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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by plschwartz, Dec 11, 2002.

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  1. plschwartz

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    working on an old HP 3265 for a friend. I know Dell has an active forum site. Is there a similar support forum for HP users?
    Thanks
     
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    HP had forums for different computer models up until about 2 years, but they closed them down as a cost-cutting measure.

    There's currently a HP desktop forum, but it pretty much caters to the newer computer models. I don't know if you'll get much response about a HP computer that's several years old, but if you want to give it a try, go here. Good luck!

    If you want to read what HP has posted about the HP Pavilion 3265, you can go here.


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  3. plschwartz

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    thanks flavallee
    I knew that I looked at their website for this machine several years ago when I did something else to it. Thought my memory was going bad. Don't know if I am happier that my memory is ok or mad because they deep sixed the material. How much did they save on this? I sure will think twice before I recommend HP computers. At least the printer support seems ok.
    It is kinda of an old machine. Nothing on their board
     
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