Konica Minolta Windows Setup

Step-by-Step

Before you begin, you will need to know your computer’s operating system. To find this information:

  • In Windows 7, click Start, then right click Computer then click Properties.
  • In Windows 10, type PC in the Windows 10 search box. Click This PC from the list that appears. In the window that appears, right click This PC in the left hand column then Properties from the menu that appears.

The information under the Windows edition heading includes the version of Windows your computer is running (i.e. Windows 7 Enterprise or Windows 10 Enterprise). The System heading has information on your version of Windows (i.e. 64 bit operating system).

Setting up a new printer is a three-step process: download the driver, install it, then configure your computer.

Download the Driver

To download drivers, go to http://onyxweb.mykonicaminolta.com/onestopproductsupport?appMode=Public?ref=dlptl

  1. Enter in Quick Search or in Category, the model of the Konica Multifunction Device you're adding to your computer (i.e. bizhub c754e)
  2. Select Drivers, then choose your operating system and click Search.
  3. Click to choose the PCL driver then choose the most recent driver.
  4. Click Ok to save the driver.

Install the Driver

Once the driver is downloaded (C:\users\netid#\downloads folder on your Computer), double click the .zip file to install it on your computer. If you’re in the same building as the copier, it should find the copier by IP address. You can then follow the prompts to add it (there’s a rename box on the last screen). You should contact your Dartmouth ITS Consultant for IP information if you do not have this on file.

Configure Your Computer

Once the correct driver is installed on your computer:

  1. Click Start then Devices and Printer (Windows 7) or Start then type Control Panel and then Devices and Printers (Windows 10)
  2. Right click the appropriate printer and choose Printer Properties.
  3. Click the Advanced tab.
  4. Click Printing Defaults
  5. For PCL drivers, this then connects you to the My Tab tab.
  6. Next to Favorite Setting, click the down arrow and choose Gray Scale.
  7. Click Apply, then OK.

Details

Article ID: 64878
Created
Tue 10/9/18 12:26 PM
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Mon 9/9/19 2:16 PM