I found this on the instruction page
002 - CONNECTING THE PRINTER
Now that you have an idea what 3D printing entails, we can continue and connect the printer to your computer. First make sure you have a computer with a decent amount of RAM (min. 2-4 GB) as working with 3D print files can be taxing on your system. Secondly you will need an available USB 2.0 port to connect the printer to, but before connecting the printer you should download the driver suitable for your system.
FTDI VCP DRIVER (free) (WIN/MAC/LINUX) http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm
After installing this driver you can connect the USB cable with a free USB port on your computer (do not connect the power cable of the printer, we will do this in a later stadium). And follow the steps for your operating system:
You should go back to the instruction page and follow it step by step (link below)
I hope this helps.