- Yaesu SCU-18, SCU-19, SCU-20 Programming cables. Provided here is a link to the drivers for the Yaesu programming cables used by several handhelds and mobile radios. Included are those for the SCU-18 and SCU-19 for the handhelds and the SCU-20 for the mobiles.
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From what I've read, that method will work for Windows 7 on a PC/anything that allows you to boot off of USB. I'm not sure about the new Unibody Mac's, but unfortunately the old MB/P's EFI is unable to boot legacy OS's (Windows & Linux) off of USB.
The same is probably true for the Unibody Mac's but it wouldn't hurt to try. Booting into a bootloader that allows you to boot the Windows 7 installation from a USB drive should work, this is what I'm currently trying to do to bypass the USB boot limitation on my MBP with a busted superdrive. As for BootCamp, it's nothing but a glorified partition editor that has nothing to do with the boot process. It is possible because thats how I installed Windows 7 on my Rev.
First make sure that you have first made the USB flash bootable by following the instructons in Mardak's first post an copied the Windows DVD/ISO to the flash drive as instructed. I also copied the Boot Camp drivers folder on to the flash drive as well for convenience. You need to download and install on your OSX drive. This allows more EFI options during the boot process, e.g. Booting another operating system besides OSX off of USB drive. Plug in the USB flash drive, boot your Mac, hold down Option, select the rEFIt option on the boot menu then you should see the USB drive as an option to boot.
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You also need to do the following to allow Boot Camp to run successfully under Windows 7 - you can install the drivers manually but some options like keyboard support don't work this way. 'setup.exe' works fine under W7, its the.msi package that 'setup.exe' links to that doesn't work - its this bit that does the Windows version checking. To get Boot Camp setup working correctly on W7, do the following. First off, copy the Boot Camp drivers folder to your Windows hard drive.
Download and install. Run Easy MSI Editor and open up the BootCamp.msi file from your hard drive. You'll see a table in Easy MSI. Scroll down the left hand column and delete the entry that says 'LaunchCondition'. Save and exit Easy MSI. Now run setup.exe from the drivers folder you copied to your hard drive from the Leopard DVD. The setup should run and install the neccessary drivers for your system.
Thats how did it albeit for a Rev. MBP and W7 32-bit but the procedure should work for W7 64-bit. Though I can seem to get Bluetooth pairing working properly even though Windows says everything is installed OK. You should edit BootCamp64.msi if you want the 64-bit drivers. I reformatted my USB Flash to MBR with a FAT32 partition for my MacBook5,1.
I also copied the boot directory contents under /efi/microsoft directory to /boot. I get one of these two errors from rEFIt: Error: Unsupported while loading bootmgr.efi Error: No mapping returned from cdboot.efi Should I be doing something from the rEFIt shell? (Just to clarify if it wasn't clear. I'm trying to install from a USB Flash with the contents of the Windows 7 iso - not install Windows 7 to a USB flash and boot from it. You mentioned booting a Windows drive from FAT32, but I'm not sure if that's as important for the installer.). I reformatted my USB Flash to MBR with a FAT32 partition for my MacBook5,1. I also copied the boot directory contents under /efi/microsoft directory to /boot.
I get one of these two errors from rEFIt: Error: Unsupported while loading bootmgr.efi Error: No mapping returned from cdboot.efi Should I be doing something from the rEFIt shell? (Just to clarify if it wasn't clear. I'm trying to install from a USB Flash with the contents of the Windows 7 iso - not install Windows 7 to a USB flash and boot from it. You mentioned booting a Windows drive from FAT32, but I'm not sure if that's as important for the installer.). Click to expand.Do you have access to a PC running Vista? I've got a feeling OSX isn't formatting the flash drive correctly. I did the following on my flash drive in Vista - the same procedure you linked to in your first post - and it worked for me.
If you don't try formatting the flash drive via Disk Utility to FAT32 (MS-DOS) and MBR partition map. Then drag and drop the contents of the Windows 7 ISO directly to the root directory of the flash drive. Make sure the root directory matches that of the W7 ISO exactly. Format Flash Drive Run CMD.EXE and type the following.
Note: This set of commands assumes that the USB flash drive is addressed as 'disk 1'. You should double check that by doing a list of the disks (type 'list disk') before cleaning it.
If you have multiple hard drives, like an SDFlash drive or a Multibay drive, you could end up wiping your second drive using this command. (This was a warning that Josh added to his post along with the following commands that I copied from him, so kudos to Josh) 1. Select disk 1 3. Create partition primary 5. Select partition 1 6. Format fs=fat32 8. Exit # Copy Windows Vista's DVD ROM content to the Flash Drive Simply issue the following command to start copying all the content from the Windows Vista DVD to your newly formatted high speed flash drive.
xcopy d:. /s/e/f e. Click to expand.I've got a machine with XP, but I had to install an unofficial Microsoft virtual CD tool to mount the ISO. Now when I boot up in rEFIt, it gives an option. Boot Windows from USBCARD But when I select it.
Starting legacy loader Using load options 'USB' Error: Not Found returned from legacy loader The firmware refused to boot from the selected volume. Note that external hard drives are not well-supported by Apple's firmware for legacy OS booting.
Perhaps it's something with the newest unibody MacBooks. I've got a machine with XP, but I had to install an unofficial Microsoft virtual CD tool to mount the ISO. Now when I boot up in rEFIt, it gives an option. Boot Windows from USBCARD But when I select it.
Starting legacy loader Using load options 'USB' Error: Not Found returned from legacy loader The firmware refused to boot from the selected volume. Note that external hard drives are not well-supported by Apple's firmware for legacy OS booting. Perhaps it's something with the newest unibody MacBooks. Code: Starting legacy loader Using load options 'USB' Error: Not Found returned from legacy loader The firmware refused to boot from the selected volume. Note that external hard drives are not well-supported by Apple's firmware for legacy OS booting.Although the fact that I'm on a Al MacBook too does seem to lend credence to Mardak's suggestion that it's a problem with the new MacBook, I still don't believe it.
Perhaps someone with more expertise can tell us exactly what rEFIt can't find? Mardak, if you have any progress please post, many will be grateful. Thefunkymunky, did you actually use the instructions in the first post, or did you follow a different but seemingly equivalent tutorial? Perhaps there's some nuanced step we're all skipping. When I have the opportunity, I'm going to attempt to boot a PC and a crusty old white MacBook from my USB drive, which I'm pretty sure is fine.
I'll report back here when I do. I'm trying to boot Tiny XP on a Late 2008 Aluminum 'Unibody' 2.4 GHz MacBook5,1. Many thanks, Han. Cd rw dvd rom drivers for mac.
Overview This article details the step-by-step procedures for how to install your local ( USB) or network connected Lexmark printer on your Mac Operating System. NOTE: Make sure you select your installation path below based on printer compatibility and driver type. See the to determine your printer's operating system compatibility. Installation or software update recommendations Your software/driver source is. Then for installation instructions. Installation CD for OS X 10.5 – 10.7.
Lexmark Web-downloaded driver installation for OS X 10.4 or later. Apple's Software Update for OS X 10.6 or later. NOTE:Mac OS 10.6.x and below users will see Print & Fax, Mac OS X 10.7 and Mac OS X 10.8 users will see Print & Scan, and Mac OS X 10.9 and later users will see Printers and Scanners in the instructions below. Section A: CD installation IMPORTANT: These steps apply to Mac OS X 10.5 – X 10.7 only. Step Action 1 Insert the installation disc into your Mac. 2 Double-click on the Installer icon to start the installation. 3 Follow the instructions that you see on your computer screen.
4 The installation process ends with the Printer Setup screen of the Lexmark Setup Assistant. Section B: Lexmark Web Package Driver Installation (Downloadable driver from the Lexmark Website) IMPORTANT: These steps apply to Mac OS X 10.4 or later for any web driver downloaded from the Lexmark website. For more information, visit the.
Using Local (USB) connection Step Action 1 Remove any previously installed drivers by locating and running the Uninstaller application. Uninstaller location: From Finder, navigate to Mac HD Application Lexmark and double-click on Uninstaller.
2 If you have not already downloaded the latest driver, go back to the, select your printer and OS version to obtain the correct driver. Note: to view the steps on how to download the latest driver. 3 Double-click on the Install icon and follow the instructions on your computer screen. 4 The installation process ends with the Printer Setup screen of the Lexmark Setup Assistant. Using Network (Ethernet) or Wireless connection NOTE: Proceed to Step 3 if your printer is already communicating wirelessly or with an established Ethernet connection. Make sure the printer is turned ON and Ready and make sure your computer is communicating on the network.
Step Action 1 Pick a method to join your wireless network. More information. You want to use the default installation method. Note: You will need a USB cable for this method. Double-click on the Install icon. Follow the instructions on your computer screen for the network connection type being used.
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For a wireless connection example. Wi-Fi Protected Setup Your printer and wireless router supports WPS.
Optionally, you can join your network using this process. To activate WPS push button method from the printer:.
Press (Setup) Network Setup Wireless Networking Wi-Fi Protected Setup PBC. Quickly go to the wireless router to press its WPS button and wait for configuration to complete. Repeat if necessary. Go to Step 3. For more WPS information. Or, see your printer or router User's Guide.
Ethernet-to-Wireless Setup The printer is already communicating with wired Ethernet connection and you would like to switch to wireless. Obtain the printer's IP address and navigate to Settings Network/Ports Wireless to configure your security settings. Go to Step 3. For an example.
2 (if necessary) Important! If your printer is not Bonjour-enabled, you will need to obtain the printer's IP address; e.g., 192.168.0.125. To obtain the printer IP address:. Printers with touchscreens: press. Navigate to the printer's Network Menu to locate the address. Printers without touchscreens: navigate to the printer's Network Menu and locate the address.
Or, print the Network settings or Menu settings page and look under TCP/IP. 3 Add the print queue.
To do this:. From the Apple menus, navigate to either of the following: System Preferences Print & Scan or System Preferences Print & Fa x. Click on the + sign and then the Default Tab.
On the Default tab, select (highlight) the printer from the list of discovered printers. Option: For printers that do not support Bonjour, select IP tab, select Internet Protocol (IPP) or HP JetDirect Socket under the Protocol tab, and then enter the printer IP Address. The system will automatically search for the applicable driver.
Note: If the printer driver is not found, select it manually from the Print Using drop-down list. Click Others and search for your printer model's corresponding PPD file. A print queue will now be created under system preferences. To verify this: Go to System Preferences Print and Scan or System Preferences Print and Fax. Post-installation WSA NOTE: WSA locations should you need to re-run this application:. Inside the Lexmark Series installation folder. Directory path: /Library/Printers/Lexmark/2 ### folder; i.e., 2 009 for a Bonjour example.
Section C: Installing drivers bundled through Apple Software Update IMPORTANT: These steps apply to Mac OS X 10.6 or later. For more information, visit the. Using Local (USB) connection Step Action 1 Turn on the printer. 2 Attach the printer to your computer using the USB Cable. 3 If no previously installed printer is detected, a dialog will display saying, ' Would you like to download and install software for?' Click Install. 4 A print queue is automatically created in your system preferences.
To verify successful print queue creation: Go to System Preferences Print and Scan or System Preferences Print and Fax. Using Wireless or Network (Ethernet) connection Using Wireless Network Step Action 1 Make sure the printer is turned on and ready, also that it is connected to the same wireless network as with the Mac. 2 To set up your printer on the wireless network:. Use the front panel of the printer if applicable. Use the Embedded Web Server of the printer to connect to a wireless network, for more information. Use the Wireless Setup Assistant software if available, for more information.
3 Obtain the printer IP address by performing any of the following:. From the printer control panel.
From the TCP/section in the Network/menu. By printing a network setup page or menu settings page, and then finding the TCP/section. 4 Then proceed to Step 2 below. Using Network (Ethernet connection) Step Action 1 Press the power button to turn ON the printer.
2 Note: Connect the printer to your network using the Ethernet Cable (unless already connected wirelessly. From the Apple menu, navigate to either of the following: System Preferences Print & Scan System Preferences Print & Fax 3 Click on the + sign and then the Default Tab.
4 Select the Printer Name that you want to be installed. Click Add button and follow the instructions on your computer screen. 5 A print queue is automatically created in your system preferences. To verify successful print queue creation: Go to System Preferences Print and Scan or System Preferences Print and Fax. Still need help?
If you need additional assistance, please close this browser tab or go to the, type your printer model and locate Get in Touch with Lexmark! For contact information. NOTE: When calling for support, you will need the following:.
Name and version of the solution. Affected printer model/'s. Printer serial number Please be near the product/s described in this article to expedite the support process and reduce callbacks.