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I have a fil printer that needs to be run off of windows 98.  I had to rebuild the windows 98 machine.  The software for the printer is asking me for mirimar appletak.  Do you know where I can find this?
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The website says "Miramar Systems, Inc. was aquired by Computer Associates in 2004."  You will probably have to find an old copy somewhere, it does not appear to be currently supported.
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What is the printer?
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Its a DPX Genesis
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If you follow the trail to find PC MACLAN by Miramar Systems, you will end up at Network Magic from Computer Associates.  I personally think Network Magic is junk.  Every time I've encountered it, I've had to remove it to make things work.

Ripmate and DPX Genesis are still supported (?) and I found these documents that you might want to look at should you need to change what you're doing.

http://www.mitsubishiimaging.com/support/downloads/RipMate.pdf
http://www.mitsubishiimaging.com/support/downloads/DPX%20Family%20Specs.pdf
http://www.mitsubishiimaging.com/support/Downloads/XP%20Printing%20without%20Appletalk.pdf
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