I have to same problem. Through some web searches I here that the Dell A920 is a repackaged Lexmark X1150. I downloaded the install/driver program off the Lexmarkwebite, but unfortunately the install software did not recognize that the printer was attached. I know for a fact that the Dell A920 does and can use an Epson inkcartridge (I am using one now). You can find this information out at any office depot etc. Just ask the clerk to look up the cartridge substitutes. I am going to try and install the printer drivers for that Epson printer. I will keep you posted as to my status.
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Dell never provided Mac drivers for Dell Printers.....
Anyways,. I've searched on google and found this link for lexmark printer..
Please try this and let me know if that works???
Dell A920: Driver for Mac OS X 10.1.5, Mac OS X 10.2.x, and Mac OS X 10.3.x.: http://www.downloaddelivery.com/downloads/cpd/CJMX1100L1.hqx Driver for Mac OS 9.2.2: http://www.downloaddelivery.com/downloads/cpd/CJMA1100L1.HQX
The Dell printers sold right now are Lexmark printers manufactured specifically for Dell. Dell only sells Windows PCs so there are no printer drivers for the Macintosh OS. I?m surprised your Mac doesn?t at lest recognize the printers presence but even if it did there are no software drivers so it isn?t going to work.
Sorry for the bad news, please don?t shoot the messenger :)