Last Updated : 26-Feb-2016
Issue Number : 0100420720
Resolved an issue that prevents printing when using a USB connection in OS X 10.11 environments.
PowerPC: Mac OS X 10.5 - 10.5.8
Intel: Mac OS X 10.5 - 10.11.3
This software is only available in English.
If you add a printer connected via TCP/IP after updating Mac OS X, [Internet Printing Protocol - IPP] may be selected for [Protocol]. If this happens, select [Line Printer Daemon - LPD] and add the printer.
* If using LBP9100Cdn/LBP6300dn
If you are installing this printer driver on OS X 10.11 on which version 3.85 is already installed, first remove the USB cable and turn the printer power OFF before installing.
Reconnect the USB cable and turn the power back ON once the printer driver is installed.
The following instructions show you how to download the compressed files and decompress them.
1. Click the link. The download will start automatically.
2. Files are saved on your computer desktop.
3. Double-click the file to mount the Disk Image.
4. Double-click the mounted Disk Image.
5. Double-click the Installer file in the folder. Installation starts automatically.
- File name : Mac_CAPT_V386_uk_EN.dmg
- File version : V3.86
- File language : English
- File size : 41,468KB
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