I had a client who was having issues installing the Dell v715w All in One printer on Mac OSx 10.7.4 Lion.
Dell doesn’t actually manufacture their own printers, they have Lexmark make them, and they slap their name on them. Needless to say, Dell doesn’t announce that to many people, and those having a hard time getting their printers to work tend to find themselves at at dead end. In order to use the Dell v715w AIO you need to download and use lexmark pro700 driver from here and download also need Gutenprint for Mac OS X.
Install the Gutenprint first, then install the lexmark pro700 driver, and you should able to print to the Dell v715w AIO from your Mac.
I’m sure I am not the only one having this issue, but have yet to find anyone reporting it online. I was receiving Error 3004 when upgrading to iOS6.
This can mean a few things:
- Apple’s servers are swamped due to the rush of people looking to upgrade; try it again in a few minutes.
- You are using an outdated version of iTunes. This was my issue. Although iTunes prompted me to upgrade my phone and let me download iOS6, when the progress got all the way to the end, it failed the upgrade. As soon as I updated iTunes to version 10.7, I was able to successfully upgrade to iOS6.
Another error I received: “( ERROR ) An unknown error occurred (6)”
- This one actually stumped me, and got me stuck in recovery mode. I made sure my hosts file wasn’t blocking Apple’s servers (through TinyUmbrella; sometimes the Hosts file is set to use cydia’s host)
- I was upgrading from a jailbroken iOS 5.1.1 – Every time a New OS comes out, it is always in your best interest to do a full restore.
- As soon as I did the full restore, I was able to get it working.