Your printer is not a PostScript printer. Nor does Samsung support your printer on the Mac. It does support your printer on Linux. The Linux driver appears not to be a CUPS driver. You can try it for yourself. Download it here.frankm007 said:Where can i get the printer driver for the samsung ml-1710 printer?! It doesn't seem to be on the samsung page. Also... will it work on a new intel mac? *glup*, if not, what are my options here?
I just downloaded and install driver for my new macbook pro os10,5,7
It works fine
Thanks so much - link and file works and installed easily on my airport express connected printer.
OK, I downloaded the file and unzipped it but what am I supposed to do with it? Please provide a step-by-step guide so that even my my old senile brain could follow it! Thanks!I have the driver posted in this thread, literally four posts above yours.
Unfortunately, no. The only installer I see is "Samsung SPL2 Installer" in a folder called "MacOSClassic". The icon for "Samsung SPL2 Installer" is crossed out i.e. it has the international "ban" symbol i.e. "/" across the icon. Help!it's an installer. so just double-click it and it will guide you through the installation process.
It should be a single file, not folders. You've got to rename the "Samsung SPL2 Installer" folder it created by adding ".app" (without the quotes) to the end of it (the folder two levels up, not the "banned" file with the same name). You're trying to launch the installer from the resource folder--something's wrong with the unzipping of your download.Unfortunately, no. The only installer I see is "Samsung SPL2 Installer" in a folder called "MacOSClassic". The icon for "Samsung SPL2 Installer" is crossed out i.e. it has the international "ban" symbol i.e. "/" across the icon. Help!