DDST Driver
For Microsoft Windows

SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT

YOU, THE END USER, SHALL USE THIS SOFTWARE("THE SOFTWARE") ACCORDING TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT.
BY LOADING THE SOFTWARE INTO ANY COMPUTER, YOU ARE AGREEING TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS. IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT, YOU MAY NOT LOAD THIS SOFTWARE INTO ANY COMPUTER.

Grant of License

The Software is licensed for use by you for the equipment packaged with the Software or designated by its supplier ("the equipment"). You are permitted to use the Software on any computer which permits electronic access to the equipment. You are not permitted to rent or lease the Software or to transfer your rights under this license to a third party.

Acceptance

You shall be deemed to have accepted the terms of this Agreement by loading the Software into any computer.

Duration

This license is effective until terminated. The license will terminate where you fail to comply with the terms of this Agreement. Upon termination, you agree to destroy all copies of the Software and its documentation. 

Ownership of Software

You own, if any, only the magnetic media on which the Software has been delivered. It is an express condition of this Agreement that the title and ownership of the Software shall be retained by its owners.

Copying

The Software and its documentation are the subject of Copyright.
You may not make any copies nor cause others to make copies of the Software except such copies as are necessary for licensed use and one copy for operational security. Any such copies are subject to the conditions of this Agreement.
You may not modify, adapt, merge, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or create derivative works based on the whole or any part of the Software or its associated documentation.
You may be held legally responsible for any copyright infringement, unauthorized transfer, reproduction or use of the Software or its documentation.

Limitation of Warranty

The media, if any, not the Software contained therein, is warranted to the original purchaser against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase. Defective media will be replaced when it is returned to your supplier, postage prepaid, along with a copy of the purchase receipt.

THESE RIGHTS ARE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, WHETHER IN TORT, CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE. IN NO EVENT SHALL SUPPLIER, OWNER OF THE SOFTWARE OR ITS LICENSORS BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES (INCLUDING ANY FOR LOSS OF INFORMATION, PROFITS, SAVINGS OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION OR OTHER DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES) ARISING OUT OF THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE THEREOF, OR THE INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE.

Exporting Law

You acknowledge that the export of the Software is governed by the export control laws of the United States and other countries. You agree to comply with all such export control laws.

Governing Law and Jurisdiction

If any provision or portion of this Agreement shall be found to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of California, USA and is subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal District courts for the Central District of California by a judge and not a jury.

Introduction

This file describes how to set up your printer driver and contains the most up-to-date information that was available at the time of software release. For information on the Printer Driver settings and features, please check the Help file.


Contents

Supported operating systems

Getting started


Supported operating systems

32-bit architecture

64-bit architecture

Note: Hyper-V virtual machine environments are not supported.


Getting Started

(1) Installing the printer driver

1-1) Windows 10

  1. From the Start button, go to the following to initialize the "Add Printer" settings: "Settings" > "Devices" > "Printers & scanners" > "Add printers & scanners" or select "All Apps" > "Windows System" > "Control Panel" > "View devices and printers" > "Add a printer".
  2. From "Select a printer", select "The printer that I want isn't listed".
  3. Select the connection method in "Find a printer by other options" according to the printer setup wizard. The following is the procedure when "Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings" is selected.

    Below is the procedure when "Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings" is selected.

  4. Select a printer port in the "Choose a printer port" dialog.
    1. If an existing port will be used, select it from the "Use an existing port:" dropdown list.
    2. If a new port will be used, choose "Standard TCP/IP Port" from the "Create a new port:" dropdown list. In the "Type a printer hostname or IP address" dialog, enter the hostname or IP address and uncheck "Query the printer and automatically select the driver to use".
  5. Specify the driver file under the disk1 directory of the downloaded driver folder or by installing the CD-ROM and then click "Have Disk".
  6. Select the appropriate manufacturer and printer in the "Install the printer driver" dialog.
  7. Enter a printer name in the "Type a printer name" dialog.
  8. Select if the printer should be shared with other network users in the "Printer Sharing" dialog.
  9. Check "Set as the default printer" in the "You've successfully added [Printer name]" dialog if the printer should be used as the default printer.
  10. Check if the printer is working properly by clicking "Print a test page" in the "You've successfully added [Printer name]" dialog.
  11. Click "Finish" to complete the driver installation.

1-2) Windows 8/8.1 and Windows Server 2012/Server 2012 R2

  1. Initialize the "Add Printer" dialog by navigating to the following from the Charms Bar: "Settings" > "Control Panel" > "View devices and printers" > "Add a printer".
  2. Stop searching for available printers and select "The printer that I want isn't listed" in the "Select a printer" dialog.
  3. Select the connection method in "Find a printer by other options" dialog.

    Below is the procedure when "Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings" is selected.

  4. Select a printer port in the "Choose a printer port" dialog.
    1. If an existing port will be used, select it from the "Use an existing port:" dropdown list.
    2. If a new port will be used, select "Standard TCP/IP Port" from the "Create a new port:" dropdown lists. Enter the device IP address and uncheck "Query the printer and automatically select the driver to use" in the "Type a printer hostname or IP address" dialog.
  5. Specify the driver file the .inf file under the disk1 directory of the downloaded driver folder or included in the CD-ROM-by clicking "Have Disk".
  6. Select the appropriate manufacturer and printer in the "Install the printer driver" dialog.
  7. Enter a printer name in the "Type a printer name" dialog.
  8. Select if the printer should be shared with other network users in the "Printer Sharing" dialog.
  9. Check "Set as the default printer" in the "You've successfully added [Printer name]" dialog if the printer should be used as the default.
  10. You can check if the printer is working properly by clicking "Print a test page" in the "You've successfully added [Printer name]" dialog.
  11. Click "Finish" to complete the driver installation.

1-3) Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008

  1. Initialize the "Add Printer" dialog by navigating to the following from the Start button: "Devices and Printers" > "Add a Printer".
  2. Select the connection method in the "What type of printer do you want to install?" dialog.

    Below is the procedure when "Add a local printer" is selected.

  3. Select a printer port in the "Choose a printer port" dialog.
    1. If an existing port will be used, select it from the "Use an existing port:" dropdown list.
    2. If a new port will be used, select "Standard TCP/IP Port" from the "Create a new port:" dropdown list. Enter the device IP address and uncheck the "Query the printer and automatically select the driver to use" in the "Type a printer hostname or IP address" dialog.
  4. Specify the driver file the .inf file under the disk1 directory of the downloaded driver folder or included in the CD-ROM-by clicking "Have Disk".
  5. Select the appropriate manufacturer and printer in the "Install the printer driver" dialog.
  6. Enter a printer name in the "Type a printer name" dialog.
  7. Select if the printer should be shared with other network users in the "Printer Sharing" dialog.
  8. Check "Set as the default printer" in the "You've successfully added [Printer name]" dialog if the printer should be used as the default.
  9. You can check if the printer is working properly by clicking "Print a test page" in the "You've successfully added [Printer name]" dialog.
  10. Click "Finish" to complete the driver installation.

1-4) Windows Server 2003

  1. Initialize the "Add Printer" dialog by navigating to the following from the Start Menu: "Printers and Faxes" > "Add a Printer".
  2. Select the connection method in the "Local or Network Printer" dialog.

    Below is the procedure when "Local printer attached to this computer" is selected.
    Note: Uncheck "Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer".

  3. Select a printer port in the "Select a Printer Port" dialog.
    1. If an existing port will be used, select it from the "Use the following port:" dropdown list.
    2. If a new port will be used, select "Standard TCP/IP Port" from the "Create a new port:" dropdown list. Enter the device IP address in "Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard".
  4. Specify the driver file the .inf file under the disk1 directory of the downloaded driver folder or included in the CD-ROM-by clicking "Have Disk".
  5. Select the appropriate manufacturer and printer in the "Install Printer Software" dialog.
  6. Enter a printer name and select "Yes" or "No" for setting this printer as the default printer in the "Name Your Printer" dialog.
  7. Select "Yes" or "No" for printing a test page in the "Print Test Page" dialog.
  8. Click "Finish" to complete driver installation.

2) Upgrading the printer driver

Please follow these installation steps to update the printer driver from old version to new version.
This procedure requires administrator privileges.
Make sure to close all applications before upgrading.
Attention: If you want to upgrade the printer driver, use the same name printer driver.

  1. Open the "Printers" folder (or "Printers and Faxes", "View Devices and Printers") from the "Start" menu or "Control Panel".
  2. Open the Properties of the printer to be upgraded.
  3. Select "Advanced" tab > "New Driver" button. Click "Next >".
  4. Select "Have Disk..." then browse to the folder containing the extracted printer driver (you chose at step 2) INF file. Click "Open".
  5. Click "OK" and select the printer model. Click "Next >".
  6. Once the installation is complete, click "Finish".
  7. Click "OK" to close the printer properties dialog box.
  8. To finalize upgrade, log off and log on again.
After completing above operation, you can use printer driver of new version.

3) Uninstalling the printer driver

Note: This procedure requires administrator privileges (admin account or "Run as Administrator").

3-1) Windows 7/8/8.1/10/Server 2008 R2/Server 2012/Server 2012 R2

  1. Close all applications.
  2. Open the "Printers" folder (or "Devices and Printers").
  3. Delete the printer icon corresponding to the driver that is to be uninstalled.
  4. Print server properties > "Change Driver Settings" button.
  5. Open the Driver tab.
  6. Select the driver to be uninstalled.
  7. Press the Remove key.
  8. Press "Remove driver and driver package".
  9. Restart the PC.

3-2) Windows Vista/Server 2008

  1. Close all applications.
  2. Open the "Printers" folder (or "Printers and Faxes").
  3. Delete the printer icon corresponding to the driver that is to be uninstalled.
  4. Right click in the "Printers" folder and select "Run as Administrator".
  5. Server Properties > Driver tab.
  6. Select the driver to be uninstalled.
  7. Press the Remove key.
  8. Press "Remove driver and driver package".
  9. Restart the PC.

3-3) Windows Server 2003

  1. Close all applications.
  2. Open the "Printers" folder (or "Printers and Faxes").
  3. Delete the printer icon corresponding to the driver that is to be uninstalled.
  4. File > Server Properties > Driver tab.
  5. Select the driver to be uninstalled.
  6. Press the Remove key.
  7. Restart the PC.

All brand names and product names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.