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yes .hp 1410 all in one printer is compatible with mac operating system.but its not compatible with all the mac versions.top some of the mac versions its compatible and to some version of mac its not compatible.now you will have to check that.please click on the above link directly and check out the mac versions to which hp 1410 printer is compatible.
if your mac version is mentioned in the list then yes it will work.but if your mac operating system is not mentioned then it will not work.
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The MAC address is burned in the Ethernet card chip, you won't see it in the Bios or if you do you can't change it. MAC address changer are tweaks to not being tracked.
The solution to know if the card is blown is to do a complete reinstall of your operating system and if then you can't connect whit it, it is indeed dead. Then Disable it in the Bios and had a PCI one to replace it.
Those kind of problem whit network cards happens a lot when you get a power outage, if you had one in the last couple of days your problem is most likely it.
Well, yes, if you have an AGP PowerMac G4 then any AGP video card will FIT into that AGP port.... The question is to know if that card is Mac Compatible ?
Where did you get the card ? Did you get it our of another mac ?
or from someone who got it out of a Mac, then yes, it should be compatible with any Mac with a AGP port.
go to www.lexmark.com click on drivers and downloads then click on OS compatibility lists.
Click on MAC OS X and then click on home or small office/home office. This will take you to a complete list of compatible drivers for the MAC OS X for all of lexmarks printers. If it does not appear then there are no MAC OS drivers. Which I looked at for you and they do not have any. But you will see a list for the printers that they do have them for.