Uninstall Printer Driver Mac Os X 10.10 Install Update
For most USB printers, all you have to do is update your software and then connect the printer to your Mac. If necessary, macOS automatically detects the printer and downloads any necessary software.
For other printers, you may have to complete a few steps to add the printer. Even if no updates appear, this ensures that macOS has the latest information about printer software it can download from Apple.
Use the instructions that came with your printer to unpack the printer, install ink or toner, and add paper. Connect the USB cable to your Mac. If you see a message prompting you to download new software, make sure to download and install it. Connect the printer, then connect a USB-C cable to a power supply to prolong the battery life of your Mac.
Follow the instructions that came with the printer to connect it to the network. After setting up, you can disconnect the cable from your printer and Mac and the printer should remain connected to the Wi-Fi network.
Add the printer to your list of available printers: A dialog appears listing printers on your local network. It may take a minute or two for your printer to appear. Select your printer when it appears in the list, then click Add. When you add a printer, macOS can usually detect whether the printer has special accessories installed, such as additional paper trays, extra memory, or a duplex unit.
The printer must support one of these printing protocols: Some printers connected using these generic protocols may offer limited functionality. If it uses a special queue, you also need to know the queue name. See the person who manages the printer or server for assistance. Click Add from the printer list, click IP, then enter the printer information, using the following table as a guide. If your printer requires it, enter the queue name for your printer. Enter a descriptive name for the printer for example, Color Laser Printer , so you can identify it in the Printer pop-up menu.
You can also try choosing generic printer software from the pop-up menu. If your Mac came with Bluetooth installed, or you are using a USB Bluetooth adapter, you can print wirelessly to a Bluetooth enabled printer. Pair your Bluetooth printer with your Mac: Select the device you want from the list, then click Pair.
If you are prompted on the device, click Accept. Add your Bluetooth printer to your printer list: Click the Add button , then click Default. Select the printer in the Printers list, then click Add. If the printer you expect to see is not in the list, enter its name in the search field, and press Return. Check with the manufacturer for the latest driver. After you connect your printer, if you see a message prompting you to download new software, make sure to download and install it.
If you connect your printer to an AirPort Time Capsule or AirPort Extreme Base Station, any Mac on your network can use the printer, whether they connect to the network wirelessly or with a cable. Temporarily connect the printer to the USB port on your Mac, then print a test page.
Click the Printer pop-up menu, then choose the printer from the Nearby Printers section of the menu. Install any software updates listed for your printer. Select the printer in the list, then click the Remove button. Remove a printer If you no longer use a printer, you can delete it from your list of available printers.
Connect to a printer shared by a Windows computer. Click the Protocol pop-up menu, then choose a printing protocol your printer supports: HP Jetdirect — Socket: HP and many other printer manufacturers use this protocol. Older printers and print servers may use this protocol.
Modern printers and print servers use this protocol.
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