Driver Unitek Y-3461 For Mac

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Before You Begin If you installed a version of Neat on your computer, your scanner driver may already be installed on your computer. Ares lite download program free for mac. If your driver does not appear to be installed, you can download the appropriate driver below.

Driver Unitek Y-3461 For Mac

Download Scanner Drivers for Windows

  1. Find your scanner model number by looking on the underside (bottom) of the scanner.
  2. Unplug your scanner and close Neat on your computer.
  3. Click your scanner model number in the chart below to download the drivers.

    Neat Scanner

    Scanner Model Number

    32 bit Windows

    64 bit Windows







    NeatDeskOlder Model (Unsupported)


    Not Supported

    Not Supported

    NeatReceiptsOlder Model (Unsupported


    Not Supported

    Not Supported

    Neat Silver Mobile (Unsupported)


    Not Supported

    Not Supported

  4. Once you download the file, extract the MSI file to the desktop, and double click on it to run the driver installer. Once this installer has finished, you should be able to use the scanner with the Neat application. You can delete the MSI once installation is complete.

Download Scanner Drivers for Mac

Please Note: Neat supports MacOS Mojave 10.14 as well as two (2) major releases back - High Sierra 10.13 and Sierra 10.12. Neat Scanner Drivers may work for older OS versions but agent support is not provided on older OS versions.
  1. Find your scanner model number by looking on the underside (bottom) of the scanner.
  2. Unplug your scanner and close Neat on your computer.
  3. Click the link for your scanner model number in the list below to download the driver: NC-1000, ND-1000, or NM-1000 (the same driver file is used for all three models)
  4. Select the Finder icon from your Dock. The Finder has the blue smiling face icon.
  5. Open the Go menu and select the Go To Folder option.
  6. Copy and paste the following path in the Go To Folder window to open the directory: /Library/Image Capture/Devices
  7. Unzip the driver file you downloaded in step three and drag it into this folder. It should look similar to the image below:
  8. To start using the scanner:
    1. If you are 10.10 or earlier, you can open Neat and connect your scanner and you should now be able to start scanning.
    2. If you are on 10.11 El Capitan, follow the steps below:
  9. Right click (or CTRL + click) the Scanner Driver file that you dragged into the Devices folder and choose Open. If you see the following message click Open again. You will only have to do this once to allow the driver permission to run. Reboot your computer, and then to try scanning.

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I’ve got a few different USB 3.0 Gigabit Ethernet dongles: One from Cable Matters (from Amazon) and another by j5 Create (from Best Buy). Both are essentially identical, though, being based on the AX88179 chipset from Asix of Taiwan.

Since this chipset is not supported “out of box” by Mac OS X or macOS, it’s necessary to install a driver to get it working. And upgrading to macOS 10.12 “Sierra” unsurprisingly kills this driver. The simple solution: Reinstall the driver!

As is typical with devices like this, it’s best to install the basic driver from the chipset company rather than the specialized drivers from the device company. So rather than trying to chase down Cable Matters or j5 Create, just head to and download the AX88179 driver from there. I installed version 2.8.0 from Asix and everything is hunky-dory again.

It’s funny: There are threads on the Apple Support forums with people crying that these devices aren’t working, and lots of horrible/useless suggestions to fix them. But just reinstalling the driver works fine!

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