I’m guessing the OP has disappeared. Good. Here is my today’s rant.
Hewlett-Packard is absolutely famous for firing every American worker they can and then either:
Replacing them with foreign guest workers.
Just flat out outsourcing everything they can overseas.
For that reason I will never, ever buy a Hewlett-Packard product.
well I have one and now know better next time i need a computer..
You are buying a locally-made product and are to be commended for that.
I had an HP printer that I bought when I had a Win 98 machine. Then I got an XP machine and that was fine. Then Vista came out, and NO DRIVERS!! Just like that they dropped my model and it was a great printer.
I tried the workarounds I read about on various forums and they didn't work, so that printer has lain unused ever since.
It's not as if they weren't still making money off me because HP printer ink is expensive.
So Hewlett-Packard does not support their older models. That is very good to know.
Looks like Hewlett-Packard has ethics issues on more than one front.
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