Didn't know about taht but as a warning to others, either the 710 or the
720 has a generic fault which causes then the mangle paper in fast mode,
and its quiet an adventure getting them back to HP:/
Long live the confused,
Bother, said Pooh as he yanked the guillotine's lanyard.
On Sun, 23 Jan 2000, Keith Hyland wrote:
> >Message: 9
> >Sender: tommk at iol.ie> >Message-ID: <3889E54E.5D00DDD2 at iol.ie>
> >Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2000 17:13:50 +0000
> >From: Tomas Mac Eoin <tommk at iol.ie>
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> >To: ilug at linux.ie> >Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
> >Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
> >Subject: [ILUG] Printer and Souncard config
> >It's only me again with the newbie questions.
> >I'm having trouble installing my Deskjet 710C (I simply haven't a clue
> >how to do it, and what I have tried doesn't seem to take any effect) I
>>> as far as i know, the HP 710c is a "winprinter" which also (or maybe
> because) cannot be shared on a Windows 95 network... probably wouldnt work
> with SAMBA either.
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