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Hi, i would like to connect a toshiba pa3064u-1pcc to my macintosh G3 laptop, it seems that it does not work. is there a solution?

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You have to turn on sharing on both computers first, assuming the Toshiba allows it. Your Mac does. Then you can connect it using ethernet or USB. Unless they are both connected to a network, sharing is the only way to go or if it will even work.

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