Re: [IP] carelink usb what is it?
Has anyone had issues with printing the downloaded
Adobe pdf files for logs etc.?
I can print all documents wirelessly from my PC to my
network printer except for the "secure" adobe files
from the Carelink site. Those files I have to either
email as an attachment and open them on my Mac, which
is directly connected to the printer, or else save
them on to a flash drive and bring them for an upload
to the Mac.
The MiniMed tech support could not help me.
--- Wyldceltic1 <email @ redacted> wrote:
> I have an Intel Mac Book Pro and an Intel 24" 2.8
> I2CD iMac. My MBP is
> partitioned to half OS X and half Windows XP.
> Other than looking at the VPC for non intel macs, or
> Parallels, VMWare Fusion and straight out Boot Camp
> for Intel, that's
> just the breaks. Maybe you have a windows using
> friend and you can go
> borrow their computer for this stuff every so often?
> I had to borrow
> my BF's PC before I got my intels.
> I found though that for the pump and meter software
> Boot Camp,
> allowing you to boot directly into your windows
> partition works the
> best for the IR-USB of the hardware. Parallels and
> VMWare did not
> actually 'take' for that, but they were good for
> other windows apps.
> The thing I do not like is having the company insist
> that I go online
> to their Carelink. I want to stay to XP, Solutions,
> and Paradigm PAL,
> downloading my things for my doctor and such as long
> as I can without
> having to go online a lot in the Windows side.
> Heck, just to go get
> information about Care Link, I HAVE to run IE 7 and
> Windows. I cannot
> get the simplest questions answered from my Safari
> or Firefox browser
> in Windows or Mac OS X Leopard.
> Kinda like I heard in a chat one night by an Animas
> rep 'I wouldn't
> want to leave my BGs in the hands of "Billy's
> Bandits",' but anyway...
> Even they are windows only.....!
> On Apr 27, 2008, at 4:09 PM, Marshall wrote:
> > How can Mac users get MM to make this work on a
> > Or do I have to get a new disease that is more Mac
> > friendly!
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