Phaser 6110

Phaser 6110 Support & Drivers

Windows XP End of Support

>What you need to know (PDF)

Note: If your Operating System and/or Language is not listed, we do not have information regarding driver availability.

>Compatibility with Windows and Mac OS X

Note: Windows XP End of Support -- What you need to know (PDF)
  • Drivers

      Note: Drivers for Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me and Windows NT (and related components) are no longer supported. Please visit Microsoft for more information.
      • Date: Aug 10, 2007
      • Version: 3.04.05.02
      • Size: 7.7 MB
      • Format: ZIP

      GDI Driver, Microsoft Certified

      • WHQL
      Description
      32 bit GDI Driver for use with Windows 2000/XP/Vista.This driver offers full support of the printer specific features for the Phaser 6110. Microsoft WHQL Certified.
      Note: To install, extract the file to a local folder and run Setup.exe. Please note that the automatic device discovery will not work when using the printer wizard on a networked device. Add your networked device manually.

  • Utilities & Applications

      • Date: Oct 11, 2011
      • Version:
      • Format: WWW

      Xerox PrintBack Agent

        Description
        Xerox PrintBack enables printing from your iOS and Android™-based tablets and smartphones to the default printer installed on your computer.

        For more information about Xerox PrintBack please go to: www.xerox.com/mobile/printback

        • Date: Aug 10, 2007
        • Version: 3.04.05.02
        • Size: 53.8 MB
        • Format: ZIP

        Status Monitor

          Description
          Status Monitor provides monitoring and status on print jobs submitted to the Phaser 6110. For additional details, see the User Guide.
          Note: To install, extract the file to a local folder and run setup.exe.

      • Firmware

          Note: It is highly recommended to consult with your Network or System Administrator before performing any software (firmware) update. Some updates may cause the machine to become non-compliant and cease to work as intended with the environment in which it is installed.