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I'm in shock! No driver printer Canon LBP-810 for Mac OS X + WINDOWS, you can think of? - bug-code.com Q&A

I'm in shock! No driver printer Canon LBP-810 for Mac OS X + WINDOWS, you can think of?

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Not found driver printer Canon LBP-810 for Mac OS X
The new printer to buy do not want, I loved lbp 810.
On virtualke with windows 7 64 bit, but on 64 bit too, no wood.
You can come up with for Mac OS X ? or at least windows 7 64 bit?
Thanks in advance.
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Not only for him. In discussionclub able full of such cries from all over the world, but able silent.
We just gently hint from Cupertino, and it was time to update a piece of metal... the manufacturer really wants to eat.
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On my computer for experiments there are many different systems. There are printers Canon LBP-810 and Canon LBP-1120. Both printers so simple and so easy to refuel and maintain, and parts cost a penny, throw them out the hand does not rise. To print from Windows 7, 8.1, 10 x64 and various Linux (though there is a native driver under Linux but I thought he was somehow crooked and I decided not to use) installed VirtualBox and Windows XP 32 bit (Windows XP 32 bit was visible in network in network settings choose "network bridge"). In Windows XP 32 bit installed the printer. Once you download the dev Windows XP 32 bit then you can just plug that image in other systems, respectively, create a disk image on disk that is accessible from other systems. As a network it directly to print (due to lack of drivers), installed Windows XP 32 bit the printer that has driver in Windows 7, 8.1, 10 x64, Linux. For example, something like HP LaserJet 4100 PS (postscript needed it). Using Ghostscript (used version 8.70, with older had issues) and 1.9 RedMon - Redirection Port Monitor printing with HP LaserJet 4100 PS is routed to Canon LBP-810. Once you set up and print over the network without problems. The decision is not mine here is described in more detail: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Mn5rEOlKZ3_KCS...
I think the same principle can be used for Mac OS X.
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