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Printer causes boot failure


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vinny_the_hack

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I don't have access to another computer. What could the printer possibly be doing if it is powered off? I would suspect a bug in the OS. Nothing short of a physical breakdown should cause the OS to crash or freeze. I just don't know how to circumvent this problem or how to pursue it with MickeySoft.
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You said it, buddy... physical hardware fault. I'm thinking your USB interface on the printer is fried.
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Sounds logical. Is there anything I can do about it? I can't spend much money. I don't use the printer that much, but it's an all-in-one that is pretty handy.
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Warranty repair? Other interfaces, such as a parallel port?
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Thanks for your help.
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