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Fiery x3E_68E6 Driver for Mac OS 10.5

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I'm looking for a Fiery driver for my Mac OS 10.5 machine and a Konica Minolta C350 printer (Fiery x3E_68E6).  Konica Minolta offers drivers for Mac OS 10.3 and lower.
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All you *should* need for any version of OSX is the PPD file, which is identical for all platforms (OSX, OS9, Windows, etc). Installing that in Library > Printers > PPDs > Contents > Resources should let the Mac's PostScript driver find it and install. If it does not find it, just browse to it during the installation.

Having said that, I have seen some Xerox printers where, if you just install the PPD, the driver seems to work, but the printer only receives data for a fraction of a second and never prints anything. Running their installer (and 3000-odd files later...) makes it all work
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look at:
http://download6.konicaminolta.eu/konmin/public/&&BEU&EN&&&&&&0&&&0&&0&&0
and choose the options like in the atached picture and try.
c350.jpg
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