Well Clovis thanks for the tip.. I used that before but what i get is 'Ready.' message even after i printed something. In my Canon manuals, it asks me to type:
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But then, i got a window saying Ready. After i printed something, still it gives me a status Ready. in that window.
Turboprint works great anyway, but it can only be used during the trial period. After the trial period every pages printed with Turboprint will have Turboprint logo on it, thats what some people says although i'm not sure about that since i haven't reach the expiry date yet. Any tweaks like trial resetter or something is really much appreciated even though i don't think its nice to do that.
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