Hi I have just acquired a G5 Mac, which I want to print through my Windows network to a Brother HL-2040 printer. I have tried a few options, such as turning on the service "TCP/IP printing" to automatic, & I can see the printer on the Mac, however when I got to print it just spits out pages & pages of blank paper. What I *think* might solve my problem is emulating a Post Script printer , which I think can be done through Ghost Script. However, this is all incredibly new to me. I have installed Ghost Script 8.57, GS View, and Redmon. I have tried two tutorial methods to set this up. One was here: http://iharder.sourceforge.net/current/macosx/winmacprinter/ and the other here: http://www.stat.tamu.edu/~henrik/GSPSprinter/GSPSprinter.html The latter one seemed more effective - I got a sort of response when doing a test page, but it tried printing to another printer, not the one I want. I have created a .txt file called "mswinpr2" and saved it the gs folder, as per instructions on the second link above. The contents of this file are: -Ic:\gs\gs8.57\lib;c:\gs\fonts -sDEVICE=mswinpr2 -dNoCancel -dNOPAUSE -dSAFER -sPAPERSIZE=A4 I have set up the printer and to a redirected port - RPT1 In the properties box under ports>configure port I have the following information: Redirect this port to the program: C:\Program Files\gs\gs8.57\bin\gswin32c.exe Arguments for this program are: @c:\gs\mswinpr2.txt -sOutputFile="Brother HL-2040 series" - "run" is set to "hidden" & everything else is default. When I go to print a test page, the print icon pops up n the task bar for a few seconds, and if you view the active printers it says there is a job waiting, but then it just disappears. I've tried a few things and keep running into brick walls - so time to turn to trusty afterdawn! I realize that there are probably millions of variables here - but if someone sees something that doesn't look right, or has any ideas I could try, you will save me hours of frustration! Once I can get it to print a test page I should be ok to go from there... Thanks in advance! Isaac.