Question about Kyocera Mita FS 1010 Laser Printer
How can I connect my older Kyocera Mita FS-1010 (with a parallel port) to a Macbook with Mac OS X 10.5.6 which doesn't have a parallel port, but ony 2 USB ports?
I tried with a MANHATTAN PRODUCTS Parallel to USB Cable, but apparently, that won't work with Mac OS X (Windows only, apparently). The result is, when I try to print, it says "Printer offline".
I then tried using a print server (installed the printer with Gutenprint driver), trying it via System Config, and also via CUPS, but all to no avail. All that happens when I try to print is a prompt saying "Network host is busy, trying again in XX seconds".
The printer works, I tried it with the same MANHATTAN Parallel to USB Cable on a Windows PC.
Is there any solution?
In FS1010 printer usb port avilable u can connect the printer through usb port .
please delet ur printer driver and reconfigure it . use a usb cable to connect the printer it will work.one more u can put ur printer in network
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
There is a tricky way to it with the cable you have... consult link or you can just by a printserver that connects usb to ethernet... consult compusa on best print server... or your local pc depot
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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