Macintosh OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) Driver for Fiery Products
Release of the Macintosh OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) Driver for Fiery Products
the release of the Macintosh OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) Driver for Fiery products. This driver also supports Macintosh OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), 10.7 (Lion) and 10.8 (Mountain Lion).
The Macintosh OS X 10.9 installers are signed installers. These installers may run certificate validation over the network to check the Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL). Users may experience slowness in driver installation based on their network configuration.
imagePASS-A1 imagePRESS Server A1100
imagePASS-H1 imagePRESS Server A2100
imagePASS-B1 imagePRESS Server A3100
imagePASS-U1 imagePRESS Server A1200
imagePASS-A2 imagePRESS Server A2200
imagePASS-B2 imagePRESS Server A3200
ColorPASS GX200 imagePRESS Server A1300
ColorPASS GX300 v1 imagePRESS Server A2300
ColorPASS GX300 v2 imagePRESS Server A3300
ColorPASS GX400 imagePRESS Server K100
imagePRESS Server J100 imagePRESS Server K200
imagePRESS Server T1 imagePRESS Server Z1
imagePRESS Server Q2 imagePRESS Server J200
Macintosh OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, and 10.9
Note: If an older EFI Fiery printer driver is installed, use the Fiery Software Uninstaller included with this updated driver to remove it before installing the updated driver. The previous driver may cause printing conflicts if not properly removed. Driver
1. Copy the compressed driver zip file to your desktop and uncompress the zip file containing the .dmg file.
2. Double click the .dmg file to mount it.
3. Open the mounted location, then the User Software folder and double click the Fiery Driver Installer
and follow the on-screen instructions.
4. Once completed add the printer as you normally would.
1. While adding a printer and selecting the "Internet Printing Protocol" (IPP printing), the "hold" queue is not available. Specify "print" or "direct" queue in the "Queue" field.
2. If an older Macintosh OS v10.7.x is upgraded to Macintosh OS v10.9.x, it is required to remove the previous installation of the driver using the Fiery Software Uninstaller and reinstall the driver.
3. While printing from an application, switching between different print queues consecutively during the same print session may cause this application to crash. This is an Apple OS specific issue and is reported to Apple for resolution.
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