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comment Lock down Windows 7?
About 20 years ago he tried his luck and left his home country hoping for a better future here. He never learned the language properly. He can talk to us, but it takes quite some effort to understand what he says. Still it's possible. He doesn't know anybody who understands him and can help him with this. We gave this computer to him for his kid because he cannot afford one. When he returns it and tells us that it doesn't work anymore, we fix it. Basically this is not different from my mother who tells me that something doesn't work, but I can instruct her better than my colleague.
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comment Lock down Windows 7?
Thanks for those screenshots! I'm going to try this, and with Teamviewer installed I can undo it if needed.
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comment How to make sure old datas could not be retrieved back?
You don't mention the OS you're using.
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comment Unable to install IE11 on Windows 7
I'm trying your suggestion, but can't find IE9 for Windows 7 x64. I downloaded a version for Vista, but that didn't install on my computer. Then I downloaded IE10, which refuses to install because there is a newer version of IE installed on my system. I guess this only works when you have not updated to IE11 yet?!
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comment Windows 7 Ultimate [64bits] - 12GB installed but 3,18GB usable
Just some suggestions to test: Remove the old RAM and then try again. If that works, put the old sticks back and try again. If that doesn't work, put the new sticks in the slots of the old ones. If that works, put the old RAM back in the other slots. It shouldn't make a difference, but as you said - you never know!
Jan
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comment Kyocera 4200DN keeps jamming in the rear cover
You can control humidity with air conditioning. So if you can put the printers in one room, with a mobile AC and humidity tester, that could be a good test. And don't forget to try suggestion 3! If you appreciate my effort, you can upvote my answer, and you should do that for anything that you can use or that is informative and helps to find an answer.
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answered Kyocera 4200DN keeps jamming in the rear cover
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comment Kyocera 4200DN keeps jamming in the rear cover
If you have a local reseller which you can visit yourself, go there and see it work. Take a laptop with you with sample invoices with your invoice paper and run them in their shop. Then show them what happens. Maybe they're right and it runs normally in their shop and not in your office, maybe they don't test properly and then you have to show them. The metal part may be the problem, but not for three printers. Then you would find more reports on this problem online. List the "various reaons" they use to explain the problem in your question, even though they might seem irrelevant to you.
Jan
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comment Kyocera 4200DN keeps jamming in the rear cover
What if you use plain white laser printer paper? Furthermore, if you send in that printer for repair, give them a stack of your invoice paper to test! How about humidity in your office? Is that too high?
Jan
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comment Kyocera 4200DN keeps jamming in the rear cover
You mention preprinted paper. What does that mean? Is it paper with a logo and contact info? Is that preprinter by a professional printer or done with a color ink jet or laser printer? What happens if you use normal white laserprinter paper? Is the paper of the right quality?
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comment Windows 7 ISO download from Digital River
Just found wsusoffline.net/docs, which downloads all updates and has an installer included. I'm going to try that!