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Metal and rust reacting??? I wouldn't let that guy work on a skate board! If it is rust on the brake rotors causing the problem, then the rotors will probably need to be machined or replaced if it is making that much noise. They shouldn't be doing that regardless of how much rain we have - that would require a LOT of rust and it would need to be repaired! Also, are you sure it is not coming from something like a bad driveshaft U-joint or axle CV joint? If it is, it could leave you STRANDED when it comes apart. I would recommend taking it somewhere else and getting the noise properly diagnosed.
you need to go to your printer settings and make sure it is set as the default printer for everything. Make sure it is also set as your default scanner. you may also try lightening the image with the lighter/darker setting on the machine. if this continues, you may want to see if a section of the light is burnt out. this wiill cause darkness on scan & copies but not printing from the c drive. Make sure the machine is lighting up completely when is scans or copies. If part of the lighting is burnt out it will be a fix or replace situation.
The problem is the color wheel. It may have broken or motor stopped on clear. Either way the image will remain unchanged just without color. It will need to be sent in for service. Not an unusual problem for BENQ. I have had 3 that have come apart after making a loud whirring sound. Good luck getting someone with BENQ to help they are horrible when it comes to service. Buyers beware!!!
Grey as you know is different shades of black. Uncompressed TIF can store this information. Compressed TIFF is not designed for this. Compressed TIFF is for blck & white only. Try JPG option. JPG can compress Color & Grey. For pure black & white chose TIFF compression.