Xerox Versalink B7035 Driver
How to Install the Xerox VersaLink B7035 Driver?
If you are having problems with your Xerox VersaLink B7035 printer, you may be looking for the corresponding driver. The good news is that the driver you need is available for Windows 10, 11, and Mac. You can download the driver for this printer from kingofdriver.com. You can use the link provided below to install the Xerox Versalink B7035 driver.
Installation of Xerox Versalink B7035 driver:
If you want to install a Xerox Versalink B7025 driver on your computer, you must first install the printer’s software. You can download the necessary driver from kingofdriver.com, an online site that provides drivers for various devices. You can also download the Xerox Versalink B7035 driver for Mac. The driver package includes Windows drivers and Mac OS X drivers.
The installation process will create two print queues on your computer. One is the name you chose during the installation process, and the other is cryptic. You should always use the one with the name you chose during installation. The second queue is an additional driver that provides you with an option selection box. You should not print to this queue unless you’re sure you have the right driver installed.
Uninstallation of Versalink B7035 driver:
You can follow these steps to uninstall the Xerox Versalink B7025 driver. The procedure depends on the operating system you are using. If you are using Windows, you can use the PCL6 V3 or V4 Print Driver, while for Mac OS X you need to install the PostScript kit. After you install the driver, you must re-define the printer in System Preferences.
Open the Print Management window. Click on Custom Filters. From the right pane, click All Drivers. Select Xerox Versalink B7035 and press the Delete button. Afterward, the printer will be powered off. Then, connect the printer to the PC and perform the uninstallation. The printer will begin to work properly. This step is very simple and will save you time and energy.
Linux Intel drivers for Xerox Versalink B7035:
Xerox printers are commonly leased through the University, and they all use the same Linux Intel driver package. You can find the package on Xerox’s download page. The package contains an rpm or deb file that will install the drivers in a directory called /opt/Xerox. Double-click the downloaded file to start the decompression process.
After the installation is complete, you will see two print queues. One is the name of your printer, and the other is more cryptic. You should use the print queue with the name you chose during installation. If you accidentally click the second print queue, you may accidentally print to the wrong one. To avoid this, make sure you use the first print queue. Otherwise, you will encounter problems with your printer.