I have two macs: one I upgraded to High Sierra without wiping it. All my existing printer drivers function properly.
The second mac I upgraded fresh to High Sierra after a complete wipe. The printer drivers aren't working.
I have a Konica Minolta Magicolor 7540 Grafx II. On the machine with the fresh OS install, the option for duplexing 11x17 is missing. I've tried several different versions of the driver, from various sources, and when I can get it to duplex, it only prints out the left hand side of the page. On one side of the double-sided print, it prints the left hand side of the page, properly positioned on the left hand side of the paper. One the second side of the duplex print, it prints the left hand side of the paper, but it is scooted over to the right, so there is a huge blank space on the left.
Is there a way to transfer all the properly function print drivers from one mac to another? I have tried copying the file from Library> Printers> and Users>Library> Printers. That does indeed give me a second installation of the printer, but the duplexing issue is still there.
Konica has not upgraded their print driver for almost two years, so simply downloading a new one for OS 10.13 isn't possible. The print driver that currently functions properly on my upgraded machine is version 1.7.
I have tried downloading new driers, both of version 1.9 and version 1.7. I have tried copying the Printer settings from the old machine to the new machine. I've tried using the Add Printer function in the System Preferences.
I don't know what else to try. Can anyone assist?