Well, it's not Lexmark drivers you're looking for specifically. Depending on what version of OS X you are using you may not need to install any drivers. download any drivers. But we'll start with people using OS X 10.4:
Download the driver for the DocuPrint C525 from here:http://www.fujixerox.com.au/support/drivers/307
Double click the icon to install after it downloads. When the install is finished you can delete the installer.
From the Apple menu open System Preferences and select Print & Fax.
Click the + to add a printer.
Select IP Printer.
Select for the Protocol: Line Printer Daemon - LPD
Type the IP address: 192.168.1.177 or whatever it happens to be assigned on your network. You may need a Windows machine to configure an IP address OR you can look at your routers DHCP table for where it was assigned. After you know this you can actually log into the printer from your web browser to change any settings.
Name the printer “color laser” or whatever you’d like it to be.
For Print Using select: FX
Next select FX DocumPrint C525 A-AP v1.2 in the box below.
On the next screen you must select 250 Sheet Feeder is as an option. Otherwise it will only manual feed.
Paper Source is not automatically selected on this printer. It won’t print unless you set it. This is found in the printer options called Printer Features. The paper should menu should be set to Auto or 250 Sheet Feeder.
Do a Save As… for the Printer Profile. So you don’t have to check this every time the set that Profile as the Default.
The steps for OS X 10.5 are nearly the same. The difference is that you don’t have to download the driver from the website.
I installed the Dell printer on a Mac Powerbook using these instructions and routed it via my wireless print server. It worked perfectly even though my system is OSX 10.3.9
I´m trying to install on my system via Airport express, my os is 10.5.5. Tried this solution, but software want install on my system. Anybody know what to do.
Your Airport Express is a Network small Nat router type of device. You have to port forward (allow) IPs from outside it's internal network to get to a device inside the device. That is called Port Forwarding. Here is Apple's "Well Known" TCP and UDP Ports Used By Apple Software Products document.
Without knowing much more about AE (I use a LinkSys Router), I cannot walk you through all of the steps, but hopefully this will point you in the right direction. Google port forwarding and static IPs for Apple Airport Express. You're bound to find more than any Dell support forum.
Hi Guys, I had trouble doing this using OS X Lion 10.7.2. When I went to print, the printer light would come on as if it received the print command, but nothing. Anyone know what the fix is?
Would appreciate it!