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Re: Unable to print to the Xerox m15i with mac OSX
Xeror does not list a Mac driver for this unit. There is a Xerox Global print Driver, which supposedly "drives " all Xeror printers. But again I do not know if it will work on Mac's.There is a phone for this driver support @ 18773626567
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There is no driver for your printer to work with OSX. It was for Windows OS only. AND Apple does not support this particular model either.Link below list support printers by Apple OSX> http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3669
The first thing that you need to do is to verify if your Olympus P-440 is if it's supported by Mac OSX 10.6.x (Snow Leopard). If yes, make sure that you've installed the correct driver for Snow Leopard.
This link contains a driver for Mac OSX. I assume that this driver will work with all OSX (starting from Tiger to Snow Leopard). If this driver will not help, you may need to contact the manufacturer, and verify the system requirements of your printer.
You will need to purchase the Post Script Driver for that model. Sharp Copiers require a product key code to enable post script on their copiers. A sharp dealership will have to sell it to you as well as to get the product key code for the postscript driver.
He can simply plug it in to the computer (the Mac) and if it does not work immediately, then run software update. Software update should be ran WITH the printer plugged into the computer. It will then show an update called "Lexmark Printer Driver 1.1" and is about 71MB in size. After installing this update, the printer should work fine.
it's not necessary to buy a new printer, which should be good news, since a WC7346 is quite expensive material. but mac mostly uses PostScript as print protocol. so obviously, a printer without PostScript will not work on a mac. to solve your issue, you should add PS-modules to the printer, which look like old fashion printer memory modules...