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What kind of computer peripheral problems annoy you the most?
  • Printer out of paper
  • Printer paper jams (real ones)
  • Printer paper jams (fake ones, no paper is actually stuck)
  • Printer insists on different paper format (e.g. "load letter")
  • Printer prints gibberish
  • Printer prints blank pages
  • Printer output wraps/doesn't match the preview
  • Printer prints special characters incorrectly
  • Printer says it's out of ink or toner but isn't
  • Printer actually out of ink or toner
  • Printer actually out of ink or toner that can no longer be obtained
  • Printer just sitting there, online but still doesn't print
  • Printer needs replacement part that costs more than a new printer
  • Printer needs replacement part that can no longer be obtained
  • Printer driver doesn't exist for my OS/version
  • Printer driver exists but refuses to install
  • Printer driver exists but constantly crashes
  • Printer driver exists but randomly crashes
  • Other, I have different printer problems
  • None, I no longer own/try to use a printer
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