This driver got my LaserJet 1012 (non-color) working properly to print from both Mac OS X (10.3) and the Classic environment. The installer design is not the prettiest, but it worked with a minimum of interaction from me. For more details, there is a discussion thread here: http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20040904000442505
This is not enough!!
From discussion searching @ apple.com::
Here's what you need to get the printer to work in OSX 10.2.
1) OSX 10.2 (commonly known as Jaguar)
2) Parallel » USB converter. (Mine came with Strydent Software's PowerPrint, is made by Infoware and works fine)
3) Gimp Print software
4) GhostScript postscript emulator I found more at: www.allosx.com/1030154694/index_html.
They recommend adding GIMP support
I've downloaded twice. Both times when I ran it I got the following message:
HP LaserJet Installer because file HP LaserJet Installer missing.
Recursive humor I guess, but the download was useless to me.
The LW 8100 driver, at least, lacks lots of the functionality of the 9.x driver. Among other things, there is no way to specify and save a setting for a custom paper size. A word to the wise...
Downloaded in a few seconds without any problem.
Why and how do you write a review for a product you cannot dowwnload. My new laser arrives tomorrow and hp can't even keep their server up for a 48th download. Are these people serious about Mac support??Mike
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