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yes .hp 1410 all in one printer is compatible with mac operating system.but its not compatible with all the mac versions.top some of the mac versions its compatible and to some version of mac its not compatible.now you will have to check that.please click on the above link directly and check out the mac versions to which hp 1410 printer is compatible.
if your mac version is mentioned in the list then yes it will work.but if your mac operating system is not mentioned then it will not work.
this will help.please do rate the solution.keep updated for further assistance if any more help required.
Unfortunately, there is no offical driver for Mac OS X for this specific printer, but you can try following this link to see if the steps there can at least help you try to use the printer under that operating system. If it does, great, but if it doesn't, I'm afraid you're out of luck
Dell never provided Mac drivers for Dell Printers.....
Anyways,. I've searched on google and found this link for lexmark printer..
Please try this and let me know if that works???
Dell A920: Driver for Mac OS X 10.1.5, Mac OS X 10.2.x, and Mac OS X 10.3.x.: http://www.downloaddelivery.com/downloads/cpd/CJMX1100L1.hqx Driver for Mac OS 9.2.2: http://www.downloaddelivery.com/downloads/cpd/CJMA1100L1.HQX
download Gassan-Mac-9-MR2RC2.sit from dell site (printer site, drivers, mac os) and unpack it with stuffit expander. it contains drivers for mac os 9 and mac os x. then just install it and select driver from the list when adding modifying printer
go to www.lexmark.com click on drivers and downloads then click on OS compatibility lists.
Click on MAC OS X and then click on home or small office/home office. This will take you to a complete list of compatible drivers for the MAC OS X for all of lexmarks printers. If it does not appear then there are no MAC OS drivers. Which I looked at for you and they do not have any. But you will see a list for the printers that they do have them for.