Currently Being ModeratedFeb 13, 2014 3:31 PM (in response to Charlene444)
I don't see that printer on the list here:
So the coordination between this printer and your Apple product will be marginal at best.
Actually, I checked the Epson website and could not find this printer either.
The above is not exactly right ... it turns out you said 3240 in your title (which does not exist), but 3540 in the body of your message (which does exist).
Anyway, check the Epson website.
Message was edited by: sberman
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 13, 2014 3:32 PM (in response to Charlene444)
Now that I see you're really talking about a 3540 (not 3240!), this driver set should work:
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 23, 2014 6:40 AM (in response to sberman)
I have had this issue specially after the printer goes idle and have had to resetup the wifi everytime which is a PIA. I just did it a different way then the directions to have my mac point to the specific network IP address and things worked great now!
If your issue is that when you go to print... the mac isnt finding the printer... try this:
1. Go to your printer and click on the wifi setup menu on the touch screen (assuming you have already setup your printer to connect to your wifi router)
2. scroll down and click on wifi\network status
3. scroll down and not the IP address
4. Go to your Mac > System Preferences > Print & Scan
5. Click the "-" to remove the current printer setup you have for the Epson (this should delete the profile from your list of printers)
6. click the "+" to add a new printer
7. On the popup window... the top icon menus are Default, Fax, IP, Windows... click on the IP menu tab
8. enter the IP address you noted from your printer in the adress field (ex. 10.0.0.12)
9. Your mac will automaticaly see if it can connect... once it does, click the "Add" button.
Your Mac will now know where to look on the network to connect to your printer. For some reason these steps are not listed in the directions and I just happen to try it myself and it has worked for me.