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Hi, ust got my 24" imac today and for the life of me I can't figure out how to install my printer. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance
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have you installed the driver tha came with the printer yet? if you have then you should just be able to plug it in and print.

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What printer is it?
Most printers are "installed" by simply plugging them in... no need for bloatware installers or extra software.

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It's an Epson stylus r220. The computer sees it but when I go to print I get a message that there is no printer selected and then I can't select it. I knew that there would be a slight learning curve with this so I'm just being paitent, thanks again, Jimmy
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