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OS 10.5 - Leopard 10.5.2 & HP


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I upgraded to 10.5.1 from Tiger & installed new drivers for my HP 3180 printer/scanner because it wasn't working. It printed after the update, but I never tried to scan. I have now updated to 10.5.2. I can't get the HP program to recognize the scan option or Photoshop to recognize the scanner.

Any Suggestions.
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Try installing the update again. I have the same printer, and its working fine for me under 10.5.2

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HP brought out a Leopard update last month and the link is listed below. As Stretch says uninstall what you have now, using uninstall on the original CD. and install new software. Here is the link:-

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/s...146331&lang=en
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Thanks Stretch & harryb2448

I'm back in business... Again

There's nothing like updating a system with no glitches into one that has glitches.
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