Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Hope I didn't intrude... If you don't mind, I'll take a stab at this.
As my distinguished collegue noted, there can be significant variations in the instructions based on the Operating System, as well as the exact LaserJet Model and the type of connection.
I suggest you connect the printer to your laptop. If Windows tries to install a driver, hit "Cancel".
Go to http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/support.html and hit the "Start Detection" button.
That site should be able to detect your operating system and product model, and will provide instructions. If it can't detect your product, you can find the model by looking for a "LaserJet xxxx" logo on the front of the printer, or on a label on the back.
Best of luck,
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