Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I was able to install the printer in XP, but when I print to it, nothing happens. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic Authored by: Live4Golf on Sep 05, '02 09:21:46PM I have a Lexmark Z32 and I tried all of these steps.
Apple themselves are ditching AppleTalk in favor of TCP/IP. My question is can you install the protocol from windows 2k and if so how?Thanks I did it sometime ago with NetBEUI by copying some INF file from the windows INF I have used it (the demo) on my XP Pro box. Its always this because I manually assigned it.
Thanks - LaRoche [ Reply to This | # ] Almost working Authored by: markoh on Sep 23, '02 01:49:03PM I'm having the same problems from Windows 2000 with a PSC Instead, I used: \\\\Imac\\DESKJET_930C where Imac is my rendezvous name and DESKJET_930C is the name of my printer. I would like to be able to connect to the Macs from the WinXP machine and access files directly there.
I've followed all of the instructions found on this site and it seems I am almost there. If you're trying to connect to a pre-OS X Mac that isn't a server... There are Ethernet print servers (with a parallel port) that may be of interest in this case.Grant Bennet-Alder is one of the regulars here.Jan Jan 12, 2009 7:35 AM Helpful (1) There is a description in this article with a link to download the latest version:http://support.apple.com/downloads/BonjourforWindowsMessage was edited by: Grant Bennet-Alder Jan 13, 2009 12:25 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to
This discussion is locked John Galt Level 9 (58,352 points) Mac OS X Q: Adding an AppleTalk network printer to Windows XP I posted this in the Windows Compatibility No error, no nothing. Authored by: ekkel on Nov 09, '02 11:51:34PM Hi, I had same problem and used hints from: http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20021101062604548 I have a Canon S200. http://www.emaculation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2300 On the Windows tab, there's a box labeled "Enable Windows File Sharing (SMB)".
At least in a Swedish Windows XP, the HP LaserJet 4MP is mentioned under the Add Printer Wizard (local printer).According to this document, the AsanteTalk cannot process TCP/IP. With a parallel port, and if the AsanteTalk bridge (and the AppleTalk protocol) is the problem, it may be possible to find an alternative via a (TCP/IP) print server. Nevertheless it works fine and I want to keep it that way. Make sure that you have printer sharing enabled and the follow these steps. 1) Goto the following site and download the gimp-print-4.2.2-0.ppc.dmg and espgs-7.05-5-0.ppc.dmg.
If you've got its address, you should be able to access the web site from a Mac, PC, or any other platform with a web browser. NOW IT WORKS!! [ Reply to This | # ] What about direct network-connected Laserwriter pro 630? Jan 12, 2009 6:21 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Jan Hedlund,★Helpful Jan Hedlund Jan 12, 2009 7:35 AM in response to John Galt Level 6 (10,169 In the list after step 10 I did not see "Canon" in the list so I just selected "HP" as well and did all the rest like the text suggested.
Top Cat_7 Post subject: Posted: Wed Jan 26, 2005 9:53 pm Expert User Joined: Fri Feb 13, 2004 8:59 amPosts: 4055Location: Sittard, The Netherlands PPC-Digger, I know what ExtremeZ-IP provides all of the functionality that Mac users expect as well as integration to Windows technologies such as Active Directory. Look into a product called PC-MACLAN. Copy the files to their respective places: C:WINDOWS(WINNT)\INF\netatlk.inf C:WINDOWS(WINNT)\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\sfmatalk.sys C:WINDOWS(WINNT)\SYSTEM32\sfmatmsg.dll C:WINDOWS(WINNT)\SYSTEM32\sfmmon.dll C:WINDOWS(WINNT)\SYSTEM32\sfmwshat.dll C:WINDOWS(WINNT)\SYSTEM32\SPOOL\PRTPROCS\W32X86\sfmpsprt.dll AppleTalk Protocol should now be available under the list of Protocols you can add in Network Connections -
Is this not true for your printer?I understand that you wish to use the printer in connection with your existing wireless network. That's a possibility, but my ultimate goal is to use the printer in its present network configuration. You need version 8.1.2 or later (Haven't tried version 9), and you must (may have been fixed in v. 9) have your hard disk formatted as NTFS or you will get Go to your Windows XP machine and start up the Add Printer Wizard.
This is why we installed the gimp-print and the ESP postscript software previously. The network is simple: iMac hardwired to a cable modem router and a wireless XP with the basetation hardwired to the cable modem router. From the cryptic names they sound like something necessary for Appletalk.
The only problem I had with it was that it only worked with NICs, so it refused to connect when I tryied to with a modem. Tx! .anerki #1 anerki, Jan 6, 2003 Gnomo uix_expand uix_collapse Registered Joined: Oct 2, 2002 Messages: 280 Likes Received: 0 Ok, so you want the PC to be able to ExtremeZ-IP is the only solution on the market that fully integrates both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 with Windows file servers and print servers. Results 1 to 2 of 2 Thread: How do I access an appletalk network with Windows XP?
It prints about 4 pages per minute (wow).If you want to add this printer in OS X, it's easy: it simply shows up as both a shared printer and an Appletalk Could somebody explain some more about how that could be done IF it can be done? Hit the print test page for your printer and verify that your printer prints it. 9) Goto a your windows XP PC control panel and select printers and faxes. 10) Select Now from your Windows XP machine, print a test page and it should work. [ Reply to This | # ] Almost working (Win98) Authored by: jfg on Oct 29, '02
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