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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.
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You will not find drivers for this old scanner. Sorry but this scanner is not compatible with Tiger, Leopard, or Snow Leopard, and HP offers no drivers other than for OSx 8.0 & 9.0 which are 10 years old. Time to purchase a new scanner.
sorry mate they dont do a driver for osx Mac OS
All the HP LaserJet printers covered by this document, except for the HP LaserJet 1018 and 1020 Series
and the HP LaserJet CP1210 Series
, are compatible with the latest versions of Mac OS X (Mac OS X 10.4 and Mac OS X 10.5).
I removed any printer configurations for this printer in both my pc and my mac (both usb and wireless). Then I restarted both computers and added the printer via usb again to each. At that point I went back to the extreme configuration and under the printers tab it was finally seeing Hewlett Packard Laserjet 1020. After that, adding via Bonjour went smoothly on both platforms.