The wireless printer server interacting with Windows 7 still fails to recognize the Hewlett Packard P1006 LaserJet printer due to a problem with the 64-bit W7 driver availability. At this point, maybe a few thoughts about the process of purchasing Windows 7 academic edition are warranted and should be written about extensively on a weblog or some other public commons. A recent search for the phrase, “digital river downloader freezes at 68%,” revealed a surprising number of results. Apparently, Digital River (NASDAQ: DRIV) operates as a publicly traded company that holds a contract to provide downloads for the Microsoft corporation. Given the number of probably people are having with the downloads Microsoft should provably evaluate the default option to download Windows 7 academic without receiving any operating system media from the postal service. In this case, the postal service probably would be able to hand deliver the operating system before the Digital River download completed.
In other somewhat related news, the Andy 3.0 network is now completely converted to Windows 7 soon the Andy cloud will be fully functional.
Sometimes a search for technology Maybe the Tuesday blues would be cured by a visit to Best Buy to marvel at the splendor of technology. After visiting several technology retail stores the availability of internal desktop computer SATA PCI cards seems limited. Maybe the motherboard manufacturers are providing enough SATA connections that the demand for SATA PCI cards has been diminished.