Question about Minolta Office Equipment & Supplies
Added a new pc and can not detect the Minolta Copier through the wireless channel. Do not have disk or information on Wireless Copying
Posted by Anonymous on
DO the other computers on the network ok with the copier. Sir the copier you have is Di200/251/351. if so the best driver you mite find is for windows 95 or XP at best for that machine will not work with anything new. It is a legacy machine from Minolta now Konica Minolta. PF-118/119 are the paper draws for that machine not the copier! try below but doubt it. Self Help Product Support Konica Minolta Business Solutions Inc
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Basically all priners use the same protocols. Mostly we have PPD and NOW PCL5.
Right now I´m using a workcentre c226 however all the drivers I found on the Xerox homepage were PPD... they didn´t work. This is what I did:
I whent to Sistem Preferences->Print&Fax->(select your printer in the left side)->Options&Supplies->Driver->Select Driver to use...
Now using spotlight or reading all the drivers search for a printer that uses PCL5 and thats it. It doesn´t mater if its not the model you have.
For example with the WorkCentre c226 I use the driver of a HP LaserJet 3P w/ PCL5.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
SOURCE: copier malfunction
Have you just added a new toner? If so try this first.... Turn the power off and carefully remove the toner bottle you just put in.. Close the front door and turn the power back on and let the copier warm up to ready. Make one or two copies and open the front door and reinstall the toner bottle again... That should take care of the problem.... If it dose not work you probly have more of a major problem with the hopper unit..
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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