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There may be a blockage. My washing machine had done this before. If your washing machine has the rubber outline around the drum I suggest running a finger around to make sure there isn't anything preventing it. Otherwise I would suggest phoning the store you purchased it from and asking if it is still warranted
Hello...This tv sold for about $535 retail back in 2008...It was considered a great set with good consumer reviews...but you must consider that the set is 4 years old and depreciated in value...also HD tvs...much like computers have become better and more affordable...Myself...I wouldn't pay over $200 or less because I'm sure there is no warranty and if I pay over $200 for a 32 inch tv.....It will be new....If the seller won't sell for under $200...shop around....I would start at $150.00....I hope this was helpful...let me know what happens....PEACE.......PS...b4 you make an offer...see how much the seller is asking......Cool!!!
The Quantum LE is one of the first computerized sewing machines that came on the market...I purchased mine in 1992-93, and have been using it ever since, with very little trouble. It is not an embroidery/quilting machine the likes you see of now...It does have numerous stitches, alphabet/numbers...but they are by no means fancy. It is a standard use machine.Do you mind if I inquire how much they are asking, and where it is you located the machine?
The limited information that you have given is very difficult to diagnose a problem with, if you are looking for a solution the more information you supply will give a better opportunity for a diagnosis or possibly a solution to your problem so if you give us more information we can try to give you a better informed solution.
However if your machine does not have any pre-installed software you will have to purchase a operating system for starters. If it has an operating system ie. Microsoft XP or Linux or Windows seven but no applications then you will have to purchase and install these.
If you do not have an operating system I suggest you try asking a friend to download ubuntu and try that it is free
Hi, Go into bios and make sure onboard audio is enabled. Then completely remove the old driver and try to install the new one. If you still can't, make sure that the driver is the one that goes with the machine. If everything fails then just purchase a new sound card. They are pretty cheap. Good Luck..Hank
2: Open the front or top control panel Make sure not to force the door open.
3:Locate the ink cartridge. Gently pull the cartridge out. Set the cartridge aside.
4:Take the new cartridge out of the package and reserve the packaging. Remove the protective covers over the copper connectors.
5:Insert the new cartridge into the fax machine with the brand label toward you. Now place the old cartridge into the plastic wrapping and box that you reserved from the new cartridge. Recycle the old cartridge or dispose of it in the garbage.
6:Close the fax machine's access panel. Turn the fax machine's power back on.
1:Touching the copper connectors on the ink cartridge could damage the cartridge.
2:Make sure that you purchase the correct cartridge for your fax machine. Purchasing the wrong one could damage the cartridge or your fax machine.
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If you do not have the OEM disk, go to HP and put in the model number. When you get to the page, select "support".
You will be offered an opportunity to download software for your computer. Since it is an older machine, and "if" you have "Vista" you might NOT be able to get it to work..HP does not support older equipment with newer computer operating systems. If that is case - try selling it on Ebay and buy one that is compatible with your computer.
If it is compatible, when you download the drivers, make sure you download the whole file - not just the drivers. Download the operating instructions and follow them for installation, and operations.
I have done this several times and it works every time.