I recently updated to a mac and i kept my old canon laser printer (imageclassmf3200) but its not compatable. Is there any websites where i can find some drivers and still be able to use the printer with my new mac?
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Man, that's an old MFP. I still work on those though. The problem is driver compatibility in the MAC OS. I haven't had to troubleshoot with that OS. Sorry This is what I could find in the Product Service Guide for the 1515MF: Printer Utility for Mac • This software provides several convenient functions for printing from Macintosh clients.
It does state on the Ricoh Technician's Site that the firmware for this printer must be updated and each firmware must be installed one at a time, not as a batch. You would need a small SD card about 256MB is more than enough. The card is placed in slot 2 and the slots are covered by a thin plastic plate on the left side of the printer near the Ethernet port. you need either a philips or a 5.5mm nut driver to remove the one screw holding that plate in place. The printer must be turned off before you take out the one chip in Slot 1. YOU MUST REMOVE ANY CHIPS THAT ARE ALREADY IN SLOTS BEFORE INSTALLING ANY FIRMWARE UPDATE SD CHIPS. YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOU RETURN THOSE CHIPS BACK TO THEIR CORRECT PORT OR YOU CAN CORRUPT THE MAIN BOARD AND THE MACHINE IS KAPUT!!! Sorry, That's important to put in capitals.
According to the HTC website HTC sync is not compatible with the Mac. I have found the
following webpage that appears to be a piece of software that allows you
to do this see http://mac.eltima.com/htc_sync.html Hope this helps.
Yes, it is compatible with Mac OSX- http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/printers_multifunction/pixma_mx_series/pixma_mx330#DriversAndSoftware is the source for your drivers. There is an optional bluetooth module, however there is no sign that there is a 802.11G connection for this printer