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Many products are supported in Mac OS X by a driver available on the Epson website; other products may have inbox driver support. For optimum performance, we recommend using the latest driver from the Epson website, where available.
Mac OS X Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8) and Mavericks (10.9) are only available to download from the Apple Store. Therefore they are not supplied with an installation CD-Rom. See the following articles related to Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion:
Apple Software Update requires an active internet connection.
All-In-One software: Only printer drivers are distributed via Software Update.
Check the Epson website for a driver, searching under Mac OS X - Power PC or Mac OS X - Intel.
To check your Mac's CPU and OS Version, click on Apple > About this Mac. For a guide, see Related Article How to check the OS Version in Mac OS X.
Follow the instructions below if one of the following is true:
Check the Apple article for your OS version to see if your printer's driver is part of the Epson Printer Drivers package:
If your printer is listed on the Apple website with EPSON under the Install Package column, then an Epson inbox driver is available.
If only a 'Gimp-Print' or 'Gutenprint' driver is available, you can install this but there may be limitations to this driver. We cannot support or guarantee the functionality of third party drivers.
If your Mac was pre-installed with OS X and you do not have a restore/install CD or DVD, the Epson printer drivers should already be installed on your system. Move to the next section to add the printer.
If your Mac was not pre-installed with OS X, and a custom install of OS X was performed, the Epson printer driver package may not be installed. If you would like to install any of the optional printer drivers after installing Mac OS X, follow the instructions below.
The Retail disc is the Mac OS X Install DVD. If you have an Install disc (the disc that came with your Mac), make sure it is the correct disc.
/Volumes/(name of your CD or DVD)/System/Installation/Packages
Then click Go
10.3: You will have a choice between EpsonPrinterDrivers1.pkg and EpsonPrinterDrivers2.pkg.
10.2: If you cannot locate this file, double-click AdditionalPrinterDrivers.mpkg. Follow step 2 under section 'Install from disc menu' for guidance.
Alternatively, you can use the Optional Installs Installer via the disc menu:
10.5 and 10.6:
Double-click Optional Installs.
In the Optional Installs folder, double-click the Optional Installs icon.
For Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6), click on the arrow next to Printer Support and check the box for Epson Printer Drivers. To install all printer drivers including PPDs, check the box next to Printer Support then click Install.
Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6): The latest Epson Printer Driver package is made available via Apple's Software Update.
Run Software Update from the Apple menu to obtain drivers for products labelled "Inbox**" in Related Article "Epson and Snow Leopard - Mac OS X 10.6".
Apple have also made the latest Epson Printer Drivers update for Mac OS X 10.6.x available to download from their website. See the following link: http://support.apple.com/kb/DL900
See the following Related Article for a guide:
When the Mac has restarted, open the Print Center or Print & Fax and add the printer, selecting the printer under either EPSON USB, EPSON FireWire, EPSON TCP/IP, or EPSON AppleTalk in the printer browser. See one of the following Related Articles for help:
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