Jan 05

xerox

I have a Docucentre C4350 Fuji Xerox printer which does not have postscript installed. The normal drivers from Fuji assume you have Postscript installed. Here’s how to get the non-postscript printer going.

1. You need to install a special non-postscript driver.  I have searched everywhere and I can’t find where I downloaded it from. Here is version 1.3:  fxmacprnstd1112am105iml.dmg

(Update- Fuji Xerox have released a newer version 1.5  You can download it from fuji here.)

2. Go to System Preferences, Printer and add a new printer (‘+’ button).
Choose ‘IP Printing’ and LPD and enter the IP address of the printer.

Xerox printer

It will find your printer automatically and it will choose the right driver (Eg FX Docucentre-II C4300 v3016.103 PS’ above). This will NOT work with a non-Postscript printer!

You need to Choose ‘Select Software’ then choose the ‘FX Print Driver for Mac OS X v1.3′ that you just installed.

Screen Shot 2014-01-01 at 3.41.08 pm

 

This works on OSX 10,7 10.8 and 10.9 (Mavericks).

 

5 Responses to “Printing to a NON postscript Fuji Xerox printer”

  1. Luu says:

    having probs with my fuji printer, checked settings still probs, but used the print n share app in the end from my ipad

  2. Vũ Văn Tiến says:

    Thank you very very much, finally found this solution for my network printer 3005 and 4070 fuji xerox. I tested this method and it works fine for me.

  3. wyrdR says:

    Found an update on a Fuji Xerox site.

    http://onlinesupport.fujixerox.com//driver_downloads/fxmacprnstd1310am105iml.dmg

    Date: 04/12/2013
    Version: 1.71.007

    Not every model has this listed as an option but it pretty much works as a universal Non-PS driver as far as I can tell.

    Google Search (limited to one year ago)

    Find “Non-PS” on any of those pages and try see if it is a later version.

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