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    HP Support for Mac OS X Snow Leopard HP Support for Mac OS X Snow Leopard Presentation Transcript

    • HP Support for Mac OS X Snow Leopard As of August 28th, 2009
    • CONTENT HP and Apple The next step within a promising partnership 3 HP Peripherals Upgrading or clean installing Mac OS X 10.6 4 HP Photosmart, Officejet and Deskjet All-in-Ones Printing, Scanning and Faxing with Mac OS X 10.6 5 Printing 6 Scanning 7 HP Utility 8 HP Fax driver 9 HP Photosmart, Officejet and Deskjet Single Function Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 10 Printing 11 HP Utility 13 HP Mono and Color LaserJets (Postscript) Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 14 HP Mono and Color LaserJet Multifunctional printers Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 15 HP Designjet Printers Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 16 Upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6 17 HP Utility 18 Configuring your HP Designjet 19
    • HP AND APPLE – THE NEXT STEP WITHIN A PROMISING PARTNERSHIP Mac OS X 10.6 support HP has worked closely with Apple to ensure that our mutual Mac OS X customers will enjoy a smooth transition to new Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. One significant improvement in Mac OS X 10.6 is, that there is no need to download or reinstall any additional HP printer software for print functionality as there is driver support for HP peripherals built into new Mac OS X v10.6 by default install. HP printer drivers and software packages being released after the installation of Mac OS X 10.6, will be instantly integrated and updated on the customer’s Mac via Snow Leopard's built-in Software Update mechanism. For additional information about support for your product, please refer to www.hp.com/go/mac for your The latest HP software is available from HP model. 1) Apple’s Mac OS X 10.6 retail DVD 2) downloadable via Apple Software Updates, and 3) included on new Macs shipping with Snow Leopard. HP continues to offer great connectivity support over any type of I/O including USB, Ethernet, 802.1 1b/g WiFi, and seamless Bonjour compatibility with the new Mac OS X 10.6. 3
    • HP PERIPHERALS: Upgrading or clean installing Mac OS X 10.6 Upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6 from Mac OS X 10.4 or Configuring your HP printer on a new Macintosh with 10.5 – Configuring your HP device Snow Leopard already installed, or after performing a If you are upgrading your Mac OS using the Snow clean install from the Snow Leopard DVD Leopard DVD, the install process should automatically For both USB and network setup, please follow the same recreate your previous HP printer queues using the latest steps listed below. For some HP devices, it may be HP drivers included in Snow Leopard. important to make sure the Mac is connected to the Internet in order to access Apple Software Updates for Note: If you are using or sharing a printer that is the latest HP software. connected directly to an Apple Airport with a USB or Ethernet cable, these printer queues will NOT be Important: Please do not reinstall software from original recreated. A new printer queue can be easily and HP CDs or HP web downloads from previous Mac OS X quickly created using the steps below. 10.3, 10.4, or 10.5. Older software is not compatible with Snow Leopard. The latest Snow Leopard compati- ble software is included in Mac OS X 10.6, and you’ll experience the best performance and functionality if you use the latest HP software. For supported HP Photosmart, Officejet, and Deskjet All-in-One models in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (Print, Scan, Fax, and HP Utility Functionality) please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 4
    • HP PHOTOSMART, OFFICEJET AND DESKJET ALL-IN-ONES: Printing, Scanning and Faxing with Mac OS X 10.6 Full print functionality There are some important updates with the HP software The latest HP printer drivers, scan software, fax drivers included in Mac OS X 10.6: (where applicable) and utility are included in Mac OS X 10.6. for HP inkjet All-in-Ones.  Printing: Full print functionality is supported with new HP print drivers included in Snow Leopard. You do not need to reinstall or download any HP soft- ‹ see page 6 ware for full print, scan, fax, and utility functionality.  Scanning: The Scanning interface is now built into Snow Leopard and supported with Apple’s Image Please do not reinstall software from original Capture application. HP Photosmart, Officejet, Deskjet CDs, or HP web ‹ see page 7 downloads from previous Mac OS X 10.3, 10.4, Note 1: HP Scan Pro software (from Mac OS X 10.4, or 10.5. Older software is not compatible with 10.5) is not supported in Snow Leopard. The HP icon Snow Leopard. The latest Snow Leopard compatible for HP Device Manager still in the dock after upgrade software is included in Mac OS X 10.6, and you’ll is not functional and should be removed. experience the best performance and functionality  HP Utility: HP Utility is included in Snow Leopard if you use the latest HP software. ‹ see page 8  Fax drivers: HP fax drivers are included in Snow Leopard for supported devices ‹ see page 9 For supported HP Photosmart, Officejet, and Deskjet All-in-One models in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (Print, Scan, Fax, and HP Utility Functionality) please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 5
    • HP PHOTOSMART, OFFICEJET AND DESKJET ALL-IN-ONES: Printing Printing 4. Select your device from the list and click Add to create the HP printer queue for your HP Photosmart, Method one: Printing from a USB Printer Officejet, or Deskjet All-in-One printer. 1. Make sure your printer is turned on and connected. Important: On larger networks, outside the Bonjour 2. Open a document to print, choose File > Print link-local network, your printer may not show up in the Or go directly to System Preferences > Print & Fax list. In this case, you can connect to your printer using its 3. From the Printer pop-up menu, choose your printer. IP address. An IP printer is a network printer that uses If you do not see your printer listed, choose Add TCP/IP protocol (such as HP Jetdirect, LPD/LPR, IPP) to Printer, and then click More Printers. communicate with your printer. You will need to know the printer IP address or DNS name (available from the 4. In the Name column, select your printer, click Add printers front panel or Network Configuration Page). Method two: Printing from a Network Printer 1. In the toolbar, click IP. You can connect to HP printers on your local network 2. From the Protocol pull-down menu, choose (wireless and Ethernet) using Bonjour and IP, as well as HP Jetdirect – Socket. This is the preferred protocol to shared printers connected to an Apple Airport base connect to HP printers. For best performance please station. Note: Apple does NOT support AppleTalk in do not use IPP or LPD. Mac OS X 10.6. 3. Enter your printer network information IP address or 1. Choose File > Print. DNS name. The system should automatically select the 2. From the Printer pop-up menu, choose your printer. appropriate HP print driver in the “Print Using” pull Your printer may also be listed in the nearby Printers down menu. submenu. A dialog appears, listing any Bonjour 4. Click Add to create the HP printer queue for your printers on your local network. It may take a minute HP Photosmart, Officejet, or Deskjet All-in-One printer. or two for your printer to appear. Your computer can usually detect whether a printer has 3. If your printer does not appear, choose Add Printer special accessories installed, such as additional paper from the Printer pop-up menu. Printers that are turned trays or a duplex unit. If it can, a dialog appears that on and connected to the local network (wireless and lets you specify them. To enable full functionality, make Ethernet) should appear as Bonjour devices. sure the settings in that dialog accurately reflect your printer installed options. 6
    • HP PHOTOSMART, OFFICEJET AND DESKJET ALL-IN-ONES: Scanning with Mac OS X 10.6 Scanning with the software included in 3. Choose the HP Photosmart, Officejet, or Deskjet All- Mac OS X 10.6 in-One. The scan interface opens. Click on the Show Details button to view settings and options. New with Snow Leopard, the Scanning interface to these HP Inkjet All-in-One devices is now built into Snow Leopard and supported with Apple Image Capture Method two: Scan from the Image Capture Application application. 1. In the Applications folder, select and open Image Capture. There are three ways to perform scanning from your 2. In the list of devices on the left, click your HP HP All-in-One: All-in-One. Networked devices appear in the Shared 1. Preview application list. The scan interface opens. Click on the ‘Show 2. Image Capture application Details’ button to view settings and options. 3. System Preferences > Print & Fax Important: After you open the scan interface, important Method three: Scan from > Print & Fax > Printer browser to select the correct mode (Flatbed or Document Feeder) 1. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences. for the source of the scan image. Your HP All-in-One 2. Click Print & Fax. may have an Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) or a flatbed lid. By default, Document Feeder will be the au- 3. Sselect the HP All-in-One to view the options in the tomatically selected Mode for any devices that have an Print & Fax window. ADF. You must select Flatbed if you want to scan directly 4. Click the Scan tab, and then click the Open Scanner from the glass flatbed and not the Document Feeder. button. The Printer Browser window appears. 5. Click the Scan icon at top right of the tool bar to launch scanning. The scan interface opens. Click on Method one: Scan from the Preview Application the Show Details button to view settings and options. 1. ClickApple’s Preview icon in the dock to open the Preview application. 2. From Preview File pull down menu, choose Import from Scanner. 7
    • HP PHOTOSMART, OFFICEJET AND DESKJET ALL-IN-ONES: HP Utility HP Utility Method two: Alternative: Using the HP Utility to manage and troubleshoot the The HP Utility can also be launched from the printer device. The latest HP Utility is included in Mac OS X icon in the dock to open the Printer Browser window. 10.6. 1. Double click on the printer icon. The Printer browser window opens Method one: Open the HP Utility from the System 2. Click Printer Setup in toolbar Preferences window 1. Make sure your device is turned on and connected. 3. Click Utility tab 2. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences. 4. Click Open Printer Utility button The HP Utility opens. Features and options may vary 3. Click Print & Fax preferences. depending on your printer model. 4. In the list of devices on the left side of the dialog (the HP printer queue), select your HP All-in-One. 5. Click Options and Supplies. 6. Click the Utility tab at the top of the window, and then click Open Printer Utility. The HP Utility opens. Features and options may vary depending on your printer model. For supported HP Photosmart, Officejet, and Deskjet All-in-One models in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (Print, Scan, Fax, and HP Utility Functionality) please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 8
    • HP PHOTOSMART, OFFICEJET AND DESKJET ALL-IN-ONES: HP Fax driver HP Fax driver included in Mac OS X 10.6 To add a Fax driver queue: Accessing, configuring, and using HP Fax drivers are 1. Make sure your printer is turned on and connected. included in Snow Leopard for supported HP devices. 2.Open a document to print (or fax), and then choose File > Print. Fax drivers allow you to send a print job directly to the Note: You can also go directly to System Preferences > HP All-in-One and the device will then fax the document Print & Fax according to the information you entered in the Fax Recipients pull down menu in the Print dialog. 3. From the Printer pop-up menu, choose Add Printer. In the Printer Name column, printers will be listed. Two HP Fax drivers are NOT automatically added by Mac printer drivers will be listed, one driver for printing and OS X 10.6. HP Fax drivers from previous Mac OS X second driver for faxing. 10.4 or 10.5 are not compatible with new Mac OS X 4. Select the printer name ending in “Fax” and then 10.6. click Add to create the fax driver queue. The “Kind” will be listed as “HP-Fax”. For supported HP Photosmart, Officejet, and Deskjet All-in-One models in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (Print, Scan, Fax, and HP Utility Functionality) please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 9
    • HP PHOTOSMART, OFFICEJET AND DESKJET SINGLE FUNCTION PRINTERS: Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 Full print functionality There are some important updates with the HP software The latest HP printer drivers and utility are included in included in Mac OS X 10.6: Mac OS X 10.6. You do not need to reinstall or  Printing: Full print functionality is supported with new download any HP software for full print and utility HP print drivers included in Snow Leopard. Instructions functionality. follow. HP software is included in the Apple Mac OS X 10.6 ‹ see page 1 1 Snow Leopard retail DVD, available via Apple Software  HP Utility: HP Utility is included in Snow Leopard. Updates, and with new Mac computers shipping with ‹ see page 13 Snow Leopard. Please do not reinstall software from original HP Pho- tosmart, Officejet, Deskjet CDs, or HP web downloads from previous Mac OS X 10.3, 10.4, or 10.5. Older software is not compatible with Snow Leopard. The latest Snow Leopard compatible software is included in Mac OS X 10.6, and you will experience the best performance and functionality if you use the latest HP software. For supported HP Photosmart, Officejet, and Deskjet single function printers in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 10
    • HP PHOTOSMART, OFFICEJET AND DESKJET SINGLE FUNCTION PRINTERS: Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 Printing Method two: Printing from a network printer Full print functionality is supported with new HP print You can connect to HP printers on your local network drivers included in Snow Leopard. (wireless and Ethernet) using Bonjour and IP, as well as shared printers connected to an Apple Airport base Method one: Printing from a USB printer station. 1. Make sure your printer is turned on and connected NOTE: Apple does not support AppleTalk in Mac OS X 10.6. 2. Open a document to print, and then choose File > Print 1. Choose File > Print NOTE: You can also go directly to System Preferences > Print & Fax 2. From the Printer pop-up menu, choose your printer. Your printer may also be listed in the Nearby Printers 3. From the Printer pop-up menu, choose your printer. submenu. A dialog appears, listing any Bonjour If you do not see your printer listed, choose Add printers on your local network. It may take a minute Printer, and then click More Printers or two for your printer to appear. 4. In the Name column, select your printer, and then 3. If your printer does not appear, choose Add Printer click Add from the Printer pop-up menu. Printers that are turned on and connected to the local network (wireless and Ethernet) should appear as Bonjour devices. 4. Select your device from the list and click Add to create the HP printer queue for your HP Photosmart, Officejet, or Deskjet printer. For supported HP Photosmart, Officejet, and Deskjet single function printers in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 11
    • HP PHOTOSMART, OFFICEJET AND DESKJET SINGLE FUNCTION PRINTERS: Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 Important: On larger networks, outside the Bonjour link- local network, your printer may not show up in the list. In this case, you can connect to your printer using its IP address. An IP printer is a network printer that uses TCP/IP protocol (such as HP Jetdirect, LPD/LPR, IPP) to communicate with your printer. You will need to know the printer IP address or DNS name (available from the printer’s front panel or Network Configuration Page). 1. In the toolbar, click IP 2. From the Protocol pull-down menu, choose HP Jetdi- rect – Socket. This is the preferred protocol to connect to HP printers. For best performance please do not use IPP or LPD. 3. Enter your printer network information IP address or DNS name. The system should automatically select the appropriate HP print driver in the Print Using pull- down menu. 4. Click Add to create the HP printer queue for your HP Photosmart, Officejet, or Deskjet printer. Your computer can usually detect whether a printer has special accessories installed, such as additional paper trays or a duplex unit. If it cannot, a dialog appears that lets you specify them. To enable full functionality, make sure the settings in that dialog accurately reflect the in- For supported HP Photosmart, Officejet, and Deskjet single function stalled options. printers in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 12
    • HP PHOTOSMART, OFFICEJET AND DESKJET SINGLE FUNCTION PRINTERS: HP Utility HP Utility: Using the HP Utility to manage and Method two: Alternative troubleshoot the device The HP Utility can also be launched from the printer icon in the dock to open the Printer Browser window. The latest HP Utility is included in Mac OS X 10.6 1. Double-click the printer icon. The Printer Browser window opens. Method one: Open the HP Utility from the System Preferences menu 2. Click Printer Setup in the toolbar 1. Make sure your printer is turned on and connected 3. Click the Utility tab 2. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences 4. Click Open Printer Utility 3. Click Print & Fax The HP Utility opens. Features and options may vary depending on your printer model. 4. In the list of printers on the left side of the dialog, select the HP All-in-One to view the options in the Print & Fax window 5. Click Options and Supplies 6. Click the Utility tab at the top of the window, and then click Open Printer Utility The HP Utility opens. Features and options may vary depending on your printer model. For supported HP Photosmart, Officejet, and Deskjet single function printers in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 13
    • HP MONO AND COLOR LASERJETS (POSTSCRIPT): Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 Full print functionality Please do not reinstall drivers from original HP Laser- The latest HP LaserJet printer software (v5.3) for HP Jet CDs or web downloads from previous Mac OS X LaserJet printers is included in Mac OS X 10.6 and also 10.3, 10.4, or 10.5. Older software is not compatible available via Apple Software Updates.You do not need with Snow Leopard. The latest Mac OS X 10.6 com- to download or reinstall any HP software for full printing patible HP print drivers are included in Mac OS X functionality. 10.6, and you’ll experience the best performance and functionality if you use the latest HP software. To find the version number of your HP LaserJet software: Under the Apple icon menu (located in top left toolbar at Finder level) select ‘About this Mac’. Click on More Info button to launch System Profiler. Select ‘Printers’ from the left column inside the Hardware section. The HP LaserJet PPD version number will be listed, v5.3 is the latest software for Snow Leopard compatibility. For supported HP Mono and Color LaserJets in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 14
    • HP MONO AND COLOR LASERJET MULTIFUNCTIONAL AND ALL-IN-ONE PRINTERS: Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 Full print functionality To find the version number of your HP LaserJet Postscript The latest HP LaserJet printer software (v5.3) for software: HP LaserJet printers is included in Mac OS X 10.6. Under the Apple icon menu (located in top left toolbar You do not need to download or reinstall any at Finder level) select ‘About this Mac’. Click on More HP oftware for full printing functionality. Info button to launch System Profiler. Select ‘Printers’ from the left column inside the Hardware section. The NOTE: You can administer all networked HP LaserJet HP LaserJet PPD version number will be listed, v5.3 is printers by accessing the Embedded Web Server in the the latest software for Snow Leopard compatibility. printer. A few different ways to open the printers Embedded Web Server include: 1) From Safari – open the Bonjour tab under the book icon pull down menu and select the printer. Scanning support Please check www.hp.com/go/support for information 2) From any web browser, enter printers IP address in about scanning with your LaserJet MFP/All-in-One the browsers address bar. HP LaserJet software is included in Apple’s Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard DVD and also available via Apple Software Updates. Please do not reinstall drivers from original HP Laser- Jet CDs or web downloads from previous Mac OS X 10.3, 10.4, or 10.5. Older software is not compatible with Snow Leopard. The latest Mac OS X 10.6 com- patible HP print drivers are included in Mac OS X 10.6, and you’ll experience the best performance and functionality if you use the latest HP software. For supported HP Mono and Color LaserJet MFPs in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 15
    • HP LARGE-FORMAT PRINTERS: Printing with Mac OS X 10.6 Full print functionality HP Designjet Printer setup instructions Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard includes HP Designjet The following sections describe how to install your printer drivers plus HP utility for the full print and utility HP Designjet printer under the following circumstances: functionality. The latest HP Designjet software and print 1. Upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6 from Mac OS X 10.4 utility for the HP Designjet printers are also included in or 10.5 the Mac OS X 10.6 retail DVD, Apple Software updates, and all new Macs that are delivered with 2. Configuring your HP Designjet printer with a new Snow Leopard. Macintosh with Snow Leopard already installed or after performing a clean install from the Snow Leopard DVD. Do not reinstall drivers from the original HP Designjet CDs or web downloads from previous Mac OS X HP Designjet – ICC Profiles within Postscript models 10.3, 10.4 or 10.5. Older software is not compatible The HP Designjet drivers in the Snow Leopard DVD do with Snow Leopard. The latest Mac OS X 10.6 not include the ICC Profiles for your printers. In order to compatible HP print drivers are included in Mac OS X get the latest ICC Profiles please visit our Designjet 10.6 DVD, Apple Software Updates, and new Macs. Graphic Arts Portal. You will experience the optimum performance and www.hp.com/go/designjet/support functionality if the latest HP software is used. HP Designjet – raster (non-postscript) models The new drivers for these models are not included on the Apple Mac OS X Snow Leopard DVD. The latest drivers for these models should be available from Apple Soft- ware Updates. It is important to have the Macintosh connected to the internet during upgrade and installation to access Apple Software Updates. 16
    • HP LARGE-FORMAT PRINTERS: Upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6 Upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6 Printing from a Network Printer If you are upgrading your Mac OS X 10.6 from Mac You can connect to HP printers on your local network OS X 10.4 or 10.5: (wireless and Ethernet) using Bonjour and IP, as well  If you have a PostScript Designjet printer, the queue as shared printers connected to an Apple Airport base will automatically be recreated using the latest HP station. Note: Apple does NOT support AppleTalk in drivers included in Snow Leopard. After recreating Mac OS X 10.6. your queues, Apple Software may launch automati- 1. Make sure your printer is turned on and connected. cally and suggest that you download a new driver 2. Open a document or web page to print, and then for your printers. In order to have the most up to date choose File > Print. Note: You can also go directly to driver for your HP Designjet printers, please install the System Preferences > Print & Fax. update from Apple Software. 3. From the Printer pop-up menu, choose your printer.  If you have a non PostScript Designjet printer, the Your printer may also be listed in the ‘Nearby Printers’ Apple Software Update application will launch submenu. A dialog box is displayed, listing any allowing you to install the new driver for your printer. Bonjour printers on your local network. It may take a minute or two for your printer to appear. Note: If you are using or sharing a printer that is 4. If your printer does not appear, choose Add Printer connected directly. from the Printer pop-up menu. Printers that are turned on and connected to the local network (wireless and Printing from a USB Printer Ethernet) should appear as Bonjour devices. 1. Make sure your printer is turned on and connected. 5. Select your printer from the list and click Add to 2. Open a document or web page to print, and then create the HP printer queue for your HP Designjet choose File > Print. Note: You can also go directly to printer. System Preferences > Print & Fax. 3. From the Printer pop-up menu, choose your printer. If you do not see your printer listed, choose Add Printer, and click Default 4. In the Name column, select your printer, and then click Add. 17
    • HP LARGE-FORMAT PRINTERS: Upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6 HP Utility NOTE: You can administer most networked HP Designjet The latest HP Utility is included in Mac OS X 10.6. Use printers by accessing the Embedded Web Server in the the HP Utility to manage and troubleshoot the printer. printer. A few different ways to open the printers Embed- HP Utility is the new application replacing HP Printer ded Web Server include: Utility for your HP Designjet printers. Please check your 1) From Safari – open the Bonjour tab under the book users guide to find out if your Designjet printer includes icon pull down menu and select the printer. HP Utility support. 2) From any web browser, enter the printer’s IP address 1. Make sure your printer is turned on and connected. in the browsers address bar. Please check your users 2. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences. guide to verify if your printer includes Embedded Web 3. Click Print & Fax preferences. Server. 4. In the list of devices on the left side of the dialog (the Additionally, some printers can be managed by the HP printer queue), select your HP Designjet printer. System Maintenance Utility. The new version of the System Maintenance Utility supporting Snow Leopard 5. Click Options and Supplies. will be available at HP Graphic Arts Portal. Please 6. Click the Utility tab at the top of the window, and check your users guide to find out if your Designjet then click Open Printer Utility. printer supports the System Maintenance Utility. The HP Utility opens. Features and options may vary www.hp.com/go/designjet/support depending on your printer model. Alternative: The HP Utility can also be launched from the printer icon in the dock to open the Printer Browser window. 1. Double click on the printer icon. The Printer browser window opens. 2. Click Printer Setup in toolbar 3. Click Utility tab 4. Click Open Printer Utility button The HP Utility opens. Features and options may vary depending on your printer model. 18
    • HP LARGE-FORMAT PRINTERS: Configuring your HP printer with Snow Leopard already installed Configuring your HP Designjet on a new Do not reinstall drivers from the original HP Designjet Macintosh with Snow Leopard already CDs or web downloads from previous Mac OS X installed, or after performing a clean install 10.3, 10.4, or 10.5. Older software is not compatible from the Snow Leopard DVD with Snow Leopard. The latest Mac OS X 10.6 If you have installed the HP drivers from the Snow compatible drivers are included in Mac OS X 10.6, Leopard DVD, queues for your USB connected PostScript and you’ll experience the best performance and printers will automatically be created. The Apple Soft- functionality if you use the latest HP software. ware Update application will launch automatically when detecting a USB connected Raster printer. If the Apple Software Update application is not laun- ched in your system, please follow the same steps as listed above in the Printing from a USB Printer section to create your queue. For network setup, please follow the same steps as listed above in the Printing from a Network Printer section. For some HP devices, it may be important to make sure the Mac is connected to the Internet in order to access Apple Software Updates for the latest HP software. For supported HP Large-Format Printers and Large-Format MFPs in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard please click here: ‹ SUPPORTED HP PRINTERS 19
    • For more information refer to www.hp.com/eur/mac-connect © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only war- ranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express war- ranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. August 2009