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Pros: Worked for a while. Now prints with gaps in every other or third line. This sits at my 87 year old mother's computer - so it is not getting overly used.
Cons: Print heads need cleaning. Supposed to be pretty straight forward. However the machine is stuck in a print alignment loop. Everytime you turn it on or try to print it prints another alignment page. Alignment page is so bad that the scanner does not even see it - so it starts all over again.
Followed HP directions to clean heads - still does the same thing.
Followed HP instructions to clean heads manually - still does the same thing.
HP instructions - turn off printer remove cartridges and wait 2 hours. Then I plug it back in and see the same thing again and again. 2 hours wasted. My suggested instructions: unplug and drop in nearest dumpster.
Other Thoughts: Why does HP force the alignment process? It uses a lot of ink and never occurs at a convenient time. Why doesn't HP provide a way to turn it off? HP continues to place icons for bloatware all over the desktop. HP continues to force you to use up ink (alignment and cleaning) and then recommends you only buy their ink . It is not cheap. You can call HP support if you have two more hours of your life to spare - then talk with some guy in India with a thick accent who calls himself "Elvis" while he walks you through all the things you already tried.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS M5A78L-M LX PLUS AM3+ AMD 760G + SB710 Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: It comes in a nice box.
Cons: Just forget about getting this board. As reported by others wonky video issues on two out of two of these that I purchased. I don't even want to return them to ASUS as I never want to see another one of these boards again. I suggest you avoid any of the LX models.
Other Thoughts: Try the other ASUS models - normally very few problems with them. I only use ASUS MB in my builds this is the first series I had issues with.READ FULL REVIEW