Setup guide | Asko W6021 Washer User Manual

Lexmark T522
Setup Guide
May 2001
www.lexmark.com
Edition: May 2001
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Safety information
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If your product is NOT marked with this symbol
, it MUST be connected to an electrical outlet that is properly grounded.
The power cord must be connected to an electrical outlet that is near the product and easily accessible.
Refer service or repairs, other than those described in the operating instructions, to a professional service person.
This product is designed, tested and approved to meet strict global safety standards with the use of specific Lexmark components. The safety features
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Your product uses a laser, exercise
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
Your product uses a printing process that heats the print media, and the heat may cause the media to release emissions. You must understand the
section in your operating instructions that discusses the guidelines for selecting print media to avoid the possibility of harmful emissions.
Conventions
Warning! A warning identifies something that could damage your printer hardware or software.
CAUTION! A caution identifies something that could cause you harm.
CAUTION!
Getting started
1
Select a well-ventilated place to set up your
printer. Allow at least as much space as
shown in the illustration. Make sure you
have a sturdy, low table or the optional
printer stand on which to set the printer.
2
Remove all items from the box except the
printer. If any items are missing, contact the
place where you bought the printer.
137.16 cm
(4.5 ft)
304.8 mm
(12 in.)
304.8 mm
(12 in.)
508 mm
(20 in.)
304.8 mm
(12 in.)
CDs
Printer
Paper bail
and bracket
Handhold
Power
switch
cover
500 sheet drawer
Power cord
Operator panel
overlay
(non-English only)
Save the carton and packing material in
case you need to repack the printer for service or storage.
Note: Leave the printer in the box until you are
ready to install it. Then ask someone to
help you lift the printer using the handholds.
Turn off the printer
If your printer is already set up, make sure the
printer power is off and the power cord and any
cables are unplugged before installing any
options.
Options compatibility
Options compatible with the Lexmark T522TM
printer are labeled with a colored triangle. Label
locations are indicated in the illustrations in this
book.
Troubleshooting
If you encounter a problem while setting up the
printer, refer to the Lexmark T522 Publications
CD.
1
Load print material
Setup
3
See page 17
Install paper options and printer
1
Printer
page 6
Print cartridge
page 6
Attach cables
Envelope feeder
4
page 9
Duplex unit
See page 18
Order of installation
page 5
Network printing - page 18
Local printing - page 19
250-Sheet drawer
page 4
Verify setup
*
5
500-Sheet drawer
page 4
See page 21
2000-Sheet drawer
page 3
Configure for TCP/IP
6
See page 23
* Option install order
may be reversed.
Install memory and option cards
2
Printer/flash memory
page 12
Optional firmware card
page 13
Install printer drivers
7
See page 25
Network printing - page 25
Local printing - page 28
Access printer
system board
Option cards
page 10
page 14
Step 1: Install paper options
and printer
The table illustrates various combinations of paper
options supported by your printer.
Lexmark T522(n)
Attach up to:
Four optional drawers.
2000-Sheet drawer
250-Sheet drawer
500-Sheet drawer
Installing the 2000-sheet drawer
500-Sheet Duplex unit
Envelope feeder
Your printer supports one 2000-sheet drawer. It
gives your printer added capacity by letting you
load up to four reams (approximately 2,000
sheets) of 20 lb. paper.
The 2000-sheet drawer is packaged with a User’s
Guide that contains detailed instructions for installation, setup, and use, including loading paper and
removing paper jams.
Lexmark T522 label
(colored triangle)
When you have finished installing the 2000-sheet
drawer, install any other drawers or an optional
duplex unit that you may have purchased.
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Installing a 250-sheet or
500-sheet drawer
Paper drawers attach under the printer and optional
duplex unit. The printer automatically recognizes any
drawer that has been installed.
A drawer consists of a paper tray and a support unit. The
250-sheet drawer and the 500-sheet drawer are installed
the same way.
Tray labels
Lexmark T522 label
(colored triangle)
1
Remove the tray from the support unit. Remove all
packing material and tape from both the support unit
and the tray.
2
Place the support unit on top of any previously
installed paper drawers, or the table or printer
cabinet where you plan to use the printer.
Support unit
Paper tray
The tab, round peg, and square holes on top of any
drawer help you seat the support unit so the edges
are aligned properly. Make sure the support unit is
securely in place.
3
Attach another optional drawer, a duplex unit, or the
printer:
Tab
Square
hole
Round peg
4
•
To attach a drawer, repeat steps 1 and 2.
•
To attach a duplex unit, see “Installing a duplex
unit” on page 5.
•
To attach the printer, see “Setting up the printer”
on page 6.
Installing a duplex unit
The duplex unit attaches under the printer, below the standard input tray and above any paper drawers.
Refer to the Lexmark T522 online information, on the Lexmark T522 Publications CD, for details about using the
duplex unit.
Back cover
Lexmark T522 label
(colored triangle)
1
500 Sheet Duplex
Place the duplex unit on top of any installed paper
drawers, or the table or printer cabinet where you
plan to use the printer.
The tab, round peg, and square holes on top of any
drawer help you seat the duplex unit so the edges
are aligned properly. Make sure it is securely in
place.
2
Attach the printer. See “Setting up the printer” on
page 6.
Tab
Square
hole
Round
peg
5
Setting up the printer
In order to ensure adequate clearance when installing system board options, see “Install memory and option cards”
starting on page 10 before you position the printer if:
•
You plan to install memory or option cards
and
•
You will have less than 605.6 mm (24 in.) clearance on the left side of the printer.
CAUTION! Make sure your fingers are not under the printer
when you set it down.
1
Ask someone to help you lift the printer by the handholds and lower it onto the duplex unit, optional
drawer, table or printer cabinet.
The tab, round peg, and square holes on top of any
drawer or the duplex unit help you seat the printer
so the edges are aligned properly. Make sure the
printer is securely in place.
Handhold
Square hole
Tab
Round peg
2
Remove the print cartridge packaging.
a Push the release latch and open the printer
upper front door.
b Grasp the print cartridge by the hand grip and
pull the print cartridge up and out.
Print cartridge
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c Pull on each end of the plastic, V-shaped piece
and then pull the packaging material straight out.
Discard all packaging material.
d Align the slides on the print cartridge with the
slots on the print cartridge cradle. Use the colored arrows inside the printer for placement.
e Guide the print cartridge down as it drops and
snaps into place.
f Close the upper front door.
3
Attach decals to any optional paper trays.
Decals showing the number “1” are on your printer
and the standard input tray. These decals keep the
standard input tray paired with the printer.
If you purchased optional drawers, you received a
sheet of decals.
Peel the decals from the sheet and attach them to
the recessed areas on the drawer and the matching
tray.
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4
Attach the operator panel overlay.
If English is not your preferred language, attach the
overlay with the appropriately translated names for
the operator panel.
Operator panel
overlay
a Peel the protective backing off the overlay.
b Align the holes in the overlay with the buttons on
the operator panel and press it into place.
c Rub the overlay firmly to make sure it adheres
securely to the operator panel.
d Peel the protective covering away from the overlay.
5
Attach the paper bail.
a Remove the printer top cover and slide the plastic bracket onto the static brush holder. Adjust
the bracket so it is centered over the area where
paper exits.
b Place the tips of the wire paper bail into the ends
of the plastic bracket so that the bail curves
downward.
c Replace the top cover.
8
Installing the envelope feeder
Lexmark T522 label
(colored triangle)
The envelope feeder attaches to the front of your printer
behind the lower front door. It can be removed when you
are not using it, making the printer more compact.
Refer to the Lexmark T522 online information for details
about using the envelope feeder.
Release latch
1
Push the release latch and open the printer lower
front door.
2
Lift open the envelope feeder connector door.
3
Align the tabs on the envelope feeder with the slots
on both sides of the printer, and then gently push
the envelope feeder into the opening until it snaps
into place.
Envelope
feeder connector door
Slots
The envelope feeder tilts downward at a slight angle
when it is installed properly.
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Step 2: Install memory and
option cards
You can customize your printer memory capacity and connectivity by adding optional cards. The instructions in this
section help you install any of the following options:
Accessing the printer system
board
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Printer memory
•
Flash memory
•
Tri-Port Adapter
•
USB/Parallel 1284-C Interface Card
•
Parallel 1284-C Interface Card
•
MarkNet™ internal print servers (also called
internal network adapters or INAs)
•
Hard disk
•
Optional firmware card
You must access the printer system board to install printer
memory, flash memory, or an option card.
1
Make sure the printer power is off, the printer power
cord is unplugged, and all cables are disconnected
from the back of the printer.
2
Press the release latches to open the upper and
lower front doors.
3
Press down on the side door latches and open the
side door.
4
Loosen, but do not remove, the six screws on the
shield.
You need a small Phillips screwdriver to loosen
these screws.
Note: Screws are used to give added protection
against memory theft.
Screws
5
Use the tabs to slide the shield up until the top three
screws fit into the three keyholes on the shield.
6
Hold the shield by the tabs and lift it off.
Keyhole
Tab
Tab
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Installing printer memory
or flash memory
Note: Some memory and firmware options for other Lexmark printers cannot be used with your printer.
Refer to the Lexmark T522 Publications CD for
specifications.
1
Follow the steps in “Accessing the printer system
board” on page 10.
2
Unpack the memory option. Avoid touching the
connection points along its edge. Save the
packaging materials.
3
Open both latches on the connector completely.
Insert the memory option straight into the connector
with the connection points pointing toward the
system board.
4
Push the memory card firmly into the connector until
it snaps into place. Make sure each latch fits over
the notch located on either side of the option card.
5
Follow the steps in “Reattaching the shield and
closing the doors” on page 16.
Memory connector 1
Memory connector 2
Warning! Electronic components can be damaged
by static electricity. Touch something metal
on the printer before you touch the memory option.
Latch
Connection points
Latch
Notch
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Installing an optional
firmware card
Warning! Optional firmware cards are easily dam-
Follow the instructions in this section to install an optional
firmware card. The system board has one location where
a firmware card can be installed.
1
Access the system board. (See page 10 for instructions.)
2
Unpack the firmware card.
aged by static electricity. Touch something
metal on the printer before you touch a
card.
Resting posts
Avoid touching the metal contacts on the connector.
Save the packaging.
Pins
3
Card
Orient the card so that the pins are closest to the
bottom edge of the system board.
4
Connectors
Hold the firmware card by its edges, and align the
two pins on the card with the holes on the system
board.
Push in until the firmware card is firmly in place.
Note: The entire length of the plastic connector must
touch the system board. Some force may be
required to fully install the firmware card.
5
Follow the steps in “Reattaching the shield and
closing the doors” on page 16.
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Installing an option card
Install a MarkNet internal print
server to add an Ethernet or
Token-Ring port for connecting
your printer to a network.
Your printer has two connectors that support the following
option cards:
Install a MarkNet N2501e or
N2401e internal print server if
you received either of these
cards as part of a multifunction
printer upgrade.
•
Hard disk with adapter card
•
MarkNet internal print server
•
USB/Parallel 1284-C Interface Card
•
Parallel 1284-C Interface Card
•
Coax/Twinax Adapter for SCS
•
Tri-Port Adapter
Refer to the documentation included with each card for
detailed information about that specific card.
Install a Tri-Port Adapter to add LocalTalk, serial, and infrared ports. For
details on setting up and using the Tri-Port Adapter, refer to the documentation that shipped with the card.
Install a USB/Parallel 1284-C
interface card to add a Universal
Serial Bus (USB) port or a parallel
port.
You need a small Phillips screwdriver to install these
options.
Note: The Lexmark T522 printer ships with an Ethernet
print server already installed.
Install a hard disk with adapter
card to add additional storage
space to your printer.
Warning! Electronic components are easily dam-
1
Follow the steps in “Accessing the printer system
board” on page 10.
2
Locate the card connectors on the system board. If
you are installing only one card, install it in
connector 1. If you are installing two cards, use
connector 1 first and then connector 2.
aged by static electricity. Touch something
metal on the printer before you touch the
card.
Connector 1
Connector 2
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3
Remove and save the two screws on the back of the
printer that attach the metal plate to the slot.
Remove and discard the plate.
4
Unpack the card. Save the packaging materials.
5
Align the connection points on the card with the
connector on the system board and push the card
firmly into the system board connector.
6
Insert the two screws saved from the metal plate (or
the extra screws shipped with the card) into the
holes.
7
Tighten the screws to secure the card.
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Reattaching the shield and
closing the doors
After you have installed option cards on the printer system
board, follow these steps to reattach the shield and close
the doors.
1
Grasp the shield by the tabs and align the three keyholes on the shield with the top three screws. Holding the shield by the tabs, slide it down onto the
screws. Tighten all six screws.
2
Close the side door.
3
Close the upper and lower front doors.
Tabs
Note: If you have not completed the section “Setting
up the printer” beginning on page 6, do so now.
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Step 3: Load print material
Width guide
tab
Length guide
Length guide
lever
Complete these instructions to load print material
into any of the standard or optional trays. All paper
trays are loaded in the same way.
1
Remove the paper tray.
2
Pull the width guide tab and slide the width
guide to the far right side of the tray.
3
Squeeze the length guide lever and slide the
length guide to the correct position for the
size paper you are loading.
4
Place the paper into the paper tray with the
recommended print side face down for
single-sided printing and face up for duplex
printing. Do not fill paper above the paper
capacity mark (fill line).
5
Pull the width guide tab and slide the width
guide to the left until it lightly rests against
the edge of the paper stack.
6
Reinstall the tray.
Width guide
Paper size indicators
.
Width
guide tab
Width guide
Paper capacity
mark
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Step 4: Attach cables
You can attach your printer to a network or locally (directly
to a computer).
Network printing
You can attach your printer to a network using standard
network cables.
A 10BaseT/100BaseTX Fast Ethernet port is standard on
the Lexmark T522 printer. You can add a Token-Ring or
10Base2 Ethernet port by installing an optional MarkNet
internal print server.
To attach the printer to a network:
1
Make sure the printer, computer, and any other
attached devices are turned off and unplugged.
2
Connect the printer to a LAN drop or hub using
standard cabling that is compatible with your
network.
The printer automatically adjusts itself for the network speed.
– Token-Ring, Ethernet 10BaseT, or Ethernet
100BaseTX networks (Category 5) use an
RJ-45 connector.
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– Token-Ring networks (Shielded Twisted Pair)
use a DB9 connector.
– Ethernet 10Base2 networks (Thin Coax) use
a BNC T-connector.
Local printing
You can attach your printer locally using either the USB
port or parallel port. A USB port is standard on all printer
models. The parallel port is standard on the base (nonnetwork) model. The parallel port requires an IEEE-1284
compliant parallel cable. We recommend Lexmark part
number 1329605 (10 ft) or 1427498 (20 ft).
If you add a parallel port by installing an optional USB/Parallel Interface Card, you need a 1284 A-C parallel cable,
such as Lexmark part number 43H5171 (9.8 ft).
Note: Some UNIX, Linux, and Macintosh computers also
support USB connections. Consult your computer
documentation to see if your system supports USB.
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If you have installed an optional Tri-Port Adapter, you can
locally attach the printer with a serial cable. We recommend Lexmark part number 1038693 (50 ft). For details
on LocalTalk or infrared connections, refer to the documentation that shipped with the Tri-Port Adapter.
Note: All Windows operating systems support parallel
cable connections. However, only the Windows 98/
Me and Windows 2000 operating systems support
USB cable connections.
To attach the printer to a computer:
1
Make sure the printer, computer, and any other
attached devices are turned off and unplugged.
2
Connect the printer to the computer using a parallel
or USB cable.
– Use an IEEE-1284 compliant parallel cable to
ensure that you can access all of your printer
functions.
– Be sure to match the USB symbol on the
cable to the USB symbol on the printer.
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Step 5: Verify printer setup
Turning on the printer
1
Plug one end of the printer power cord into the
socket at the back of the printer and the other end
into a properly grounded outlet.
2
Turn on the printer. If the printer is attached locally
(directly to a computer), leave the computer and any
other attached devices turned off. You will turn
these on in a later step.
The printer requires time to warm up after you turn it
on. During this period, the message Performing
Self Test appears on the operator panel display.
After the printer completes its internal tests, the
Ready message indicates the printer is ready to
receive jobs.
If you see other messages on the display, refer to
the Lexmark T522 Publications CD for instructions
on clearing the message. Click Printing, and then
click Understanding printer messages.
3
Go to “Printing a menu settings page” on page 22. If
you attached the printer to a network, see “Printing
a network setup page”.
Note: You can change the language that appears on the
operator panel display. Refer to the Lexmark T522
Publications CD for instructions.
Printing a network setup page
If the printer is attached to a network, print a network
setup page to verify the network connection. This page
also provides important information that will help you configure for network printing.
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Ready
1
Menu
2
Select
3
Return
1
Press Menu until you see Utilities Menu, and then
press Select.
2
Press Menu until you see Print Net Setup, and then
press Select to print the page.
The network setup page prints and the printer
returns to Ready status.
4
3
Go
5
Stop
6
Check the first section on the network setup page
and confirm that Status is “Connected.”
Note: If an optional MarkNet card is installed in Slot 1,
you see Print Net1 Setup. If the card is installed in
Slot 2, you see Print Net2 Setup.
If Status is “Not Connected,” your LAN drop may not
be active or your network cable may be malfunctioning. Consult your network support person, and then
print another network setup page to verify that you
are connected to your network.
Save the network setup page for use with later
instructions.
Printing a menu settings page
Print the menu settings page to review the default printer
settings and to verify that printer options are installed correctly. For more information about using the printer operator panel and changing menu settings, refer to the
Lexmark T522 Publications CD.
1
Press Menu until you see Utilities Menu, and then
press Select.
2
Press Menu until you see Print Menus, and then
press Select to print the page.
The message Printing Menus is displayed.
3
Verify that the options you installed are listed under
“Installed Features.”
If an option you installed is not listed, turn the printer
off, unplug the power cord, and reinstall the option.
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4
Verify the amount of memory installed is correctly
listed under “Printer Information.”
5
Verify that the paper trays are configured for the
sizes and types of paper you loaded in the printer.
Step 6: Configure for TCP/IP
If you have TCP/IP available on your network, we recommend that you assign an IP address to the printer.
Setting the printer
IP address
If your network is using DHCP, an address is automatically
assigned.
1
Look for the address under the TCP/IP heading on
the network setup page you printed in “Printing a
network setup page” on page 21.
2
Go to “Verifying the IP settings” on page 24 and
begin with step 2.
Note: You can find instructions for other methods of setting the IP address in the online documentation on
the drivers CD that shipped with your printer.
If your network is not using DHCP, then you must manually
assign an IP address. One of the easiest ways is to use
the operator panel:
1
Press Menu until you see Network Menu, and then
press Select.
2
Press Menu until you see Standard Network, and
then press Select.
Standard Network appears if you purchased a
printer with an on-board network port. If you have an
optional MarkNet card installed in Slot 1, you see
Network Option 1. If the card is installed in Slot 2,
you see Network Option 2.
3
Press Menu until you see Std Net Setup, and then
press Select.
4
Press Menu until you see TCP/IP, and then press
Select.
5
Press Menu until you see Set IP Address, and then
press Select.
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6
Change the address by pressing Menu to increase
(or decrease) each number. Press Select to move
to the next segment. Press Select when you are
finished.
The message Saved appears briefly.
Verifying the
IP settings
7
Press Menu until you see Set IP Netmask, and then
press Select.
8
Repeat step 6 to set the IP Netmask.
9
Press Menu until you see Set IP Gateway, and then
press Select.
10
Repeat step 6 to set the IP Gateway.
11
When you are finished, press Go to return the
printer to the Ready state.
1
Print another network setup page and make sure
the IP Address, Netmask, and Gateway are what
you expected.
Use the information in “Printing a network setup
page” on page 21 if you need help.
2
Ping the printer and verify that it responds.
For example, at a command prompt on a network
computer type “ping” followed by the new printer IP
address:
ping xxx.xxx.xxx.xx
If the printer is active on the network, you will
receive a reply.
Configure for
Pull Printing (ImageQuick)
If your printer has an optional ImageQuick™ firmware card
installed, you can configure for Pull Printing once an IP
address has been assigned to your printer.
For detailed configuration instructions, refer to the online
documentation on the ImageQuick CD. The ImageQuick
CD is shipped with printers that have the optional
ImageQuick firmware card preinstalled, and also with the
firmware card if you purchased it separately.
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Step 7: Install printer drivers
A printer driver is software that lets your computer communicate with your printer.
The following table is a quick guide to finding the specific
instructions you need.
Type of printer installation
Network environment or operating system
Page
Network
Windows
25
(Ethernet or Token-Ring connections)
(Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000)
Macintosh
26
UNIX/Linux
27
NetWare
27
Local
Windows
28
(parallel or USB connections)
(Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000)
Macintosh
28
UNIX/Linux
29
Network printing
Windows
The following instructions explain how to install printer
drivers on printers attached to a network.
Ports
The following network printer ports are supported:
•
Microsoft IP port (Windows NT 4.0 and Windows
2000)
•
Lexmark network port (Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, and Windows 2000)
Printer drivers
Note: Using the Lexmark T522 custom printer driver and
a Lexmark network port provides enhanced functionality, such as printer status alerts.
The following printer drivers are supported:
•
Windows system printer driver
•
Lexmark T522 custom printer driver
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System drivers are built into Windows operating systems.
Custom drivers are available on the drivers CD.
Updated system and custom drivers are available on the
Lexmark Web site at www.lexmark.com/drivers.
Printing methods
The following network printing methods are supported:
•
Direct IP printing
•
Shared printing (point and print, peer-to-peer)
Creating ports and installing drivers
Read the detailed instructions on the drivers CD. Click
View documentation and look for network printer installation.
If you choose to install without using the instructions on
the drivers CD, you need a basic understanding of network printing on TCP/IP networks, printer driver installation, and the process involved in adding new network
ports.
Macintosh
Your Lexmark T522 printer connects automatically to
AppleTalk networks and becomes readily visible to other
network clients.
You must create a printer object (icon) on the desktop of
each network client using the LaserWriter 8 printer driver
and the Lexmark T522 PostScript Printer Description
(PPD) file.
Note: A PostScript PPD file provides detailed information
about the capabilities of a printer to UNIX or Macintosh drivers or applications.
A printer object (icon) must be created on the desktop of
each network client using the LaserWriter 8 printer driver
and the Lexmark T522 PostScript Printer Description
(PPD) file.
Specific information about installing the printer on your
AppleTalk network is found in the online documentation on
the drivers CD that shipped with your printer.
A Lexmark PPD Installer is provided in the downloadable
Web package available on the Lexmark Web site at
www.lexmark.com.
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Depending upon which drivers CD shipped with your
printer, you may also find this software on the drivers CD.
Launch this utility and follow the instructions to install the
PPDs. Send a test print job when you have finished.
UNIX/Linux
Your printer supports many UNIX platforms, such as Sun
Solaris and Linux.
Note: The Sun Solaris package is located both on the
drivers CD and on the Lexmark Web site at
www.lexmark.com/drivers.
Lexmark provides a printer driver package for each supported UNIX platform containing all the necessary drivers
and PPDs. The user’s guide contained in each package
gives detailed instructions for installing and using Lexmark
printers in UNIX environments.
You can download these printer driver packages from Lexmark’s Web site at www.lexmark.com/drivers. Depending
on which drivers CD shipped with your printer, you may
also find the driver package you need on the CD.
NetWare
Your Lexmark T522 printer works with both Novell Distributed Print Services (NDPS) and regular queue-based NetWare environments.
Novell Distributed Print Services (NDPS)
If you have an NDPS environment, we recommend you
install the Lexmark NDPS IP Gateway. The gateway tightly
integrates your printers with NDPS so you can easily monitor, control, and print to them.
You can get the gateway, the snap-ins, the support files,
and a white paper with installation instructions on the Web
at www.lexmark.com/networking/ndps.html.
Additional information about network printer installation
can be found at www.lexmark.com/publications or on the
drivers CD that shipped with your printer.
Non-NDPS (queue-based)
For the latest information about Lexmark support for nonNDPS (queue-based) environments, click View Documentation on the drivers CD and look for network printer instal-
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lation. This documentation is also available on the
Lexmark Web site at www.lexmark.com/publications.
Local printing
Windows
The following instructions explain how to install a printer
driver on a printer attached to a computer using a parallel
or USB connection.
Supported connections
The following printer connections are supported:
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Parallel (Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0,
and Windows 2000)
•
USB (Windows 98/Me and Windows 2000)
Note: Using the Lexmark T522 custom printer driver provides enhanced functionality, such as printer status
alerts.
Printer drivers
The following printer drivers are supported:
•
Windows system printer driver
•
Lexmark T522 custom printer driver
System drivers are built into Windows operating systems.
Custom drivers are available on the drivers CD.
Updated system and custom drivers are available at
www.lexmark.com/drivers.
Installation instructions
Read the detailed online instructions on the drivers CD.
Click View documentation and look for information about
local printer installation. Detailed instructions are provided
for parallel and USB connections.
Macintosh
If you are setting up the printer for local printing, you need
to install the Lexmark T522 PPD and use it with the LaserWriter 8 printer driver or the Adobe PostScript driver.
The Lexmark T522 PPD and specific information about
local printer installation on Macintosh computers can be
found on the drivers CD that shipped with your printer.
After the printer is installed, print a test page to verify your
printer is correctly set up.
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UNIX/Linux
Your printer supports many UNIX platforms, such as Sun
Solaris and Linux.
Note: The Sun Solaris package is located both on the
drivers CD and on the Lexmark Web site at
www.lexmark.com/drivers.
Lexmark provides a printer driver package for each supported UNIX platform containing all the necessary drivers
and PPDs. The user’s guide contained in each package
gives detailed instructions for installing and using Lexmark
printers in UNIX environments.
All the driver packages support local printing using a parallel connection. The driver package for Sun Solaris systems also supports USB connections to Sun Ray
appliances and Sun workstations.
You can download these printer driver packages from Lexmark’s Web site at www.lexmark.com/drivers. Depending
on which drivers CD shipped with your printer, you may
also find the driver package you need on the CD.
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