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Paul, you can download the correct driver from the Pantum website:
Let me know if that works ok for you?
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Yes, that is the correct driver.
Something else may be causing a conflict.
Can you try holding shift when you start the Mac to enter safe mode, and then try again?
Did it work?
Ok, let me check if the other techs have any idea on this one...
You can try resetting the print system
in Leopard, open the Print & Fax pane, then control-click in the Printers sidebar. you should get the option to reset.
this will remove all printers that you have setup. You would have to install them all again, so its up to you whether that would make it a larger pain than living without this printer.
Otherwise i would try using any basic laserjet driver and the ip address of the printer.
It is a monochrome laser. So i would go with one of the early laserjets. thats about as generic as you can get.
I would really recommend going to at least osx 10.6 though. They made some major changes in the op system at that point. There is not much software or hardware these days that doesnt want at least snow leopard.