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Plug it in via Ethernet, not USB. Any printer with built-in networking support (Ethernet or Wi-Fi) is best connected to the network via its network port. That's the most natural, best-supported, most reliable, most fully-featured way for your devices to discover and print to it. When base stations first supported USB printer sharing in 2003, it was kind of ...


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Yo have to download and install the Canon Drivers. You can find the drivers for your printer here. From the printer manual: Installing the software: Bonjour connection: TCP/IP connection:


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As with many modern printers, you'll probably have an easier setup if it's set to auto-IP configuration, getting an IP address from your router rather than you manually choosing one. A manual setup should also work but as it's not working for you under OS X you may as well let Bonjour do the hard work - as far as I know IPP isn't supported on your printer so ...


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There is no README or similar file in the Samsung updated printer driver distribution. For the already installed printers the driver won't be updated when installing the updated driver. The trick is to remove all Samsung printers affected from System Preferences > Printing and scanning > Printing. And then adding those printers again. Then the Samsung ...


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That machine has an AppleTalk interface - I doubt you'll find anything made in the last 20 years that can connect to it, much less drivers for it that would run under OS X. 12MHz processor & 2MB RAM - I think it's also PostScript only, but I'm not certain. The Asanté Bridge used to be the thing to connect Ethernet to AppleTalk - but idk if the $60 ...


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This feature was removed in OS X 10.8. You have to use the CUPS interface by running cupsctl WebInterface=yes from Terminal and then pointing a Web browser to http://localhost:631. From there: Open the Printers tab. Select your printer and select Modify Printer from the second drop-down menu. (You’ll have to provide your OS credentials.) Select your ...


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Go to: /Library/Printers/ Delete the EPSON folder. Add the printer from System Preferences. This will involve your computer updating all the drivers from Apple and will take some time.


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To find and retrieve the print jobs: Use the go to Folder in Finder and paste this /private/var/spool/cups. It wont let you access the folder so use the "Get info" and change the permission for you so you can access it. If you have files waiting to be printed then it looks like this: It is the file name beginning with "d" that you want to copy.


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The CUPS web interface would allow you to direct the print job to another printer. However it's possible to capture a PDF file from the CUPS queue: /private/var/spool/cups total 472 drwx--x--- 24 root _lp 816 Mar 1 14:30 ./ -rw------- 1 root _lp 4403 Mar 1 14:30 c00025 drwxrwxr-x 13 root _lp 442 Mar 1 14:30 cache/ ...


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As all macs using cups for printing, you can manage it with a web interface. To enable it, you have to type: cupsctl WebInterface=yes Then you should be able to check print server configuration, printers, queues and jobs from: http://127.0.0.1:631/ If you enter in this website, under Administration → Jobs, click Manage Josbs and you should be able to ...



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