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HP Laserjet 3015 unsupported on Max OSX 10.9 Mavericks? Should I get rid of it?

Sorry if this has already been answered.

 

I just got out my old Laserjet 3015 from storage, couldnt believe it still worked!

Realised I needed new toner. Couple of months pass by, eventually i get that new toner. Unbox it and lo and behold I cant print as ive updated Mac OSX in the meantime.

 

So what does this mean for my LaserJet 3015?

Can i still use it? Do i need to buy a new one? And what about the brand new, but now opened toner!?

 

Any help very much appreciated

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Re: HP Laserjet 3015 unsupported on Max OSX 10.9 Mavericks? Should I get rid of it?

Hi, did you run the Apple Software Update (ASU) to update the Mac system database?

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Re: HP Laserjet 3015 unsupported on Max OSX 10.9 Mavericks? Should I get rid of it?

Do you mean just run a regular update in the app store?

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Re: HP Laserjet 3015 unsupported on Max OSX 10.9 Mavericks? Should I get rid of it?

Take a look at this link.

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Re: HP Laserjet 3015 unsupported on Max OSX 10.9 Mavericks? Should I get rid of it?

Hey


Sorry but that does not help at all

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Re: HP Laserjet 3015 unsupported on Max OSX 10.9 Mavericks? Should I get rid of it?

Just going by the info on the HP site.

Take a look at this link.

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