NOTE: These instructions work if the login name for your PC matches your Math username. This is true for most department-owned PCs. If this is not the case for you, please open up a command prompt and type whoami Contact email@example.com with the login name that was displayed.
If you use a Departmentally owned computer, you may already have the driver installed. Look in the Devices and Printers Control Panel for KM-401 or KM-ENR2. If you do not have this on a Department computer contact us. If you need the driver for a personal computer follow these steps:
- Go here to download the zip file. You will need to be logged in to your Math Google account. Click on the download icon:
- After you have downloaded the zip file, extract the files, but do not run any installers.
- In step below, when it asks you to select a printer, choose Have Disk and browse to this directory (in the files you just downloaded) \Driver\Drivers\PCL\EN\Win_x64
- Choose KOAYJJ__.inf
- It should then have the Konica Minolta as a choice.
First, make sure you are on the Math network, either via an ethernet wired connection or with the Math VPN on wireless.
Open Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Devices and Printers > and click on Add a printer
Note: If you are on Windows 10 and can't find the Control Panel, search for it in the Cortana search box. Then look for Devices and Printers.
Next, click on Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer (this window may not appear on Windows 10 - go to the next step)
Click on The printer that I want isn't listed
Next, click on Select a shared printer by name and enter the correct path to the printer in the field below the button.
|For the M401 printer||http://126.96.36.199:631/printers/KM-401|
|For the ENR2 printer||http://188.8.131.52:631/printers/KM-ENR2|
In the next window, select KONICA-MINOLTA as the Manufacturer, and KONICA MINOLTA 554eSeriesPCL as the Printer.
If you don't see these choices, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for help installing the printer. If you do see the choices, click on OK. The next window that pops up will tell you that you've successfully added the printer.
Click on Next, then you'll be given a change to print a test page. Click on Finish and you're done.