Try going to System Preferences (either in the Dock or from the Apple Menu) Then Print&Fax Then on the left side of the window is a list of all printers. If you double-click on the printer, another window opens Your old print jobs should appear here. Choose Select All from the Edit menu (or Command-A) There is a Delete button at the top left. Click it and the old print jobs should be erased.
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Yes you can but you'll need to install the Mac OsX driver to make it run through your Macbook Pro. You can download the Mac OSX driver from HERE,(open the link and select O.S i.e. Mac OSX and Language and click "submit", the download links will be displayed) it should also be included in the CD that came with the printer.
Delete your old Dell printer in the Print & Fax System Preferences panel. Install a new printer, but select the Mac-installed Samsung CLP-770 Series PS, and presto! You are back in business, complete with duplex printing and toner supply levels. Sweet!
you must have the software provided by HP to use the scanner (or another application designed for that purpose) go here
select your printer from the list then select OS X and there should be a download link to the original software for Mac OS X and/or a replacement cd
these steps in the order presented to resolve the issue. After you have
resolved the issue, you do not need to complete any remaining steps.
Step one: Check the USB cable
Disconnect the USB cable from the product, and then disconnect it from the computer.
Wait 10 seconds.
Reconnect the USB cable to the product, and then reconnect it to the computer.
After you connect the product directly to the computer, the product should start printing the jobs in the print queue.
If the issue continues, proceed to the next step.
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If you can’t print and you’ve tried other solutions, reset the print system. The process deletes all printers from your Printer list, deletes information about all completed print jobs, and deletes all printer presets. 1.) Select Apple menu > System Preferences and click Print & Fax. 2.) Hold down the Control key as you click in the Printer list, and choose “Reset printing system” from the pop-up menu that appears. 3.) then, Add the printers you use.
I had the same problem and found the solution on the Apple discussion boards. Apparently, OSX 10.4 installs the printer as a Lexmark 510 series, not a Samsung ML-2510.
Just add a new printer and change the type from Lexmark 510 series to ML-2510 series.
Worked a charm for me!