Printer Models

Derring Hall:
  • Mailroom 1: KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 458
  • Mailroom 2: KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 958

To receive printer IP information, please contact Biology IT office at biohelp@vt.edu.

To print to the photocopiers:

  1. Download postscript or PCL printer driver specific to your computer from the website:  http://onyxweb.mykonicaminolta.com/OneStopProductSupport/

For Macs:

  1. Run the installer that you downloaded in step 1.
  2. Go to the System Preferences and click “Printers & Scanners”
  3. At the bottom of the printer list on the left, Click the “+”
  4. Click “IP” and fill out the following information:
  • Address: Enter in the copier IP address (see above)
  • Protocol: Line Printer Daemon
  • Queue: leave blank
  • Name: Anything you want
  • Location: Anything you want
  • Use: Click the drop down menu and select “Select Software…” Then find and select the KONICA MINOLTA driver specific to the printer model you’re trying to install (458 for Mailroom 1 or 958 for Mailroom 2)
  1. Click “Add” once the correct driver is selected
  2. For the Mailroom 1 printer, on the next window, select “PC-410” as the paper source unit and “FS-536” for the finisher. For the Mailroom 2 printer, on the next window, select “LU-303” as the paper source unit, “FS-537” as the finisher, and “PK-523 (2/3-Hole)” as the punch unit.
  3. Click “OK” and the printer should now be added.

For Windows:

  1. Run the installer that you downloaded in step 1.
  2. Agree to the user agreement, and select “Install printers/MFPs” and click “Next”.
  3. Select “Specify manually” and then select “IPv4, IPv6 Address/IP Host Name:” and enter the IP address of the printer you want to install (see above)
  4. Click “OK” and then “Next”
  5. If given a list of drivers, deselect all except for one ending in PS or PCL and click “Next”
  6. Click “Install” and on the final screen, you’re given the options to rename the printer and alter its default settings.
  7. First, rename the printer to whatever you want so that you can easily recognize its name.
  8. Now we will need to save your lab’s 4-digit copy code into the printer settings by selecting “Print Settings” and then under the “Basic” tab, selecting “Authentication/Account Track…”.
  9. Leave “Department Name” empty and enter your copy code into the “Password” box. Then click “OK” twice.
  10. Click Finish and you are done.