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October 30, 2006

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MacDiligence90815

Just wanted to say thanks for your this post regarding the Mac OSX and HP AIO C6180 issues - your post was very informative, while it communicated the problems and resolutions in a very easy to understand and fairly concise manner. Isn't that what most people find to be the most refreshing when dealing with technical issues?

Again, thank you for taking the time to post this, it is a cheritable mind that thinks this way and the world doesn't have enough people like this (yet).

Much appreciation,
MacDiligence90815

sue hamm

I can get my printer to turn on,,,,,it was working perfectly...I turned it off then made sure everything was plugged in and tried once again to turn it on....it simply does not turn on....Do you think Lightening is the problem....we have had a lot lately....thank yuo

SALLY

I have had my HP Photosmart C6180 for a couple of years and it has been wonderful. It has now dropped out from my computer and I can't find the disk to reinstall it. Is there some way I can download this. I have looked on the HP website, but it appears to be obsolete.

ocracokewaves

Sally,

I went on the HP Website and found the driver.

Try this link and see if it works.

http://tinyurl.com/5cglbs

jay

It's true that they make good product at HP but it's always an ordeal to install it ...

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