Installing Drivers

Installing Windows Photocopier Drivers

This page contains detailed instructions relating to downloading driver software for your device and installing on the Microsoft windows platform

Top4Office do not provide support for the following Microsoft Windows Platforms

Windows 3.1

Windows for Workgroups 3.11

Windows NT3.51


1. Downloading your driver from Top4Office

1. Navigate the Top4Office website and select your device

2. Click once on the image of your photocopier

3. You will now see a page providing you with detailed product information

4. Click once on the Drivers link

5. Scroll down the page and select your Windows platform

6. In the popup window select the driver of your choice

7. Download the drivers to your local hard drive

8. Once the download has completed unzip the files

9. Now run the Windows Add-Printer Wizard


2. Installing Drivers

Please Note: The instructions below relate to installing drivers for a networked device. When installing drivers for a local printer please remember to select a local printer in the add printer wizard and to tell Windows if you're printing over Parallel (LPT1) or USB.

For Windows XP/2003 Users

Click on start

Click on Control Panel

Now click on Printers and Faxes icon

Click on the Add Printer icon

Click Next

Select Local Printer attached to this Computer

If you are printing over Parallel select LPT1 (Recommended Port)

If you are printing to a networked device select "Create a new port"

In the dropdown box select "Standard TCP/IP Port"

Click Next

Click Next again

Type in the IP Address

Leave the Port Name as default

Now Click finish

Now Click Have Disk

Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files

Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok

Now select your model from the long list

Click Next

Now type in your desired name for the printer

Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer

share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to

Answer Yes or No to printing a Test Page

Click finish

The above relates to Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, Windows Server 2003, Windows Small Business Server 2003

Top4Office recommends Windows XP Service Pack 2

Please Note: The procedure above is the same for Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition.

For Windows 2000 Users

Click on start

Scroll up to Settings

Now go across to Printers

Click on the Add Printer icon

Click Next

Select Local Printer attached to this Computer

If you are printing over Parallel select LPT1 (Recommended Port)

If you are printing to a networked device select "Create a new port"

In the dropdown box select "Standard TCP/IP Port"

Click Next

Click Next again

Type in the IP Address

Leave the Port Name as default

Now Click finish

Now Click Have Disk

Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files

Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok

Now select your model from the long list

Click Next

Now type in your desired name for the printer

Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer

share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to

Answer Yes or No to printing a Test Page

Click finish

The above relates to Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Small Business Server

Top4Office recommends Windows 2000 Service Pack 4

For Windows NT4.0 Users

Click on start

Scroll up to Settings

Now go across to Printers

Click on the Add Printer icon

Click Next

Select Local Printer attached to this Computer

If you are printing over Parallel select LPT1 (Recommended Port)

If you are printing to a networked device select "Create a new port"

In the dropdown box select "LPR Port "

Click Next

Click Next again

Type in the IP Address

The Port Name must be print - must be lower case

Now Click finish

Now Click Have Disk

Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files

Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok

Now select your model from the long list

Click Next

Now type in your desired name for the printer

Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer

share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to

Answer Yes or No to printing a Test Page

Click finish

The above relates to Windows NT4.0 Server, Windows NT4.0 Workstation,Windows Small Business Server 4.5,Windows NT4.0 Terminal Server

Top4Office recommends Windows NT4.0 Service Pack 6

For Windows 95/98/Me Users

Click on start

Scroll up to Settings

Now go across to Printers

Click on the Add Printer icon

Click Next

Select Local Printer attached to this Computer

If you are printing over Parallel select LPT1 (Recommended Port)

If you are printing to a networked device select "Create a new port"

In the dropdown box select "LPR Port "

Click Next

Click Next again

Type in the IP Address

The Port Name must be print - must be lower case

Now Click finish

Now Click Have Disk

Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files

Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok

Now select your model from the long list

Click Next

Now type in your desired name for the printer

Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer

share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to

Answer Yes or No to printing a Test Page

Click finish

The above relates to Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition


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