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Hi, I have OS 10.3.9 on my machine, and when I print in classic mode I always get an error that it can't print. What happens is that Apple Talk shuts off by itself. I tried deleting the preference and doing all the updates in software update, but everytime I try to print it shuts off. I always have to go to chooser and activate it again. Does anyone know how to fix this? Thank You

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