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Macintosh Printer Driver for HP Deskjet 712C

Is there a Mac Driver for or a way to print to a HP Deskjet 712C? I just convinced a friend to switch from his PC to a MacBook Pro but he can't print to the HP printer I mentioned. Is there a driver or a workaround?

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Re: Macintosh Printer Driver for HP Deskjet 712C

Try downloading GutenPrint 5.1.4 It is a collection of open source printer drivers. Based on reviews and comments, it seems to have worked with older printers.

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Steps Action 1 Power on the printer. 2 Plug the USB cable into the printer and into the Mac. 3 The Mac OS will automatically create the printer queue and install the printer.
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Steps Action Illustration 1 Plug the USB cable into the printer and into the Mac. ... 2 Launch System Preferences and select Print & Fax. Image 3 Click + to add the printer. Image 4 Select the printer, click Print Using and select your printer from the list. Then click Add to create the printer object. Image 5 Once the printer has been added, close System Preferences. The printer is now ready to print. Image
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Steps Action Illustration 1 Uninstall the installed driver. ... 2 Delete the Lexmark folder found in Library/Printers.
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If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
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