Question about Canon imageCLASS MF4150 All-In-One Laser Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am sorry but some companies do not have Mac drivers for the older devices. You can try downloading the SWITCH ( not sure of the correct name) program that lets you run a make shift ( simulation) windows on your Mac and that may be the way to print to this device.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
SOURCE: Can't print to Epson CX8400
I had the exact same problem with the endless blank pages "printing" out. I have a MacBook Air with OSX 10.5.6.
Before I got a chance to try and delete and reinstall all the drivers all over again, my phone call was answered by a very helpful lady from Epson's support line US: 562-276-4382.
Here's how easy it was to fix: Go into Apple System Preferences, click Printer & Fax. HOLD CONTROL while clicking on the printer on the left side of the screen. When you HOLD CONTROL, it allows you to choose the option to "Reset Printers".
Click "Reset Printers", and you will see them all disappear. Simply plug in your CX8400 and click the plus button to add new printer. It will search for the driver for you if you have an internet connection. It worked for me on the first try and took only about 2 minutes total!!!!
I'd wasted so much time installing drivers and screwing with the printer before this. Save your time for things that make you happy! Share help when you can!
Posted on May 06, 2009
Select "Support & Drivers"
Type in your printer model "HP450C"
You will be routed to a selection list, where you will be able to download the MAC drivers.
I recommend that you unplug the Printer from your Mac first, install the new drivers/software for the printer, then plug in the printer for a clean smooth install.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
No -there are no drivers to install. I would even suggest not to use any CD that came with the router (in your case the so-called "Quick Router Setup Wizard CD".
It is always better to configure the router by hand, otherwise you have to look forever if you have to troubleshoot.
If you connect your Mac to your DSL- or cable modem, can you access the internet?
If yes, then you have to configure your router. If not, then there is a problem with your internet connection in general and you have to contact your ISP.
Connect to your router (via cable) and check that the SSID is broadcasted and your wireless security is turned off, until you can connect wireless to your router. Look at the manual page 22 (if you don't have a manual, you can get it here.)
Now you should be able to connect to your routerwireless from your Mac.
After this is accomplished, go back to the wireless security setup and secure your network with WPA2 Authentication.
If you have any more questions or get stuck at one point, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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