Trying to get a toshiba e-studio 237 printer working under mac

Posted on 2008-10-02
Last Modified: 2013-11-12
hi guys, real simple.

trying to get a networked toshiba e-studio 237 printer working under mac (im bad with mac)

cant find drivers, can you use a default one?


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This link looks like it could be what you need. I haven't tried these drivers personally.
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thanks guys , will try in work tommorow x
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excuse my ignorance, how do you open a ppd file in mac?
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Open System Preferences the Print & Fax. Click on the plus to add a printer. Enter the protocol, ip address.
Then in the "print using" drop down menu select "other" and point to the ppd file.

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bingo, easier than windows (dont tell anyone i said that) :)

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