I have got a Macbook Pro running MAC os X.4.9. I have trouble installing the driver for z65n, as downloaded from their website. The printer is connected to a wireless router. I am unable to connect to the printer on the wireless network as the driver does not load.
I have a Powerbook G5 running os X.4.9 as well, and this has no problem connecting to the printer on the wireless network.
Is there any way I can get to connect to the printer from my Intelmac MAc Book Pro?
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Hi Terry, Are you wanting to set your computer back?
You need to boot the system to the Recovery HD. Hold down Command+r key at startup. Open Disk Utility and erase the Macintosh HD. Exit out of DU and select Reinstall Mac OS X. Select Macintosh HD as the place to install to and wait for OS to be downloaded from the net. The computer will restart when the download is finshed and the install will start.
While Android phones already have Android File Manager as an option for transferring data, ZTE offers its own suite at http://joinme.ztems.com/ which will install ZTE-specific drivers on your Mac. JoinMe Mini is a simple file manager while the Mac version of JoinMe PC also offers synchronization with the address book and other data.
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.
Unless you have installed a Windows emulator like Parallels or Bootcamp, you cannot easily run .exe files on your Mac with a Mac OS. It will not run dos mode in Mac OS. You can: 1. Install an emulator. 2. Try Winebottler. It's in beta, but it creates stand alone apps for Mac OS 10.6 from Windows apps.
Mac OS will run some Chinese characters. It is available as a language pack directly from Apple's website, including Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Korean.
You sure you got the original gray label install discs for this computer?
Sometimes people stick gray discs in with the computers and they are not specific for that model. The Macbook Pro ships with Tiger 10.4.6
Borrow a black label Tiger retail disc from someone and install your OS that way.
"In any case, you will
not be able to use the Classic Environment in any OS with your MacBook
Pro. The Classic Environment functions only on PowerPC-based Macs, of
which the MacBook Pro (and all other currently sold Macs) is not. Mac
OS 9 was never designed for Intel Macs, and cannot run on them without
full PowerPC hardware emulation."