1. My printer, a Canon Pixma ip4000 that I've been using for years, is not working in Windows 7 (and no drivers are available on the Canon Website). Win7 attempts to update drivers, but then I get an error message that says "Driver was not installed".
2. I have an Acomdata 80 Gb External HD with USB 2.0 connection. Worked on my old PC, but is not recognized by Win7. Acomdata's website says that there are no Win7 drivers because you should go through Win7 and use their drivers? When Win7 searches, I get a message that says the device is unrecognizable and the process was stopped becasue there was a problem identified with the hardware..funny...it worked just fine in XP.
I also have a newer 250 Gb Acomdata HD with USB 2.0 connection that works just fine.
Hypothetical Question...will Microsoft EVER get this right? Why does it seem like I always have buyers remorse that I didn't get a Mac?
Any help you guys can provide would be much appreciated.
Edited by JohnK2374, 28 December 2009 - 07:31 PM.