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I just left the pc-world to become a mac-user.I ran into problems when trying to get my dell photo AIO 962 printer to communicate with my MacBook Pro. The mac doesn´t indentify it and Dell doesn´t have driver software for Mac. Someone familiar with this problem and succeeded in solving it? I´m satisfied with this printer so I don´t want to buy a new one.
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Dell printers are made by Lexmark so it may be possible to find a Lexmark driver for OS X that will work for that particular printer model. You'll have to do the searching and experimenting though. If you can't find a compatible driver, you'll have no other choice but to buy a new printer - that is if you want to print.

Another way to get your printer working is to install Windows on your MBP either using Boot Camp or VM software.
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