How do I install Brother printer driver without CD

To install the Brother printer driver without a CD, you can download the driver from the Brother website and install it. Follow these steps to complete the process:

  1. Identify your printer model: Check the printer model name or number, usually found on the front or bottom of the printer.
  2. Visit the Brother support website: Open a web browser and navigate to the Brother support website at (for the US) or (for Canada). For other countries, visit the Brother website for your region.
  3. Enter the printer model: In the search box on the Brother support website, type your printer model name or number, then click the search icon or press Enter.
  4. Select the appropriate printer: From the search results, click on the printer model that matches your printer.
  5. Download the driver: On the printer's support page, click the "Downloads" tab, and then choose your operating system from the drop-down menu. Click "Search" to display a list of available drivers and software.
  6. Choose the driver package: Look for "Full Driver & Software Package" or "Printer Driver" in the list. Click the "Download" button next to the appropriate option. Save the file to your computer.
  7. Run the installer: Locate the downloaded file on your computer (usually in the Downloads folder) and double-click it to run the installer. If you are prompted for permission, click "Yes" or "Run" to continue.
  8. Follow the on-screen instructions: The installer will guide you through the setup process. You may be asked to accept the license agreement, choose the connection type (USB or network), and connect the printer to the computer.
  9. Complete the installation: Once the installer has finished, your printer should be installed and ready to use. You can now print, scan, or perform other tasks as needed.

Remember to regularly check the Brother support website for updates to your printer driver and other software. Updating your driver can help maintain optimal performance and compatibility with the latest operating systems and applications.