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This review is from: LD © Brother Compatible LC51Bk Black Ink cartridge. (LC51 Series)
Pros: Inexpensive but fully compatible ink for my Brother printer. Tested and works great. Fast shipping.
Bought black, yellow, cyan, magenta inks so consider this review a thumbs up for all colors.
Cons: None that I can think of.
Other Thoughts: Some Brother printers are known to eat up ink even when you rarely print in color (mostly due to automatic, periodic cleaning) and thus you wind up spending a lot.
LD's inks are priced just right, allowing one to buy multiple cartridges for heavy printing without breaking the bank.
Cons: High-density may be a problem
Other Thoughts: Replaced two existing with four of these on HP Pavilion a6110n. Issues with initial startup of computer, mostly freezing at HP logo. Once it does startup Windows Vista has no problem.
Original DIMMs were low-density, these are high-density. Not sure if that's a problem with somewhat modern machines (unlike older legacy machines where I've made this mistake).
My fault for trying to save a few dollars instead of getting exactly what the Crucial website offers in its memory configurator.
Pros: Testing in a Dell OptiPlex GX260 SFF (PSU may or may not be able to handle, we'll see). Marked improvement in OpenIndiana (Solaris) with Gnome over previous FX5200. Still testing in WinXP.
Got the open box so I saved a little.
Cons: Device ID (0229) under Windows is wrong. No drivers will install via setup/installer.
Display drivers can be manually installed, however.
Other Thoughts: Drivers on CD (169 & 195 I believe), 258 from Jaton, 266 and 270 beta from Nvidia would not work due to wrong device ID. Under Solaris the ID is correct (0221).
Had to edit nv4_disp.inf first in Windows XP.
Things seem to work but NV control panel will show "NVIDIA (Unknown)" and display properties' adapter tab shows chip ID as NVxx. Should be NV44 or NV44A far as I know.