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Seeking Help Installing Canon ImagePress C6000 Print Driver

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Jan 4, 2013 2:56 PM

After upgrading to OS 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard), the Mac in our Print Shop needed to have its printer driver updated to be able to send files to a Canon ImagePress C6000 document printer. Going out to the Canon website, I see no less than a dozen different named drivers, all compatible in one degree or another with Snow Leopard and Lion. The very latest driver, UFRII_v2.43, was a no-go after an install. Talking to a Help Desk tech was also fruitless, since he couldn't promise that any particular one would work for me. PS_v3.40 and PPD_V3.35 (the next two in the long list) seem to offer more promise, since those at least look like driver names I'm familiar with and were created after a Software advisory warning of incompatibilies with 10.7 (Lion).


I'm trying to work smart and not hard on this. Does anyone have any experience with this document printer or can provide a better clue as to what sort of driver would probably work? We can call in a tech if necessary, but it seems like the sort of problem we could handle on our own—if we knew which driver is the proper one.


Thanks in advance for any assistance anyone can lend!

Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Driver installation help
  • Klaus1 Level 8 Level 8 (43,445 points)

    See if you can find the driver here:


    Printer and Scanner software available for download:



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