|Sep 17, 2009, 08:57 AM||#1|
Snow Leopard and Printer Problems, Please HELP!!!
I had Snow Leopard installed as an upgrade on my Macbook and my printer worked fine. I had to do a fresh install of Snow Leopard because I was having some other issues with it, and now they are gone but my printer won't work. I have a Lexmark Z2400 set up to print via wifi. But it just won't print and everytime I try to print is saids that its installed incorrectly, but I have done the install several times before the same way and before I did the SL install everything worked fine. Could it be a driver Problem?? Curious to know if anyone else has had something like this happen to them, and if so what can I do to make it work. Thanks again for all your help in advance.
|Sep 17, 2009, 05:06 PM||#2|
snow leopard has included drivers for certain printers (with more coming). your printer probably isn't on the list. apple is uses a different printer something or other and that means that printer drivers can only be on the disc and other drivers can't be installed.
ya gotta keep waiting... sorry.
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|Sep 18, 2009, 04:23 AM||#3|
Have you tried the Lexmark site for updated drivers for SL? I had a similar problem with my Samsung printer, but a few days after the SL release Samsung had added new updated drivers.
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