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Airport Express, Bonjour Printing Does Work With Leopard

I upgraded my three MACs to Leopard (1 Intrel CoDuo, 2 PowerPC's). The Intel Core Duo machine works and I can print wirelessly to my HP All-inOne 1500 printer but the two Power PC Macs (iMac and Powerbook) don't work.

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  • rnakatsuji Sep 05, 2008

    This is really embarassing for Apple. My Windows wireless printing to my Epson R280 hooked up to Airport Express works fine, but not from OS X 10.5.4. This is from a MacBook running Windows XP (SP-3) in Boot Camp and OS X 10.5.4. What happened to 'it just works'?

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In the setup of the Airport network settings, you have to make sure that AppleTalk is actually turned on (or the box is checked). When using Mac's with Leopard and you use both the ethernet port and airport off and on, the OS tends to deactivate AppleTalk. Its not a set thing, just random.


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