" OS Compatibility Windows® 2000 SP3, XP, Vista 32/64; Windows server 2003 for printing only; MAC OS (10.3-10.5), Linux "
Why would you buy such when it does not list the OS you need?
I bought an OKI MB280 scanner/laser combination printer on 1st November 2013.
I could not get the printer to function with my Windows 7 system. None of the drivers with on the included CD worked. I tried and tried to find a suitable driver on the OKI website but there was not one listed as such for Windows 7. In the end I discovered the Windows 7 driver was listed as Vista driver.
I could not get any of the supplied utility programs to work as the versions weren't compatible with W7.
Having torn my hair out for four days, I contacted OKI on the 4th November. On the 5th November, OKI apologised and said they would send everything I needed immediately. Nothing came! I contacted them again on 15th November. They apologised again and said that they would accelerate the issue to the 2nd level immediately. To date I've received nothing. I emailed them again on 21st January and received an email telling me they were out of the office until 20th January. They never came back to me.
I have the biggest and most expensive door stop which I can't use because there is no software to run it.
I can only draw attention of the kind of service that any prospective purchaser of an OKI door stop can look forward to.
I bought a similar Samsung printer/scanner and it worked within five minutes of unpacking.
Help, my PC with Windows 10 won't shut down properly
Since upgrading to Windows 10 my computer won't shut down properly. I use the menu button shutdown and the screen goes blank, but the system does not fully shut down. The only way to get it to shut down is to hold the physical power button down till it shuts down. Any suggestions?