I have a printer hardware problem on an HP All-In-One. The rollers aren’t picking up the paper (getting an out of paper error) and the leading edge of the paper is tearing a bit when it does print. I tried to clean the rollers. The scanner also has intermittent hanging issues are well. Tried to reinstall the software, to no avail. Printer is still covered in the extended warranty, so I took it back to Best Buy. The Geek said that the reason the scanner isn’t working is that I am running Bootcamp. He said that the drivers in Bootcamp won’t support wireless. Bootcamp has fouled everything. I told him that Windows runs natively in Bootcamp on a Mac, but he told me that there are hardware conflicts. I asked him what he thought was a conflict – he said everything: the motherboard, the processor, everything on a Mac is not meant to run Windows. I told him that it had worked fine for me for almost 2 years, but he was NOT convinced. So, before I go back there and make a fool of myself, I need to know. Are there incompatible drivers in Boot Camp? I think that if Windows is running natively on its own partition, it would be a Windows' driver problem, right? Are there any known hardware conflicts when running Windows in Bootcamp? I haven’t had any issues with my setup. I just have an HP problem. Oh, and by the way, I asked what exactly do they do when they optimize a Mac for $39.99. He said that he hadn’t exactly done one, but they start up the computer, remove items that might be slowing it down, set up security and other things to make it better. For $40? What a joke! I wouldn’t let that idiot touch my MBP.