On May 3, 8:00 am, "Ric" <Legol...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Sunhome, go to the Epson site and for the scanner, download the
> epson12180.exe file. I have the same scanner and in Vista ulitmate 64, that
> driver is running ok. I would uninstall all the other drivers, unplug the
> scanner first, then reboot, install the drivers and then plug the scannerbackin. hope this helps for you.
> "Sunhome" <Sunhome.2pz...@no-mx.forums.net> wrote in message
> > My first printer was an Epson, and that was waybackin 1981 (dot
> > matrix).
> > Many printers since that, but I'm engaged with Epson again, bot scanner
> > and printer, and I love them dearly. Has always made me happy, and
> > haven't been bitchy at all.
> > Scanner is 4870 Photo and printer is Photo 950. Great pieces of
> > hardware.
> > Now I'm running Vista 64 and have neither operational.
> > When XP was launched, I was early, and with exactly the same problem.
> > No drivers, mailing supportbackand forth, waiting and waiting,
> > but eventually there was light in the tunnel, and my epsons
> > up&running.
> > I think too many people are flaming either Microsoft or a hardware
> > company when something are not working like clockwork. We're talking
> > computers after all.
> > Remember how millions waited for XP SP2.
> > We're not running SP1 on Vista yet, but you want it, and you want it
> > now... like me. If we want to play ball, we better take thepainwithout
> > tears!
> > Mr. Sunhome from Norway
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I ran into your message quite accidentally while researching about
some details on 'Back Pain' and thought of sharing some of my
I've read at 'http://www.medical-health-care-information.com/Health-
that Chronic back pain is commonly described as deep, aching, dull or
burning pain in one area of the back or traveling down the legs.
Patients may experience numbness, tingling, burning, or a pins-and-
needles type sensation in the legs.Chronic back pain tends to last a
long time, and is not relieved by standard types of medical
management. It may result from a previous injury long since healed, or
it may have an ongoing cause, such as nerve damage or arthritis.
I hope the above is of some help to you as well. Regards, Sherrybove