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Old Dec 5, 2012, 07:54 AM   #1
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I am new to the Apple computer. I have a wireless printer and was wanting to
use the printer but I dont know how to do it with this computer.
As you know the Macbook air doesnt have a CD drive could use some advise on how to do this. My other computer is gonna crash soon.

Thanks,

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Look for drivers on the support page of the driver, probably found via entering "(exact printer model) mac drivers download" into a www search engine, where "(exact printer model)" gets replaced with the exact printer model, like "epson 3927PN" or so. You should do it without the quotes ("") though.
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Old Dec 5, 2012, 12:48 PM   #3
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I am new to the Apple computer. I have a wireless printer and was wanting to
use the printer but I dont know how to do it with this computer.
As you know the Macbook air doesnt have a CD drive could use some advise on how to do this. My other computer is gonna crash soon.

Thanks,

Ray
Just connect the printer then go to System Preferences and in the Print & Scan pane click the plus sign at the lower left... then pick your printer and the drivers will normally install by themselves.

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