I use Mac OS X 10.11.6 (El Capitan) and I would like to find and install a printer driver for an old samsung ML-1210 printer. Can anyone help If yes, please tell me in simple terms, because I am not computer savvy!
Since it supports Linux, You can try a generic CUPS driver. I found this article How to install the Samsung ML-1210 printer on Mac OS X Lion (and higher). It uses an open source driver (not supported/provided by Samsung).
I have the same exact printer and I use it with multiple OSs.With Linux and Windows it gets recognized instantly and you can print without problems.With Mac (Big Sur) there is NO WAY to get it working (even GutenPrint does not provide drivers for ML-1210 but only for ML-1250).So you have 2 solutions, and I've tried both of them:
If the driver listed is not the right version or operating system, search our driver archive for the correct version. Enter Samsung ML-1210 into the search box above and then submit. In the results, choose the best match for your PC and operating system.
Once you have downloaded your new driver, you'll need to install it. In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
Samsung ML-1210 offers feature rich capabilities in a high quality, reliable printer that is ideal for any office environment. Print, copy, scan and fax capabilities help you accomplish all necessary tasks with just one machine, To download, select the best match for your device. Then click the Download button.
Are you looking driver or manual for a Samsung ML-1210 Printer Do you have the latest drivers for your Samsung ML-1210 PrinterYou can see device drivers for a Samsung Printers below on this page.Please select the correct driver version and operating system of Samsung ML-1210 device driver and click view details link below to view more detailed driver file info.
Free download and instructions for installing the Samsung * ML-1210 Monochrome Laser Printer Driver for Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP 64-bit, Windows Vista 64-bit. For those who have lost the installation CD.*Please note that this website is not affiliated with Samsung * in any way.The SiliconGuide Driver Database is an organised and easy to use compilation of hyperlinks to drivers which are stored on servers operated by the manufacturers of these devices.
To install the Samsung * ML-1210 Monochrome Laser Printer driver, download the version of the driver that corresponds to your operating systemby clicking on the appropriate link above. A window should then show up asking you where you would like to save the file. Save the driver file somewhereon your computer where you will be easily able to find it, such as your desktop. Then follow the instructions below corresponding to the file type that youdownloaded
If your printer was originally made before around 1996, you may be able to find a driver for it onCorel's driver download page. Go to the page; find your printer; download the self-extracting driver file.
Please read the general notes on these drivers and the frequently-asked questions and the advice on which printer to buy before you do anything else! Don't ignore this paragraph! If you don't know how todownload and install a printer driver, read the instructions.
If you have a PostScript printer for which no specific WPDOS driver exists, you can probably use almost any standard PostScript driver. For monochrome printing, the Apple LaserWriter IINTX is always a safe choice; the Xerox DocuTech 135 driver gives access to a wide range of sheet sizes. For color printing, try the Tektronix Phaser ColorQuick driver. These drivers may be downloaded from Corel's driver download page; search for the printers by name. For PostScript Level 3printers, try the generic drivers available from thispage.
A full list of older WordPerfect printer drivers available from Corel's driver download page may befound in thisself-extractingprinter list archive from Corel's web site. A list of supported soft fontsmay be found in another self-extractingfont list archive from the same site.
PostScript Level 3 printers (including some recent models from HP, Lexmark,and many other vendors) include 136 resident fonts. If you have a PostScriptLevel 3 printer, and wish to use these fonts with WPDOS, pleasedownload this self-extracting archive (WP51-PS3.EXE) (98KB; updated 30 April 2003) containing newly-developed generic drivers for color and monochrome models. These are preliminary versions of the drivers, and comments and corrections will be welcome. (Help! How do I install these printer drivers)
If you own any of the LaserJet models listed below, please download this WP51HPLJ.ZIP archive (updated 9 February 2017) containing newly-developeddrivers for the printers listed below in PCL mode (the default mode). The drivers for the 4000 and higher-numbered models include support for all 80fonts in the printer's hardware. The euro symbol is supported in printers thatinclude the euro symbol in hardware (starting with the HP LaserJet 1200, 2100, 3200, 4050, and8100 models). See this site's euro page for instructionson using the euro symbol. Other solutions for using the euro with any printer may be found on the same page. These drivers are written by the author of this site, and are not endorsed or supported by Corel, Hewlett Packard, or anyone else. (Help! How do I install these printer drivers)
Supported printer families supported by the drivers in the WP51HPLJ.ZIP archive are listed below. (Updated 9 February 2017 to correct an error that printed an initial blank page in some circumstances.) Note that a LaserJet \"series\" includes all models that begin with the listed number, so that the \"HP LaserJet 4200 series\" includes the LaserJet 4200n, 4200tn, 4200dtn, 4200dtns, 4200dtnsl, etc. Please do not ask me for drivers for earlier models such as the HP LaserJet Series II, III, 4, and 5; those drivers may be found on your original WP printer disks and may also be downloaded fromCorel's printer driver page.
HP also supplies bitmap and scalable soft fonts that contain the euro symbol, andwhich may be used with printers that lack built-in euro support (see details onthis site's euro page). The driver file contains a genericdriver (\"HP LJ Basic w/Euro Soft Fonts\") that will download and support these soft fonts if you have them on yourdisk.
If, and only if, you use a non-Windows operating system (like NetWare over DOS), and if, and only if, a page of nonsense characters like \"12345-X\" is printed at the end of your WPDOS print jobs, download and install the printer drivers in this self-extracting archive (WP51LJNW.EXE) (79KB; updated 6 November 2003). It contains drivers named \"HP LaserJet 4x00 (PCL) NO PJL\" (for the HP LaserJet 4000, 4100, 4200, 4300, etc.) and \"HP LaserJet 8x00 (PCL) NO PJL)\" (for the HP LaserJet 8000, 8100, etc.).
If you use the PostScript mode available (in some cases as an optional add-on) with the HP LaserJet 6M, 1200, 1300, 2100, 2200, P2050 (and P2055) P3005, M3025, M3027, 3050, 3300, 4000, 4050, 4100, 4200, 4300, M4345,P3005, P3015, P4010, P4410, M5025, M5035, 5100, 5200, 8000, 8100, or 9000 series, or the HP Color LaserJet CP1218, 2500, 2550, 2605, 3700, 4500, 4600, or 4650 series, you maydownload a self-extracting archive (WP51PS4K.EXE) (58 KB; updated 24 October 2010) containing generic drivers for these printers. All 80 internal fonts are supported in the drivers for the models that include 80 fonts (the standard PostScript 35 plus 45 additional fonts from HP); theofficial Corel and HP drivers for earlier HP PostScript printers support only the standard 35 PostScript fonts.
Hewlett Packard no longer supplies WordPerfect drivers for its printers. If you own any of the LaserJet models listed below, please download this self-extracting archive (WP51HPCO.EXE) (111KB; updated 20 April 2017) containing newly-developed drivers. Both PCL and PostScript modes are supported, and all drivers include support in both PCL and PostScript mode for all 80 fonts in theprinter's hardware; the euro symbol is fully supported. Seethis site's euro page for instructions on using the eurosymbol. Other solutions for using the euro with any printer may be found on the same page. These drivers are written by the author of this site, and are notendorsed or supported by Corel, Hewlett Packard, or anyone else. (Help! How do I install these printer drivers)
If you own any of the followingLexmark laser printers, please download either thisself-extracting archiveof PCL drivers (WP51LPCL.EXE) (92KB; updated 1 July 2004) or this self-extracting archive of PostScript drivers (WP51LXPS.EXE) (114KB; updated 21 June 2001), each containing newly-developed drivers.I have tried to include complete support for the extensive sets of residentfonts in recent Lexmark models. Compared witholder WordPerfect drivers, these drivers also include improved support for non-Englishcharacters, and add support for the euro symbol. Seethis site's euro page for instructions on using the euro symbol. These drivers include data from Lexmark's combinedPCLand PostScript driver for the Optra S series (apparently still available on the web by searching for a file named \"59wp51_e.exe\"), but the drivers for other models are written by the author of this site, and are notendorsed or supported by Corel, Lexmark, or anyone else. (Help! How do I install these printer drivers)
Brother. The Netherlands office of Brother International created WPDOS 5.1 drivers for a wide range ofolderBrotherinkjet and laser printers. After downloading the self-extracting file, run the file in a temporary directory, then run the extracted WP51ALL.EXE file to extract the .ALL files that contain the printer drivers; copy the .ALL files to your WP printer file directory (to find out what this directory is, use Shift-F1, Location of Files). 153554b96e