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Hi, Did you install the Mac driver for MFC? The MFC comes with driver for windows and Mac. Place the Mac Driver disk to DVD slot and run the installation for your MFC printer. Follow the instruction to complete the installation. When you try to print something, make sure the MFC printer is selected. If you've done all of this and still not able to print, please turn off your MFC, wait 15 seconds and turn on again to see problem solve or not. Hope this will help. Thanks for reading.
go to printers and faxes (where the printer is displayed). make sure the printer is turned on. you should see a place which indicates some thing like get pictures from scanner. click on it to scan. additionally open my computer to see if the printer scanner image is showing. you right click and select get pictures using wizard from the right click context menu.
If you need a newer version of Mac OS , you would have to purchase it. Mac OS does not update from 9.1 to 10.X
Mac 9.1 is about 10 years old.
In May 2002, at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California, Steve Jobs, accompanied by a coffin, held a mock funeral to announce that Apple had stopped development of Mac OS 9. Mac OS 9.2.2, introduced in December 2001, was the final version of Mac OS 9, and the end of the classic Mac OS. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe