Office Max printing has been shut down after a computer virus hit its computers
MAX printer is shutting down after it was infected with a computer-controlled virus.
The company says customers have been using the printers for three weeks.
It says customers are using the machines in the US and Canada for printing office documents, and it is investigating the cause of the problem.
Max has said that some customers were not getting a printer, and were instead receiving an email saying the printer was down.
It said that while the company had removed the machines from the network, the virus had not been deleted and was still present.
It is also investigating how to prevent another computer virus from spreading.
It’s not clear how many customers may have had the infection, but the company said that the number of machines that had been infected had dropped significantly.
Max says it has installed additional security measures to protect its network from new viruses.
It added that the company is looking into whether the virus has infected other businesses in the company’s supply chain.
The firm said that it had also removed a security feature that would allow customers to print documents with a password from their printers.
The move comes after a security flaw in the printer had been discovered last month, and the company blamed a faulty BIOS chip.
The flaw was later patched, but security experts said the fix could not be easily fixed.