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Hello I have a HP Deskjet 9680 on a Mac Pro Leopard operating system but the Rip software does not work, when loading the software it asks for OS9 is there an up date for this? Ashley Jones

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  • y-c-m Sep 03, 2008

    Hello! I have the same problem. The driver for the 9680 does not run. I've been looking for a solution in the HP's web site but it only explains that Leopard has the driver. The HP support couldn't give a solution and Apple with Apple Care said that is not a problem of my mac; it's a problem of HP.


  • y-c-m May 11, 2010

    The solution posted here is not valid. If you click the link you will see only an indication that you shoud install the drivers provided with MacOS Leopard.

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Hello Chirs F. I've already check this option but it does'nt run. I have installed all the complements of HP for Leopard and the options of the 9680 are not available. It runs as a 9600 printer.

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