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Mac Specs: ibook g4, 14'', 1.33 Ghz, 60gig, 768ram, Mac OsX 10.4.3

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i have a canon i255 printer, somehow when i print, i can't see any options such as the quality which i want to print or the amount of ink left. can someone knows the answer?
It only happens when i use the ibook. On windows..the printer works perfectly...
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