Suddenly our two iMacs won't print to our laser printer. It says it can't find server? Not sure what to do. At one point it said to restart router. We have an iMac8,1 and a newer iMac purchased last year. It's odd to just suddently stop working.
I just got this laser printer, and in the specifications says that it can print on Both Sides manually. How can i use this feature where it prints every other page first? In the printing options i see "Two Sided Printing" but I can't click on this feature.
Since downloading OS Lion my ML-1660 laser printer won't print unless I switch it off then switch it back on. It then prints OK. If I want to print another document I have to sw. off and on again. This problem doesn't happen on my Epson RX520 3 in 1 printer.
I've downloaded the latest Samsung driver software but this makes no difference.
I have recently upgraded to lion MAc os X 10.7 and my samsung laser printer ML1520 will not print any more is anyone got it to work?I have tried different drivers and gostprint but nothing seams to work before bying a new printer I would like to know if anyone has foud a solution
I have an HP 4050TN LaserJet printer that I had networked via ethernet to my iMac (when it was running just leopard) Once I did all the updates for 10.6.8, I found that my printer is nowhere to be seen, I can't add it. Nothing. I found hp printer drivers for Lion, but I'm not going to get Lion, if i just have to turn around and get Mountain Lion in a couple of months anyway .Regarding my Scanner:When I try to use my Cannon CanoScan 8800F MP Navigater justs quits. . . .
I don't print very often, and I'm sick and tired of ink drying up in the print head, ink ending up on the rollers, etc.
What about getting an old laser printer? It would be extra cool to have one on a network with all the other Macs. I hear that printers using the LaserWriter 8 driver works with everything from the old 68k to the new Mac OS X. But which printers are they? I guess they must have TCP/IP to work with post-AppleTalk versions of the OS.
One of my summer projects I think is going to be getting as much paper out of my room as I can, it's all over the place. There is stuff I'd like to keep obviously, so I was thinking of buying a cheap scanner. But I figured, if I'm going to buy a cheap scanner, might as well go all the way and get an All-In-One Laser Printer. I don't want to spend too much, and I don't need it to print pictures or anything graphically intensive. The farthest I'd go would be some graphs most likely. And I'd like it to be moveable so I can take it to school with me.
I have documents that were created using colors for the text that I find difficult to read. They also print in those colors.
I have followedEpson's instructions to set the NX400 to print black ink only. The printer still prints in color. Possibly, Epson's drivers don't work, Or possiby, something in Lion OS is overriding the drivers.
Is there some setting in Lion OS that overrides the printer drivers? Is it not possible to print black ink only?
I'm looking for a good laser printer for my Macbook Pro (currently running OS X but soon will be with Leopard). It's for home use but will primarily be printing sheet music so the clarity needs to be good.
I was trying to print a paper off my macbook today, and for some reason it wouldn't print. I ran a utility scan that showed that the printer was hooked up and receiving and sending signals, but I keep getting an error message saying that the Printer is offline! This happened right after the OS X 10.5.5 update.
I am looking to get a color laser printer within the next three months or so, I am getting sick walking to the one of the computer labs at my college. The HP one that I was looking at (1200-something) isn't compatible, or so people claimed in the Amazon reviews. I don't need anything super fancy, just something good enough for term papers and good color documents.
Without knowing any particular models, which brand would you say is better for an all-in-one color laser printer in your experience...HP or Canon? I have always had HP, but I have grown tired of their driver issues, etc. I have never had any Canon computer products before, but they have 2 new models that look appealing to me.
I had a Dell 1100 laser printer working on my iMac (G4 ball type) using a GIMP printer. I had to reset the queue and lost the driver. I can't remember which GIMP driver I used. Also, although I have loaded the latest GIMP s/w, I can't seem to get to them in Tiger 10.4.6.
I installed the HP driver on my Mac by temporarily connecting it via USB port. No problem. The printer is normally attached to an XP machine. Mac can see the printer on the Windows Network, but the HP driver install disk does not. I can't seem to locate the P1006 on the Mac hard disk, and it does not show up on the driver list in printer setup.
My old B/W laser printer has bitten the dust, and I'm shopping for a new model. In the past, I have always insisted on a Postscript-compatible printer, thinking this was the only way to render high-quality graphics (I print plenty of text-only documents of course, but technical drawings and fancy typograph still constitute the bulk of my printing). Is Postscript (or Postscript emulation) still an important feature for today's laser printers?
I'm looking to pick up a cheap mono laser printer with duplex and have narrowed the choice down to two. The Oki B410d and the Brother HL-5340D. They're both low-end with relatively similar price except the Oki is a LED printer and the Brother is a laser. With reliability the biggest issue here, has anyone had any experience with either brand or heard any stories?
Looking for a Wireless color all in one laser printer, It looks like Brother is the only one that makes it? I also heard you can't scan or fax wirelessly, only print? These three are in the $300-$500 range. Price is not a concern, quality is, as is wireless printing if possible or at least attached to my Time Capsule. Which would you choose, or would you recommend something else? - HP Color Laser All in One CC431A#A2L - Brother Wireless All-In-One Laser Printer (MFC7840W)- Canon Color imageCLASS MF8050CN Multifunction Printer
I bought a Canon LBP3000 laser printer and I was told it would work on my iMac but it seems that this printer only works with a Japanese OS X and not on an English system. Does anybody have a driver for an English OS X?
I'm finding myself having to print notes and articles more than I used to and I decided it's time to look into a color laser printer. I'm looking for something with modestly priced toner, a relatively small footprint, doesn't require a lot of power, prints double-sided, and that plays nice with mac. Looks like samsung, hp, and brother offer some nice choices, just not sure where to start.
So I'm deciding between getting an HP P1006 or Brother 2140. My concern with these printers is their durability. I have had a Brother HL-2040 for 1.5 yrs but it was an awful experience, I had problems with paper loading. But, several websites say that the Brother 2170W is great. So, I am tempted to buy the 2140 or 2170W but I am not sure if it will be durable. I want to know which one do you guys think is more durable for use with MacOSX Leopard: HP or Brother?
So i just bought the Samsung ML-1640 Laserjet printer, i just printed a 100 page document to test it out, function is fine but the first page it printed was the last page which would be fine except the pages fall out text down, so when i pickup the completed wad of pages i flick through:
last page - penultimate page -........-first page
how do i reverse the order of printing so that it prints the first page first