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Find manuals, drivers, installation diagrams and more. Download the product support you need to get the most from your Sharp Business products. Find drivers, firmware, software and more. Download the product support you need to get the most from your Sharp products. Use the links on this page to download the latest version of SHARP MX-MN PCL6 drivers. All drivers available for download have been scanned by antivirus .
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Mac OS X. Drivers for Mountain Lion My business uses user codes to print and there are no options to insert a code within the Sharp is listing the You might try downloading the driver package for the MXN or MXN and see if the is listed in the models of that package. These are newer models so they take priority when updating existing drivers.
Looking for a driver for a sharp n with my Os X The only way I could get the computer to print was to use the Generic PCL driver which means I can not print color or use all the functions. I hope you can find a solution asap.
James, it sounds like you dont have the Post Script option in your machine which is required for proper Mac OS printing. The accessory is the MXPK Good luck!
This is something you have to purchase. Let me know! Unknown Line Art: Unknown Download: Driver packages: All architectures: PostScript printers are supported natively in Linux and Unix environments, so you only need the PPD file for your printer, no driver executables, to get access to all printing functionality.
The PPD contains all information about properties and user-settable options which are specific to the printer and makes printing dialogs show these options and allow the user to control all the printer's functionality.
The PPDs only support the printing functionality of the printers. To use extra functionality, like scanning and faxing you will need additional drivers.
See also for updated driver information for Sharp printers and multi-function devices. Note that these printers work, like all other PostScript printers, with generic PostScript PPD files , but then you will not get access to all the printer specific functionality.