I am brand new to this forum, and fairly new (back) to Mac, as of December, after a 14 year hiatus. Oh and this is my very first post! I have an HP Color LaserJet 1600 that I just assumed that I could use with my MacBook Pro, purchased in December 2011. There was absolutely no reason that I even suspected that it wouldn't work. I mean after all, it's an HP, why shouldn't it work??? I found an old thread here in this forum: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=228510 One of the members, craigverse, posted (in the above thread) that to make it work, you had to download the following: "All of the information can be found at, http://www.linux-foundation.org/en/O...MacOSX/foo2zjs In summary You'll need to download: http://www.openprinting.org/download...zjs-1.1-UB.dmg http://www.linuxprinting.org/macosx/...3.2.15.ppc.dmg and http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/g...c.dmg?download I started by running the installer for ghostscript, then the installer called foomatic-RIP.dmg. Lastly I ran the installer foo2zjs. When it finished a terminal window opened and I ran through the instructions listed there. I chose the option for the 1600 and then pressed enter. Once all three installers have been ran open up print utility from system utilities. The printer should show up and choose the foomatic driver on it's own. Once the printer is installed you'll have b&w printing. " All but the last link is old and broken, and the last link just automatically starts downloading something onto my computer, without first seeing what it is that I'm downloadingso I halted that. Can anybody help me here? Does anybody know of a generic driver or have an idea which newer Color LaserJet driver might be able to talk to this printer? Thanks in advance for any help!