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Driver for CP1025 with macOS Catalina

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Hi! Just recently I bought the toner for my laser jet CP1025 (after about a year not being able to print because the black toner ran out). At that time my mac was probably on High Sierra or the earlier versions on Mojave. Now my mac is running on Catalina 10.15, and can't find any driver for my printer. Please help!!

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Driver for CP1025 with macOS Catalina

@NBG, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

HP LaserJet CP1025 Color Printer is not supported with macOS 10.15 Catalina. HP LaserJet CP1025 Color Printer driver for macOS 10.15 Catalina is not available on the HP website or Apple Software Update. However, Gutenprint (formerly called Gimp-Print) provides open-source basic print drivers for many printers that would otherwise not be supported in Mac OS X. To see if your printer is supported, go to Gutenprint drivers for more information.

 

NOTE: Gutenprint drivers are not supported by HP or Apple.

 

Let me know how this goes.

 

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If that is the case why is it list in the document that says it is compatible with MacOS catalina?

(https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06141321).

 

Nothing but frustration with this printer, as if there is a conspiracy to quickly make HP printers obsolete so I have to purchase a new one. I have two CP1025nw that haven't worked since MacOS Mojave, at least I could print PDF files under Mojave, but now with Catalina, I can't print anything. The printers are perfectly fine and it would seem that since HP claims to be concerned about the environment, they would find a way to update the printer drivers so I don't have to throw my printers in the trash.

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