Fixed : com.hp.devicemodel.TransportProxy using High CPU

After updating MacBook Pro to OS X Yosemite, fans running crazy and com.hp.device model.TransportProxy using high CPU usage up to 300%. It was a driver for an HP printer/device. It’s really a frustrating problem. Here, I going to share some solutions to solve the problem. Then follow the upcoming steps.

Fix 1:- Delete Unfinished Printer Entries

Go to Apple Menu -> System Preferences -> Printers and scanners preferences and delete the various entries of trouble maker printer from the list.
It takes few minutes for the MacBook Pro to cool down.
Note: In  System Preferences -> Printers & Scanners panel, double-click the HP print queue to open it.  Choose each unfinished job in the window that opens, then click the X button on the right to delete it.

Fix 2: Uninstall HP Software

Uninstall the HP software by using the HP uninstaller. MacBook Pro ventilation will be slowed down immediately after you complete the uninstallation process.

Fix 3: Update or Reinstall the Driver

Try to update or reinstall the drivers for HP devices. Then try resetting the SMC (it will fix fan problems).

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