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Hi,

Just got a new mini and was surprised to find out that my minolta 1350w printer wasn't compatible with it. It actually seems like many of the lower priced lasers out there don't have mac compatibilty. Why is that? Makes it tough to justify another printer purchase just so it can work with a mac.
Any help finding drivers to allow my printer to work with the mac would be greatly appreciated!

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OS X does have some generic drivers, you might be able to get it to work as a generic postscript printer. Or you might try one of the HP Laserjet drivers...you never know, it might work.

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