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hi, i'm really newby in this mac stuff so here is my problem:

i've got this i-mac (OSX) and i'm trying to install an epson c83 (printer) driver. I download a file from epson website (file name is "c83series.pkg.sitx"), but i don't know what to do with it!!!
if i double click on it, a message appears telling me to select an application to start the file...

please help me before i start to hate macs

thanks
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.sitx means the file has been compressed with Stuffit. It's like ZIP only better. So you need to decompress it first. To decompress it use Stuffit Expander which is probably already on your machine. If not you can get it from versiontracker.com. Once unstuffed itll produce a .pkg. Double clicking the .pkg should start the installer which will take you through the installation process.
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