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As the Laserjet 1020 not officially supported by the OS, you will need to download and install the HP Printer Drivers 2.11 package which include the Laserjet 1022 drivers, those should allow you printing using your device.
Install the package by following the Download below:
After completing the installation go to System Preferences ' Print & Scan and click the Plus sign,
Select the listed printer and click the Print Using drop-down.
Click Select Printer Software and then select the Laserjet 1022 which should be available now.
Complete adding the printer and try printing now.
Can you give more details on what is happening and what system you have? Have you installed the latest printer drivers and software, if you have what I would suggest that you go into system preferences then go to print and fax, if your printer is showing up there, I would delete it by clicking on it and clicking on the minus symbol. Then click on the plus symbol click on the printer under printer name and then select the appropriate driver under print using and then click on add. Sometimes if you already have the printer there and then update the drivers there can be problems.
To Add and set as Defult Printer Go to system Preferences>Print and Scan > "+" symbol on left corner and add the printer. when you give a command of print there you can see the list of printers and you can select the printer you want to print from.
It's possible your USB slots have a lot of dust, or could be physically damaged and is causing shorts. If three USB drives have already been damaged, your best bet is to send the mac book to apple for inspection. If your warranty is up, or you're feeling adventurous, you can open the Mac Book your self and have a look at what's going on near, around, or on the USB ports.
Throw away your HP disk and delete all HP software installed on your machine. It's quite rubbish.
Go to system preferences, and printers. Remove your HP printer (by selecting it and clicking on the '-'
Then click on the '+' and let OSX find your printer and automatically load the driver.
Now it will work.