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Hi. My friend has an 18 mnth old PC with Intel 2 core duo 2.2 Ghz processor. He wishes to attach a Lexmark X4975 printer/scanner. This requires a minimum processor speed of 800Mhz, It refuses to install claiming that the processor is only running at 539Mhz. What can he do to correct this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this same problem with my MacBook Pro Intel notebook running the latest Mac OS. I went to the OKI web site ( http://my.okidata.com/pp-C5200n.nsf/openingdrivermenu?OpenFrameSet ) and downloaded the OKI C5000 GDI Intel driver. I followed the install instructions to load the driver. Next, I went to system preferences and selected printers. Then I selected the + button under printers. My current printers showed up on the list. I then selected "More Printers" and the other drivers loaded on my Mac were listed. One option was OKI USB. I selected this option THEN I plugged my USB cable from the OKI into my Notebook. The computer recognized the printer. I hit Save and I proceeded to print my first document. FYI: I spent several hours trying to get this thing to work yesterday with the USB cable already plugged in. I don't know why it would not work. This worked for me. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
printing with the processor type and speed has nothing to do with printing capabilities, you need a driver that rightly correspond to your Operating system, say Vista, Windows XP, or Win 7
kindly check this area, and install the appropriate driver.
hope this helps
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
SOURCE: My Mac OSX (version 10.6.6)
I had this exact same problem. These Dell printers are really Lexmark with Dell branding. They will simply not work with Mac OSX. The only solution I came up with is to make a network printer on your home network. That will work with any combination of Macs and PCs.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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