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09-08-2009 07:12 PM
Is there a solution yet for the HP DeskJet D4360?
I'm able to view supply levels and print test pages galore, but beyond that I'm stuck dead in the water. I'm seeing conflicting reports on whether this printer is currently supported by Snow Leopard.
09-08-2009 08:49 PM
Don't know how many different ways there are to say this to get the point across, but here's ANOTHER way:
Hope it helps!
09-09-2009 07:39 AM
HP Deskjet D4360 ( 4300 Series) is up and running under 10.6.
( Update Note : I have been using my D4360 continuously since Sept 4th, and not one problem. )
I cleaned out any any and all HP items for a printer in my /Home folder/ Library/ ( in the following folders) Caches and Printers and Preferences.
I also cleaned out any any and all HP items for a printer in the first level Library/ ( in the following folders) Printers and Preferences.
I then down loaded the drive from HP. Version 9.7.1, Custom install, HP Print and Utilities only.
After install. Set up printer in System Preferences/ Add Printer/ Make sure you have Drive version 2.3.1, If you have the wrong version go to Driver and select printer software ( hit the" print using:" to select printer software) type in "hp deskjet D4300" and select / OK. Go back to general to check that you have 2.3.1.
I am sure I did a few restarts to boot the driver. I have been running the printer through its paces for a number of hours now and complete restarts and it is still working.
Additionally: I have a Scanjet G4050, I use it via VueScan software. it is working perfectly under SL.
09-09-2009 08:13 AM
Does anyone have any information about the OfficeJet D135 and Snow Leopard? I can't find it on either HP's supported or unsupported list. Gutenprint has print-only drivers, but they don't work too well and I really need the scanner. Any information would be appreciated.
09-09-2009 08:39 AM
09-09-2009 08:54 AM
Very sorry, the Officejet D135 was not supported with Leopard and it is not supported with Snow Leopard either.
I am an HP employee
09-09-2009 09:04 AM
Any of you HP geniuses have an answer to this one? I really like my 5P and am not keen to replace it. And, oh, BTW, I also have a 6P, so if you have an answer, please let me know what the answer is for the 6P as well. Thanks.
09-09-2009 09:18 AM - edited 09-09-2009 09:18 AM
Thanks for the info. I've actually been using it under Leopard since it came out, but the experience hasn't been exactly smooth. I'll have to think about what I want to do. Have a nice day.