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Will my hardware work with windows 7??


julius44

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Hello and good afternoon to u all. I currently have a windows XP SP3 machine which is over 5 years old. In about a 8 days tine, i'll be taking delivery of a brand new 64 bit windows 7 desktop pc. I have 2 specific items of hardware that I need to know will be compatible with my new windows 7 system The first is my Epson DX4400 stylus printer...link is here: http://www.trustedreviews.com/Epson-Stylus-DX4400-All-in-OnePrinterreview The 2nd is my logitech easycall usb skype link is here http://www.gadgetspeak.com/gadget/article.rhtm/754/389228/LogitechEasyCalldesktopsetSkype.html They are both of sentimental value to me....and the logitech I purchased way back in early 2008 from kikatek on sale for just £35,....some websites now sell it for over £70!!! Also the logitech keyboard works 100% flawlessly with my itunes, skype, etc..so id prefer not to have to change it. So when i get my new desktop pc....do I just have to just re-install both cds from scratch and will everything be 100% ok??? Or will i have to start looking for new drivers, etc or will I no longer be able to use both of these please???? Any links suggestions etc most appreciated, many thanks Jules

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Woolwell

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The place to start is here Windows 7 compability

click on hardware and input Epson DX4400 and it looks good Epson DX4400

the other places to look are the manufacturer's support sites.

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Woolwell

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The Logitech looks good too link text

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julius44

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may thanks, for that, the links have given me peace of mind. much appreciated.

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robinofloxley

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If your internet connection is an old modem check that. I had to get a new wireless/modem/router when I upgraded. ISP sen it free though.

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