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HP P1005 Laserjet stops queue PM G4 Tiger


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By USB using a PowerMac G4 and PM G4 MDD with Tiger the HP driver stops the printing queue every time it is reinstalled. Mac OS printing prefs were also reset. Followed HP advice to solve this problem. No change.

The printer works perfectly with MacBook.

Driver used:

HP LaserJet P1005 Printer*-* Download drivers and software - HP Business Support Center

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Jean-Louis
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