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HP SCANJET 8300 PROFESSIONAL ERROR?

(HP Scanjet 8300 Professional)
error (internet explorer)
Cannot find
'http:hpdjjs.com/cgi-bin/jumpstation.py?action=cats2&version=60.0 155.0&pl=4x&lang=en&ccCA&cc_low=ca&modellD=PRODUCT_NAME=&PR
OD_SERIAL_ID=&prodOS=029&client_vp=default&lf=blue&ex1=&=&ex2=&ex3='.
Make sure the path or Internet address is correct.

I sure hope you people can help me.
I am running Windows XP Professional, Firefox browser with Zone Alarm Firewall (with No alerts)
Jack (jfrechette@ody.ca)

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From hp site
hpdjjs.com Information Page
hpdjjs.com is part of the HP Customer Participation Program. This is a research program focused on understanding how customers use HP products. hpdjjs.com is a website which helps HP gather the information that customers have consented to share with HP. This information allows HP to improve products to meet customer needs.
Participation requires Internet access and the customer's approval to transmit the usage data to HP. Data collection complies with the HP Privacy Statement. HP and its subsidiaries respect your privacy learn more Online at Online Privacy Statement
If you do not want to participate in this program you may simply decline the invitation to participate or you may remove the program by following the instructions below.
Instructions to remove the HP Customer Participation Program software
1. Open Windows Add or Remove Programs application from the Control Panel
2. Remove either "HP Extended Capabilities" or "HP Customer Participation Program"
Your participation is important to us
The information from this program helps us to design products and services to better meet your needs.
Thank you for being an HP customer.
hope this is of help
good luck
Terry

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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