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Installing HP Lasetjet 3030 for Mac SNOW LEOPARD 10.6

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Hi All - I have installed Snow Leopard and my HP3030 Laserjet no longer works (I use it on USB).
I have confirmed it is because I need to install the Snow Leopard software/drivers from the SNOW LEOPARD Install Disk, that the SW is there to properly support the HP 3030 under Snow Leopard.
I don't know how to do this though ... after I "Insert my Mac OSX 10.6 Install Disk"  ... Can anyone direct me?
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Just to elaborate a little, I had tried installing the latest driver from the HP website, which turns out is NOT for Snow Leopard ... so I am thinking that maybe I need to UNinstall it  ?  Like maybe I clobbered the already installed 10.6 driver when I installed the wrong one ...
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