The most common reason for downloading the latest Canon MP510 driver package is when users are unable to install the drivers from their Canon Pixma MP510 software CD. In this post, we are offering Canon MP510 driver download links of Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Server 2000 to 2016 32 bit & 64-bit versions, Linux, and Mac operating systems.
Apple delivers third-pary software for scanners and printers via Software Update. Simply connect the printer or scanner to the Mac. If software is needed and available, OS X will automatically download and install it.
Given the notes I wrote down about the cd not being usable, I might have downloaded some new software then. But maybe all that is needed is already included (see also /Library/Printers/Canon/BJPrinter/Utilities/) and all that's to be done is go to System Preferences, Print & Fax to add a new printer. Here, go to More Printers, wait until "Searching for installed printer drivers" completes and select Canon IJ Network, which should then detect your printer.
Note: using the old Canon software, like described in the original hint, may very well be a better idea! [ Reply to This | # ] Get the drivers from Apple Authored by: gloubibou on Aug 28, '09 01:48:03PM [link:] _Printer_Drivers_for_Mac_OS_X_v10_6BTW, I had previously grabbed the CUPS driver for my MX850 from Canon and had no problems installing it on 10.6: [link:] =ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=123&modelid=16279#DownloadDetailAct [ Reply to This | # ] Get the drivers from Apple Authored by: palahala on Aug 31, '09 02:54:52AM Note that the above link to Canon Printer Drivers for Mac OS X v10.6 actually refers to drivers already included in Snow Leopard. I doubt downloading those will change anything? [ Reply to This | # ] 10.6: Install Canon printer drivers in Snow Leopard Authored by: salvodan on Aug 28, '09 03:20:08PM Anyone have any luck getting BJNP working in Snow Leopard?I have an MX700 and while the scanner component of the driver works great over the network, the printer component only works when you connect via USB.
Issue: Will my product be supported in Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)?Solution: Mac OS X v10.6 Compatibility and Support Schedule (PIXMA MP All-in-one Ink Jet Printers)Mac OS X v.10.6As of July 2009, the All-In-One Inkjet Printers with Mac OS X v10.6 support are shown below.Note: Products not listed below will not be supported in Mac OS X v10.6.All-In-One Inkjet Printers to support Mac OS X v10.6MP Series:MP130, MP140, MP150, MP160, MP170, MP180, MP190, MP210, MP240, MP250, MP450, MP460, MP470, MP480, MP490, MP500, MP510, MP520, MP530, MP560, MP600, MP610, MP620, MP750, MP760, MP780, MP800, MP800R, MP810, MP830, MP950, MP960, MP970, MP980Release Schedule for Mac OS X v10.6 supporting Software -The software / drivers to support Mac OS X v10.6 will be uploaded to our download Web site 2 or 3 weeks after the Mac OS X v10.6 release.Hopefully this new supported driver comes out soon.... Seems like at least one of the 64bit driver support issues Microsoft was having with Vista is hitting Mac also. [ Reply to This | # ] 10.6: Install Canon printer drivers in Snow Leopard Authored by: PizzaCake on Aug 30, '09 08:35:47AM This could be a good generic hint how to get around the OS version check in package installers. Twain SANE scanner driver packages don't recognise 10.6 and so won't install. This hopefully gets around this issue, so thanks!
I have a CANON PIXMA MX-850 network connected. Was working fine, on 10.5, upgrade to 10.6 deleted my printers. After that the Canon showed up as a scanner only. Same behavior everyone else is seeing. Very annoying.Go directly to canon and load their latest and greatest drivers. The released a bunch of new software in Sept of 2009. This still didn't resolve the issue. On a lark I downloaded the IJ Network took again. That is the tool that lets you set your printers network settings remotely. It installed, forced a reboot ran the software and I just confirmed the settings that it found. After that my printer showed up in the default list after that. Seems to work fine now.Rod
After an afternoon of frustration I finally succeeded in making my Canon LBP5000 printer work as a network printer in OS X.10.5.8 [the solution should work for 10.6 as well]1. I downloaded the CAPT Printer Driver Ver.3.10 for Mac OS X 10.4/10.5/10.6 from here: -nz.canon.co.nz/contents/NZ/EN/0900772205.html 2. installed the driver3. In "Print&Fax" I added a printer, clicked on the "More Printers" tab, selected "Canon IP (CUPS CAPT) on the drop-down menu, entered the IP number of my network printer, selected my "Canon LBP5000 CAPT" printer in the "Product" window and clicked on Add4. Now the IP of my network printer was listed in "Print&Fax" and I was able to print
Well after hours of trying to install the Canon MP 620 driver on her Mac book with snow leopard I finally figured it out!!I successfully had installed this driver on my MBP months ago, but couldn't remember exactly how I did it. It took me hours the first time as it doesn't work as it's supposed to. The secret?? go to the website and install the latest drivers, I know there are 4 pieces of software with very poor descriptions as to what they are, I just installed all of them, it still doesn't get you working. 2. Go to your printer and fax settings in preferences.3. Click the + option at the bottom of the box or list of installed printers. Make sure the printer is on4. Select the default choice at the top of the window whether it is going to be the default or not This is the KEY!!!!5 select the Canon MP620 series (00.xxxx....) which should show up in a few seconds Kind should read canonijnetwork6. Ciick add it should then come up with a dialogue and add the printer dialogue. Finally!!!I hope this helps save you many hours. 2b1af7f3a8