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Is EquitracPrinterUtilityX needed to print?


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After Equitrac was introduced on our local network printers, the printers have become inaccessible from my PowerBook G4 running OS 10.5.7. It appears that a utility called EquitracPrinterUtilityX exists. Must this program be installed on my machine to facilitate printing? If so, is it a commercial product?
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