Brother HL-L6200DW Driver
Download the Brother HL-L6200DW Driver for Windows after selecting your operating system. The ‘Full Driver & Software Package’ is compatible with following Windows versions
10 (32-bit and 64-bit), XP (32-bit), 8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit), Server 2016, Server 2012 R2 (64-bit), 8 (32-bit and 64-bit), 7 (32-bit and 64-bit), Server 2008 (32-bit and 63-bit), Vista again both 32 and 64 bits, and Server 2003 R2 both 32 and 64-bit).
Checking the operating system type is extremely important when downloading the drivers.
Windows 10 OS Checking
Click ‘Start’ and then ‘Settings’ and finally on ‘System’ and under that look for ‘System Type’, which will display your operating system version and type.
For Windows 8 and 8.1
- The menu bar will appear when you move the cursor to the lower / upper corner on the right of the desktop.
- Click desktop tile on the ‘Start screen’, if the Start screen is on your computer’s main screen
- Next, select Settings -> PC info and when the ‘System’ window appears, check for the ‘System Type’ version displayed against it
Windows 7, Vista and XP Operating Systems
- On the left corner of the screen click ‘Start’
- Choose ‘Properties’ by right-clicking on ‘My Computer’ or ‘Computer’
- From under the ‘System’ menu, once again you can check the version and type of the system under ‘System Type’
XP 64-bit Version
- Look for ‘x64’ under ‘System Properties’
- Nothing of the sort is displayed if you are using a 32-bit version of XP’
For systems other than Windows such as the MAC, you can go to the ‘Downloads’ section to find the latest drivers/utilities compatible with the computer. Under ‘About this Mac’ and then ‘Version’ you will find the OS X details.
After Driver Download
- Once you have downloaded the Brother HL-L6200DW Driver, in certain instances, the Brother Printer will not be found over the network, which shows a ‘No Machines Found’ message
- To resolve the issue, you may have to verify a few points such as the network devices and firewall settings
Network Devices Checking
- Check for appropriate connectivity and if other devices connected to the same network such as the computer and the printer, are working.
- If you think the built-in network card is not working, just restart the printer to reset the card
- Network interface verification can be performed to see if the ’wired LAN’ or ‘wireless LAN’ is disabled
- Connectivity between the access point and the computer on the network has to be verified again; for this, browse other sites on your PC
- Finally, you may want to verify the connection cables, router settings and security settings on the access point