2) Breaking the Silence › Testimonies
3) Ch. 4 - Regions
I am trying to print something, and I keep getting an error that tells me my printer needs troubleshooting. I tried to troubleshoot and it says Driver is Unavailable. Can you help me figure out what to do to get my printer working? Thanks!
I understand you have a Photosmart C4780 and run Windows 8, and are seeing an error message telling you the printer needs troubleshooting. I will certainly help you out, and would like to start off with these few steps down below. Please reply back to me with the outcome and we will go from there!
Press the Power button to turn on the product.
With the product turned on, disconnect the power cord from the rear of the product.
Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
Wait at least 15 seconds.
Plug the power cord back into the wall outlet.
Reconnect the power cord to the rear of the product.
If the product does not turn on by itself, press the Power button to turn it on.
3. From your PC, run the Print and Scan Doctor, and select "Fix Printing". This diagnostic tool will check for any conflicts that could be causing the issue. The tool will show you a report at the end. If there was a problem that the tool could not fix, you will notice it in the results. Please send me these results.
Map of the 13 Colonies The Three Regions of the 13 Colonies
The toonie , formally the Canadian two-dollar coin , was introduced on February 19, 1996 by Public Works minister Diane Marleau . As of 2018 [update] , it possesses the highest monetary value of any currently circulating Canadian coin. The toonie is a bi-metallic coin which on the reverse side bears an image of a polar bear by artist Brent Townsend . The obverse , like all other current Canadian circulation coins, has a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II . It has the words "ELIZABETH II / D.G. REGINA " in a different typeface from any other Canadian coin; it is also the only coin to consistently bear its issue date on the obverse.
The coin is manufactured using a patented distinctive bimetallic coin-locking mechanism.  The coins are estimated to last 20 years. The discontinued two-dollar bill was less expensive to manufacture, but lasted only one year on average. 
"Toonie" is a portmanteau word combining the number "two" with the name of the loonie , Canada's one-dollar coin. It is occasionally spelled "twonie" or "twoonie", but Canadian newspapers and the Royal Canadian Mint use the "toonie" spelling.
When the coin was introduced, a number of nicknames were suggested. Some of the early ones included the "bearie" (analogous to the loonie and its loon ), the "bearly", the "deuce", the "doubloonie" (a play on "double loonie" and the former Spanish doubloon coin), and the "moonie" (because it depicted "the Queen with a bear behind"). Tags: onies,