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08-19-2009 05:37 AM
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11-19-2009 10:51 AM
First, it has nothing to do with caring. It has to do with investment. It takes tens of thousands of dollars to develop and test a printer's driver for a new operating system. If there are not that many of these devices in use in the world (which I assume is the case) at some point it becomes a bad business decision to keep investing in support for the few devices that may still be out there.
Every company does this at some point. Microsoft drops support for older versions (try getting help or updates or drivers for Win 3.1, 95, 98, 2000). If you bought a Ford a few decades ago (cars are on a different product and use cycle) you can no longer go to your dealer to get parts.
By the way, Canon does the exact same thing. They will not support products forever, either. No company that wants to stay in business in the long run supports products forever. They all draw the line somewhere.
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01-18-2011 11:49 AM
From your note I assume you are able to print on your laserjet 3330. I have just purchase a Mac laptop with 10.6. However, I can't seem to find the printer driver. Can you please let me know where/how you found it.
Thanks a lot,
05-08-2012 06:44 AM
Click HERE for the HP LaserJet Mac OS X Installer Print Only Software Solution for v10.2, v10.3.x, v10.4.x, v10.5. This will allow you to install and print to your Laserjet 3330 from the aforementioned OS X iterations.
For information on installing a driver that will allow printing to the Laserjet 3330 from OS X Lion (10.7), please visit the following link: