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Overcoming missing AppleTalk printer connectivity in Snow Leopard

A number of people who have just updated to Snow Leopard are still running into printing problems now that Apple has dropped AppleTalk support in OS X.

By November 19, 2009

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Guide to Mac-friendly wireless routers: AppleTalk support

Guide to Mac-friendly wireless routers: AppleTalk support

By January 26, 2007

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Mac-friendly wireless routers (#2): Which units support AppleTalk devices and work well with AirPort hardware?

Mac-friendly wireless routers (#2): Which units support AppleTalk devices and work well with AirPort hardware?

By January 8, 2007

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Apple Mac OS X AppleTalk Local Denial of Service

Apple Mac OS X AppleTalk Local Denial of Service

By November 28, 2006

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Problems accessing AppleTalk over AirPort networks with Intel-based Macs (#2)

Problems accessing AppleTalk over AirPort networks with Intel-based Macs (#2)

By October 18, 2006

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Problems accessing AppleTalk over AirPort networks with Intel-based Macs

Problems accessing AppleTalk over AirPort networks with Intel-based Macs

By October 11, 2006

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MacBook Pro (#13): Whining noises -- more fixes; AppleTalk printers not showing up over AirPort; more

MacBook Pro (#13): Whining noises -- more fixes; AppleTalk printers not showing up over AirPort; more

By March 14, 2006

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Security Update 2005-007 1.1 Special Report: AppleTalk over Ethernet broken for some

Security Update 2005-007 1.1 Special Report: AppleTalk over Ethernet broken for some

By September 2, 2005

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Mac OS X 10.4: AFP access problems: AppleTalk no longer supported, workaround; more

Mac OS X 10.4: AFP access problems: AppleTalk no longer supported, workaround; more

By May 16, 2005

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Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) #9: How to get AFP working: Mac OS X 10.4 no longer supports AFP over AppleTalk, use TCP/IP instead; more

Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) #9: How to get AFP working: Mac OS X 10.4 no longer supports AFP over AppleTalk, use TCP/IP instead; more

By May 4, 2005