@QNAP - update compatibility list

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abaddon
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@QNAP - update compatibility list

Post by abaddon » Sat Oct 01, 2011 6:43 pm

Hi,

I just wanted to tell you that these device also work and would look good on the compatibility list on your website:
So please add these, i can confirm that these work!

USB Printer Compatibility List
Canon iP6700D plus mediaslot fully working!!

Network Camera Compatibility List
Surveillance station works perfect! (it was on the list btw)
Panasonic BL-C111
(Thanks Qnapalex for the firmware!)

Digital Media / Music Player Compatibility List
Twonkymedia streams perfect to my Full HD plasma 3D TV - Panasonic TX-50VT30
As for any (GT / VT series) Panasonic TV because of the good builtin mediaplayer!!

Keep up the good work!
QNAP TS-659 Pro firmware [Beta] 3.6.0 Build1228 - 2GB RAM :grin:
6x 2TB Samsung 204UI

jazzman
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Re: @QNAP - update compatibility list

Post by jazzman » Sun Oct 09, 2011 10:02 pm

Thanks for the heads-up. I have the same printer connected to QNAP 459 Pro+. It is a Mac running OSX Lion. I can print a test page from the driver no problems. However I can not print anything from any of my applications. QNAP lists my printer on the admin page but does not recognise the print job at all. Strange.

Any pointers most appreciated. Thanks.

abaddon
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Re: @QNAP - update compatibility list

Post by abaddon » Fri Oct 21, 2011 5:38 am

Hi Jazzman,

check out this page:
http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/c ... ndSoftware

Select drivers and software
Select Mac OSX 10.7
And install onto your mac
Then your printer will work
And afterwards there is also now an update available through if you click on software update.

Good luck!
QNAP TS-659 Pro firmware [Beta] 3.6.0 Build1228 - 2GB RAM :grin:
6x 2TB Samsung 204UI

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