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Old 01-25-2006, 03:57 PM   #1
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Default Fixamac software

Wasn't quite sure where to put this but figured this is the best place...someone on one of the lists I frequent is having printer problems on his mac after upgrading to whatever is the latest OS X release and someone else mentioned Fixamac Software and said it's wonderful...here's the description off of their webpage:

>>Printer Setup Repair is designed to rectify situations where the Printer Setup Utility will not open, printers cannot be added, and numerous other errors. Although Printer Setup Repair cannot fix every printing problem, it is capable of resolving most of the common ones. Printer Setup Repair can also be used to delete unwanted printer drivers, remove the build up of spool files, recreate the /tmp symbolic link, repair OS 9 permissions, verify and repair the system users (including root), backup and restore the entire printing system.<<

There appears to be software for each mac software version...

Hope this proves helpful...

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