Installing the Driver & Software
For Wired Network Interface Users
(For Mac OS
X 10.2.4 or greater)
Make sure that you have finished the
instructions from Step 1 Setting Up the
Machine on page 4 through 15.
Using both hands, use the plastic tabs on both
sides of the machine to lift the scanner cover
until it locks securely into the open position.
Connect the network cable to the LAN socket
marked with a
symbol. You will find the
LAN socket inside the machine on the left as
Carefully guide the network cable into the
trench as shown below, following the trench
around and toward the back of the machine.
Then, connect the cable to your network.
Make sure that the cable does not restrict the
cover from closing, or an error may occur.
If both USB and LAN cables are being used, guide
both cables through the trench with one on top of
Lift the scanner cover to release the lock ( ).
Gently push the scanner cover support
down ( ) and close the scanner cover ( ).
Make sure that the machine is turned on by
connecting the power cord.
If you have previously set up your machine for
a wireless network and then want to set it up
on a wired network, you should check that the
machine’s Network I/F is Wired LAN. The
wireless network interface will be inactive with
On your machine, press Menu.
Press a or b to choose LAN and press OK.
Press a or b to choose Network I/F and
Press a or b to choose Wired LAN and