User Guide Printer drivers and firmware
Installing a printer driver in Windows 7
The online CD-ROM contains printer drivers for the most common
Windows applications. To install the printer driver, proceed as follows.
Insert the supplied online CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
Click on the Start button in the Windows taskbar.
Click on Devices and Printers to open the printer folder.
Click on Add a Printer in the menu bar.
Specify whether you want to operate the printer as a Local Printer
or Network, wireless or Bluetooth printer by clicking on the
relevant option, then press Next.
For instructions on installing the printer as a network printer,
please consult the documentation supplied with your network
operating system and/or printer server, or contact the network
To install a network printer, you will need Administrator rights.
If you are using the printer locally, you can continue installing the driver
in one of two possible ways:
`Manual installation of printer driver: in this case, continue with
`Automatic installation of printer driver via Plug & Play function: in
this case, continue with Step 11 once the printer installation wizard
has determined the printer, port and printer name.
Select the port to which your printer is connected, then click on
Click on Have Disk, then click on Browse.
Select the CD-ROM drive and open the directory n:\driver (“n“
stands for the letter of your PC drive).
Open the folder 32Bit or 64Bit.
Select the printer type and then click on Next.
If you are using the printer as a network printer, you have the
option of sharing it with other network users. In this case you must
enter an access name which will be displayed to the other network
Then click on Next.
If required, edit the name of the default printer and specify whe-
ther you wish to use the printer as a default printer by clicking on
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