I was hoping...
I was hoping it would UNINSTALL Win-10-nic and give you the option to use Win7 or Linux.
Oh well, my hopes are dashed. dammit.
After enduring roughly two weeks of complaints, HP Inc has today produced a fix for folks struggling with blank screens on their computers. A Windows 10 update, released by Microsoft on September 12, caused HP PCs to get stuck showing black displays after users attempt to log in. Machine owners reported seeing nothing but …
Updates and reboots still keeping you up?"
the predictable tedium of a whining penguinista, its like being back in the junior school playground so ruddy borinnnnnnnnggggg and the main reason I can never take Linux as a serious alternative in a business environment. Mind you, give him his due - in this case he plaudits Win7 (he must have had a pod in his greenhouse)
If "works" you mean "throws up an application error every time a user prints anything" the yes, it does work - and works "well" at that.
It turns out the fix, that HP appear to be very keen to not publicise, it to disable all "smart" features of the print driver. These are the annoying "smart" features that seem to spend more time telling a user to replace a recently replaced cartridge than doing any actual printing.
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