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I think you would need to go to the Lexmark web-site and download the Mac drivers from there.
I mean it still has CUPS the common unix printing system as OSX is loosely based on Unix so you could try something there, not sure if it will make the whole unit work though as cups mainly is for printers not scanners.
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For as much clout apple gets they still dont have as much hardware support as windows does, heck I even think linux has v551w hardware support these days but thats thanks to open drivers something that apple really lacks on Edited by MadmanRB, 11 March – Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. Register mca free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.
Granted I am unsure how well it will work under a Mac, I know OSX has had a lot of under the hood changes with certain compatibility.
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Several functions may not work. For as much clout apple gets they still dont have as much hardware support as windows does, heck I even think linux has better hardware support these days but thats thanks to v515ww drivers something that apple really lacks on. A symbol shows up in the upper right hand corner an when I double click it I get an array of different selections with one of them being “install” 5v15w I double click on that and I get a list of stuff and clicking that just changes to other lists of things but no evidence of downloading.
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