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by Kellemora
28 Sep 2018, 15:02
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

I ordered another HP MPF M477 printer, only this time I bought the fnw model which does not have duplexing. I've never used duplexing anyhow. It was also 150 buck cheaper and is the same machine. Talked to an agent who has around 14 of that model printer in his offices. He loves them and has never h...
by Kellemora
28 Sep 2018, 14:32
Forum: Chats
Topic: Wired's Picture of the Week
Replies: 22
Views: 182

Re: Wired's Picture of the Week

The Dierbergs on Olive, east of 270, used to keep rye and pumpernickel flour in stock all the time, along with a few others I don't know what they were for. The Dierbergs west of 270 at Ross Road had Rye flour, but not pumpernickel. Go out further to 141 and they had neither. I guess it depends upon...
by Kellemora
27 Sep 2018, 13:25
Forum: Chats
Topic: Wired's Picture of the Week
Replies: 22
Views: 182

Re: Wired's Picture of the Week

I wish the soda water companies would look back at how they got started and quit coming up with all these designer soda that fail, and as a result they discontinue lines of product where there is no competition. Diet RC was the only company who made a cola without Aspartame or ACE K. They discontinu...
by Kellemora
27 Sep 2018, 13:14
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

I still have an older computer here that uses IDE drives. I have a power plug and connector fed to the outside of the case so I can shut down, plug in one of the IDE drives then boot the computer back up to access the data stored on the drives. I did have a couple of IDE to USB adapters with power s...
by Kellemora
27 Sep 2018, 12:45
Forum: Chats
Topic: Wired's Picture of the Week
Replies: 22
Views: 182

Re: Wired's Picture of the Week

Agreed Yogi! I've seen a lot of start-up companies excel and grow for short periods of time. Then they grow a little too much and things begin to change. Quality goes down, and prices go up to cover the greater losses they experience when they lose control of the operation of the company. Or the oth...
by Kellemora
26 Sep 2018, 16:03
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

Before I forget to ask. Have you ever had a problem with the LAN cable dropping out, due to humidity messing up the plug-in connection? Every once in a while, I think the Internet is down because I get that warning, No Internet. I now check another computer to see if it really is down, and if not, I...
by Kellemora
26 Sep 2018, 15:42
Forum: Chats
Topic: Wired's Picture of the Week
Replies: 22
Views: 182

Re: Wired's Picture of the Week

Everything you mentioned above is why I hated all of my jobs except for the short time I was in a writing team at Hachette Publishing. We all did work together as a close knit team, and even what the ad departments had us include was doable without much hassle. I worked part-time for Watling Ladder ...
by Kellemora
25 Sep 2018, 12:00
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

The Silver Yogi has a WiFi card installed and working, it has two antennae that stick out the back and are turned upward. This is how you sent it to me. The WiFi signals I do pick up are from my garage office, no metal up here. And we did try a repeater up in my attic, just behind the louvered vent ...
by Kellemora
25 Sep 2018, 11:33
Forum: Chats
Topic: Wired's Picture of the Week
Replies: 22
Views: 182

Re: Wired's Picture of the Week

You got that right Yogi! And sometimes it is not the engineers who design things, the advertising department comes up with something they design, then give that design to the engineers to make construction plans. Then when it didn't work, they called me to make their bass ackwards designs work. At l...
by Kellemora
24 Sep 2018, 11:41
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

I only have one Router now, it has 8 ports plus WiFi. Prior to buying it, I had two Routers, an 8 port, and a separate one for WiFi which plugged into the 8 port router. The WiFi was only used for Debi's things in the house, like her Kindle, and Netbook, plus my Laptop I rarely if ever used. But mai...
by Kellemora
24 Sep 2018, 11:22
Forum: Chats
Topic: Uh Oooooh
Replies: 2
Views: 24

Re: Uh Oooooh

Although I'm at my computer all day and part of the night, almost none of those apply to me.
Only 1, 2, and 4.
by Kellemora
24 Sep 2018, 11:19
Forum: Chats
Topic: Wired's Picture of the Week
Replies: 22
Views: 182

Re: Wired's Picture of the Week

Something similar happened in the designs for the connecting highways to cross the Poplar Street Bridge. In another set of specs for the drawings they had two highways criss-crossing each other at the same elevation. They never really fixed this problem, just added a curve in each and had them come ...
by Kellemora
23 Sep 2018, 10:46
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

I've seen comments about Bluetooth connectivity and a few other things I have no idea what that means they do. It's almost impossible to find a stand-alone flat bed scanner that works good on Linux, which is why I opted for the all-in-one printer that saves scans to the USB stick. If I had a Windows...
by Kellemora
23 Sep 2018, 10:34
Forum: Chats
Topic: Wired's Picture of the Week
Replies: 22
Views: 182

Re: Wired's Picture of the Week

When I worked in Highways and Planning at Sverdrup & Parcel, you wouldn't believe the number of serious mistakes made by the engineers that us lowly draftsman caught. One of them was so bad, it reminded us of the cartoon of the train tracks || || || .|| .|| .|| If that comes out the way intended. Hm...
by Kellemora
22 Sep 2018, 12:37
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

On this HP printer, it doesn't even need connected to a computer to scan. It will scan right to a USB stick plugged into its front socket. Or scan and print out a copy. It will scan and FAX also, if I plugged a phone line into it. I've been reading up on the Konica/Minolta all-in-ones to see if they...
by Kellemora
22 Sep 2018, 12:31
Forum: Chats
Topic: Wired's Picture of the Week
Replies: 22
Views: 182

Re: Wired's Picture of the Week

Almost looks like the Poplar Street Bridge project I worked on, hi hi.
by Kellemora
21 Sep 2018, 11:06
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

Many eons ago, I used to do chip level repair on gaming machines. At that time I was able to figure out a lot of the problems, and had a direct line to Williams/Bally and several others. They were always ready to help fix whatever ailed one of the machines, and in some cases, asked me how I fixed a ...
by Kellemora
19 Sep 2018, 11:16
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

On-line or off, the appearance of a product goes a long way toward a customer selecting your product over some other brand, although my particular product has no competition in the same category, but devices that take place of needing my product. I would say about 90% of the sale of my product is th...
by Kellemora
18 Sep 2018, 17:59
Forum: Computers
Topic: HP printer back to its original problem.
Replies: 29
Views: 404

Re: HP printer back to its original problem.

Wish I could afford the printer I really want, but at my age, and with my only product sales down to near zilch, it is definitely not cost effective or feasible anymore. Don't know if you remember the Dye-Sub printers or not. They still make them. The model I bought was designed for placing photogra...
by Kellemora
18 Sep 2018, 17:33
Forum: Chats
Topic: Rock And Roll
Replies: 77
Views: 471

Re: Rock And Roll

Every external part that appears whitish are soapstone panels, and the entire inside is layers of soapstone.
Excellent heat output for what little wood they used.
They are too heavy for even two people to lift, unless they are musclebound weight lifters, hi hi.