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I have a LaserWriter 4/600 and I have a NT seerver which I want to print through but my problem is one of printer drivers, i have the following choice which one do you think will work best?

Apple Color Laserwriter 12/600
Apple Laserwriter 12/640ps
Apple Laserwriter 16/600ps
Apple Laserwriter II NT v47.0
Apple Laserwriter II NTx v47.0
Apple Laserwriter II NTx v51.8
Apple Laserwriter II NTxj v50.5
Apple Laserwriter IIf v2010.113
Apple Laserwriter IIg v2010.113
Apple Laserwriter Plus v38.0
Apple Laserwriter Plus v42.2
Apple Laserwriter Pro 600
Apple Laserwriter Pro 630
Apple Laserwriter Pro 810
Apple Laserwriter select 360
Apple Laserwriter v23.0
Apple Personal Laserwriter NTR v2010.129
Laser Writer Persoanl NT v51.8

If none of these will work do you know where I can get a driver that will work?
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12/640 or 16/600 should work. If not contact apple to get the correct driver (I think this should be the best way to solve your problem). I can also send you the PPD file. Send an email to t.informatik@magnet.at
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I'll have to try this first then i'll let you know if it works

Thanks
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