Need Win7 drivers for HP932 printer?


K

KG

My installation or Windows 7 Home Premium will not support our full featured HP 932 printer, it has
all the extras. Is there any way it locate signed Windows 7 drivers that will support the full
features?
*****************
Thank You (e-mail address removed)


To reply to this email please remove the AT
after the kgs in the reply to address as shown above.

"Never argue with the ignorant.
They can't tell when you've won."
 
Ad

Advertisements

J

John B. Slocomb

My installation or Windows 7 Home Premium will not support our full featured HP 932 printer, it has
all the extras. Is there any way it locate signed Windows 7 drivers that will support the full
features?
*****************
Thank You (e-mail address removed)


To reply to this email please remove the AT
after the kgs in the reply to address as shown above.

"Never argue with the ignorant.
They can't tell when you've won."
H.P. offers drivers for the HP 932. See
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=61236&

John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 
B

Bruce Hagen

KG said:
My installation or Windows 7 Home Premium will not support our full
featured HP 932 printer, it has
all the extras. Is there any way it locate signed Windows 7 drivers
that will support the full
features?
*****************
Thank You (e-mail address removed)


To reply to this email please remove the AT
after the kgs in the reply to address as shown above.

"Never argue with the ignorant.
They can't tell when you've won."

This printer?
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=61236&
 
J

John B. Slocomb

MS and HP want you to buy a new printer. Do yourself a favor and use
Ubuntu. It's free and has no problems with HP printers. All you need to
do is connect the printer to your computer and Ubuntu will automagically
install the drivers. Check it out at http://www.ubuntu.com/

What utter drivel. As I had previously noted Ubuntu doesn't have a
clue when it comes to the more modern Canon printers. alias' response
was that "he didn't use canon". Now he implies Ubuntu, which he
previously admitted wouldn't "connect" to any printer, will connect.

As some wise man said, "the problem with lying is that you need such a
good memory to remember what lies you have told, to avoid being though
a fool".

Ah, Foolish Alias....

John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 
J

John B. Slocomb

Wrong. Canon has decided not to supply the drives. That is Canon's
fault, not Ubuntu.
Are you saying that Ubuntu, a Linux company and devotee of the
open-source philosophy is now willing to including preparatory Canon
driver code? sort of a rat leaving a sinking ship sort of philosophy,
wouldn't you say? And Canon turned them down, wouldn't giver them the
proprietary code either?

That really says something about what Canon thinks of the future of
Ubuntu, doesn't it. that one of the larger printer manufacturers
doesn't want to be associated with this fast moving, dynamic, software
house.


John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 
D

Death

Alias said:
Grasping straws again, eh? It's still Canon's fault, no matter how you
try to spin it to bolster your ill informed opinion about Ubuntu.
Alias' philosophy...everything should be free except for what little I
do
 
D

Death

Alias said:
So, does this mean you want to pay for the air you breath or you'll get
a complex that people might think you're Open Source? How about sex? Do
you pay for that, whether you do it all by yourself or with others?
Software is not air.

Everyone pays for sex... be it cash, dinner and a movie, or a lifetime
commitment to a non-relative.

I don't think you can have sex by yourself, I'll have to leave that to
your expert opinion.
 
D

Death

Alias said:
I guess unless you were there, you wouldn't understand the sixties. A shame.
I was alive in the '60's.
Just too young.

Seems having unwanted children became real popular during that time.
I think having taxpayers foot the bill for those kids kicked in during
that time,too.

A shame.
 
D

Death

Death said:
I was alive in the '60's.
Just too young.

Seems having unwanted children became real popular during that time.
I think having taxpayers foot the bill for those kids kicked in during
that time,too.
Probably should change that to "unexpected children".
They became quite wanted after taxpayers started feeding,clothing, and
housing them.
 
D

Death

Alias said:
Never heard of birth control pills? They were one of the reasons for the
sexual revolution.


Grasping straws in a feeble attempt to cover up your jealously again, eh?
I have a son...he's 23, and already buying a house(construction should
be complete next month).
What exactly do you think I'm jealous of?
Having sex with strange, drug-laced women?
LOL...yeah, I'm sooo jealous.

Seems birth defects, autism, crap like that is that eras legacy.
 
Ad

Advertisements

J

John B. Slocomb

Grasping straws again, eh? It's still Canon's fault, no matter how you
try to spin it to bolster your ill informed opinion about Ubuntu.

How can it be Canon's fault?

Ubuntu goes crawling to Canon. "Please, please let us have your
preparatory drivers to include with Ubuntu to make us look better",
and Canon says "No, boy. those are our drivers, we developed them, and
if you want them you need to either buy a printer or pay us."

All your cheap ass Ubuntu had to do is duke Canon a few bucks and buy
a license but they are too stingy.

John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 
J

John B. Slocomb

So, does this mean you want to pay for the air you breath or you'll get
a complex that people might think you're Open Source? How about sex? Do
you pay for that, whether you do it all by yourself or with others?

I think that you are going to have a bit of a problem justifying "Open
source" as freeware. And, please note there is a difference between
the idea of "open source" and your "free Software", and kindly don't
prevaricate and say that you never mentioned "free software".

If, for example, Fedora 9 had been developed by an individual company
the costs would have been in the region of 10.8 billion dollars (using
the COCOMO man-month estimation model.). Do you seriously believe that
a company is going to spend 10.8 billion dollars of their
shareholder's money and then give the software away?

Just as you told the story about the Windows Directory being the
Windows kernel, you now use the cliche "open-source" and still don't
know what you are talking about.

John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 
J

John B. Slocomb

We were talking about paying vs. free, not software but nice try. You
wrote, and I quote, "Alias' philosophy...everything should be free
except for what little I do". "Everything" includes a few more things
than just software.

You were the bloke who said that software will be free. Of course,
like the famous "Windows Directory Kernel" that you also talked about
it is so much hot air, but you said it. we just repeated it.

John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 
K

KG

My installation or Windows 7 Home Premium will not support our full featured HP 932 printer, it has
all the extras. Is there any way it locate signed Windows 7 drivers that will support the full
features?
*****************
Thank You (e-mail address removed)
The problem being the HP window 7 drivers only support the basic 932 printer not the full function
932.
*****************
Thank You (e-mail address removed)


To reply to this email please remove the AT
after the kgs in the reply to address as shown above.

"Never argue with the ignorant.
They can't tell when you've won."
 
B

Bob I

The problem being the HP window 7 drivers only support the basic 932 printer not the full function
932.
*****************
Thank You (e-mail address removed)
The User Manual copyright is October 1999. That predates Windows 2000. I
suspect that you aren't going to get much more support.
 
J

John B. Slocomb

Much immaterial stuff snipped
Well, we certainly are aware that you've learned a new word, but you
seem a bit inapt at applying it. But keep striving and ultimately you
will learn.

Which has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that there is nothing
in the world that you have done that would invoke any feeling of
gratitude from anyone here.

John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 
J

John B. Slocomb

I didn't say that. Can you prove I did? Didn't think so.


I talked about the Windows kernel and the Windows registry. You're
making things up again.


No, you made it up.

Alias you are a liar and below is the message where you exhibited your
ignorance about computers by stating that MS called the kernel a
registry:

Path:
news.albasani.net!feeder.eternal-september.org!eternal-september.org!.POSTED!not-for-mail
From: Alias <aka@maskedandanymous.com.invalido>
Newsgroups: alt.windows7.general
Subject: Re: Windows more secure - Hacker states
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 17:28:59 +0200
Organization: A noiseless patient Spider
Lines: 50
Message-ID: <hqkh7t$f5c$1@news.eternal-september.org>
References:
<4bcc84f7$1@news.x-privat.org><833i76Fhp0U38@mid.individual.net>
<4bccb96f$1@news.x-privat.org><8340kdFhp0U41@mid.individual.net>
<4bccd3c3$1@news.x-privat.org><8344imFhp0U43@mid.individual.net><m2ops59leam3g6s8lu9mjslqf0fhsh578r@4ax.com>
<8349pqFhp0U45@mid.individual.net> <4bcdc2b0$1@news.x-privat.org>
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8; format=flowed
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
Injection-Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 15:29:01 +0000 (UTC)
Injection-Info: feeder.eternal-september.org;
posting-host="DdN3xFErTDWgbhDnDCkq5Q";
logging-data="15532";
mail-complaints-to="(e-mail address removed)";
posting-account="U2FsdGVkX1/RpLT7cJ8YtNFrRFgGYlEW"
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US;
rv:1.9.1.9) Gecko/20100317 SeaMonkey/2.0.4
In-Reply-To: <4bcdc2b0$1@news.x-privat.org>
Cancel-Lock: sha1:eXyyxv00ZdZuihbNchrFvQshTy8=
Xref: news.albasani.net alt.windows7.general:11734

Bill said:
Wow. Sounds like you have a lot of work to do just to get those INFERIOR
distros working. So one is better for certain "architectures"? What does
that mean? They are not compatible with the hardware? Sounds like it. If
you need to run a few different OS! With Windows, all you need to do is
install it, the updates will run and load your apps. Simple.

Now go spend another 10 hours looking up what needs to be fixed on each
distro, look into drivers and see if you can find them and then go spend
some time watching the spinning cube. LOL!
Lies:

No need to use a command line.

The cube does not spin by itself.

Drivers are not a problem in Ubuntu like they are in Windows 7

******************** stared for emphasis

The architecture is the structure where to access the root kernel, you
need to key in your password or it ain't going there. In Windows, most
programs are intertwined with the registry (MS' stupid name for a
kernel) and are therefore more vulnerable.

--
Alias

************************************

John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 
J

John B. Slocomb

Note: this lame boy is acting like he was at the meeting, if there even
was one, between Canon and Canonical. Fat chance that happened.

Of course I wasn't there. After all who would want to get that
intimately associated with Ubuntu (the Newbee's dream).

But more to the point, you are a liar. Not bad enough you can't tell
the difference between the windows Registry and the Windows Kernel,
but when challenged you lie and said "I didn't say that".

Unfortunately copies of your foolishness are available so you got
caught.

Alias you lie!

John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 
Ad

Advertisements

J

John B. Slocomb

Not what I said. Prove me wrong (you can't). What I did say is that
programs are all dependent on the registry, including the kernel which
is why Windows is so vulnerable to malware. I never mentioned the word
"directory", lame boy.

I already did, ALIAS IS A LIAR!

John B. Slocomb
(johnbslocombatgmaildotcom)
 

Ask a Question

Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?

You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.

Ask a Question

Top