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IS HP5 Y2000 READY?
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This from HP's web site at:
http://www.hp.com/cposupport/printers/support_doc/bpl02816.html

ISSUE: Year 2000 Compliance issues.




SOLUTION: All HP LaserJet printer products and solutions including all the software, hardware, firmware, and the accessories for the HP LaserJet printer products do not involve date data processing and hence do not have any Year 2000 Compliance issues. HP LaserJet printer products and solutions will function with all the reliability and quality always associated with HP as the transition is made into the 21st century.
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Most inkjet printers Aren't going to be affected by the Y2000, because they do not process dates like a database or a PC would. Whatever it's sent- it prints. Unless it intercepts a code, of course.
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