According the list provided by Apple the Officejet 7130 not list as supported by the HP Print Drivers v2.13:
HP also not list the Officejet 7100 series or 7130 as supported model:
You may check the 3rd party HPIJS print drivers which seems to support your model:
Be sure to install any of the three downloads and follow the Set Up Instructions.
For scanning you may check the 3rd party Vuescan software which seems to support your scanner:
The suggestion from SholmiL allowed me to add an open-source driver for an old HP Officejet 7140xi All-in-One and to operate the printer in Mountain Lion. Before finding this I was trying, by trial and error, to use the generic printer drivers or the HP drivers for other printer models as a workaround. This allowed some basic functionality but I could not, for example, use both the color and two-sided printing features of the 7140 at the same time. The open souce driver for the HP 7100 series supports both the color printing and duplexing (two-sided printing) features.
After downloading and installing all three component packages (HPIJS, Foomatic-RIP, and Ghostscript) available at
I added the printer driver via the Print & Scan System Preferences panel, following these steps (in OS X 10.8):
The printer was connected to the local network via TCP/IP.
In the Print & Scan pane, I hit the "+" button to add a printer; in the "Add" dialog box, the printer was detected and appeared in a list of available printers. Click on the printer in this list.
There is a drop-down menu labeled "Use:" that allows you to select the driver; when I selected the "Automatic" option, the correct driver (in this case named "HP Officejet 7100 Series hpijs, 188.8.131.52") was selected.
This driver can also be selected manually from the same drop-down menu.
Once you install the open-source drivers, the official printer drivers that come with the OS and/or are available through Apple Software Update appear in the "Use:" drop-down menu alongside the open-source drivers from the HPIJS package.
Thanks for pointing me to the HPIJS page. Very helpful.