I have a MacBook Pro and couldn't figure out how to install it using the Samsung instructions and disk. Was extremely frustrated until I tried two very simple approaches - first, set aside the disk and the instruction booklet. They are completely worthless. Next, Open your Mac System Preferences, then Printers, delete or removed the Samsung printer displayed and then simply add a new printer. The Samsung should be searchable if you've already gone thru the trouble of trying to set up the printer wirelessly, and entered your network WPA during installation, etc. Otherwise, you could set it up from the printer directly. I took this step and was not only able to add the printer, but it went from annoying red "offline" light (prior to my deleting it) to green and online. I test printed and it worked fine. However, you're not done yet. The other problem is that you need to reserve the IP your printer has been given by your router. Once you reserve the IP, the printer will stay fixed, and you shouldn't have any trouble printing going forward. Hope this helps.
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