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garden bug
07-09-2005, 10:29 PM
MS say they won't help me with an OEM OS. I have XP Home, & Lexmark X6150 all
in one printer
Problem; First, spooler stopped working, finally got that going. Now I
can't load the driver either form my disc or the Internet. Partially loads
then quits, & says "user cancelled". Cannot add any Lexmark, tried a Z515,
same thing, Yet a Canon 300 will load and run fine.????????? Help.

Miss Perspicacia Tick
07-09-2005, 10:29 PM
garden bug wrote:
> MS say they won't help me with an OEM OS. I have XP Home, & Lexmark
> X6150 all in one printer
> Problem; First, spooler stopped working, finally got that going. Now
> I can't load the driver either form my disc or the Internet.
> Partially loads then quits, & says "user cancelled". Cannot add any
> Lexmark, tried a Z515, same thing, Yet a Canon 300 will load and run
> fine.????????? Help.

That's because it's a Lexmark. Seriously, did you do *NO* research before
deciding on an MFD? It would appear not or you'd know that Lexmark make the
worst inkjets in this, or any other, universe.

Suggest you ditch it and purchase a quality unit. For Hades's sake it costs
60 - the tanks cost 50 a set. Why on earth would you buy something where
the tanks cost almost as much as a new unit?


--
In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/

Tom
07-09-2005, 10:30 PM
Seriously, I would think about an attitude adjustment. Maybe a revolver
would do the trick. It would certainly make me feel better
"Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
news:eLake.121$C72.18@fe06.highwinds-media.phx...
> garden bug wrote:
>> MS say they won't help me with an OEM OS. I have XP Home, & Lexmark
>> X6150 all in one printer
>> Problem; First, spooler stopped working, finally got that going. Now
>> I can't load the driver either form my disc or the Internet.
>> Partially loads then quits, & says "user cancelled". Cannot add any
>> Lexmark, tried a Z515, same thing, Yet a Canon 300 will load and run
>> fine.????????? Help.
>
> That's because it's a Lexmark. Seriously, did you do *NO* research before
> deciding on an MFD? It would appear not or you'd know that Lexmark make
> the worst inkjets in this, or any other, universe.
>
> Suggest you ditch it and purchase a quality unit. For Hades's sake it
> costs 60 - the tanks cost 50 a set. Why on earth would you buy something
> where the tanks cost almost as much as a new unit?
>
>
> --
> In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/
>


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