You will need to buy a new printer. To install your download click on the name of the downloaded file. Hence my request for help. Then, when the network view of the Win7 machine from the WinXP machine is opened, and the shared printer s selected and right-clicked, selecting the “Connect DominicP Replied on April 6,
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It looks like the proper driver file for this printer was the other file I’d found through Google This driver available for the following operating systems: So that’s not the explanation for the current problems.
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Tell us about your experience with our site. In the other user’s S story, the S simply will not install successfully on Win7 period Of course in addition to vizta having easy access to the 3 separate xanon folders Canon should also have provided adequate installation instructions: So actually, when that S printer was first plugged into the Win7 bit machine and got detected as “new hardware”, and the x64 printer drivers got automatically installed by Win7, what must have been happening is that Win7 must have communicated with the Microsoft support site to retrieve the PRNCA00t.
Canon S800 Inkjet Printer
This limited warranty covers all defects encountered in normal use of the Product and does not apply in the following cases:. There are no ‘official’ x64 bit drivers on the Canon page. So surely the culprit here really still goes back to the Canon packaging of the vlsta for the S which they gave to Microsoft for Win7.
This resulted in my downloading a file named: The S on the Win7 machine is marked as “shared”, and thus IS visible as a network object owned by the Win7 machine on the network view of the WinXP machine. In contrast, my S installed just fine in my x64 Win7.
Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. The sole warranty, if any, with respect to such non-Canon brand items is given by the manufacturer or producer thereof. WinXP seemed to be happy, vist no errors were presented. Again, in my opinion the difficulties really stemmed from how Canon had not properly packaged the drivers for the S that they gave to Microsoft It’s presumably been completely replaced with multiple “fractions” for Win7 which of course do NOT exist in Vista.
Print Speed up to. How satisfied are you with this reply? For reference by anybody who cares to help out vists suggest how I might alter my approach and hopefully achieve success which is to be able to print to the Win7-hosted S from the WinXP machineI’m also attaching a ZIP canln of the two INF files I mentioned above.
There may be one or possibly two additional driver parts needed for the S, just as there were for the S, but NONE of those parts one or more is available anywhere!!! We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide 8s00 of tips and tricks.
Built in sheet feeder sheets paper weight 24lbs; Banner Paper 6 sheets; Glossy photo card 1 sheet; Glossy photo paper 10 sheets; High gloss photo film 1 sheet; high resolution paper 80 sheets; Letter sheets; Legal sheets; envelopes 10; Photo paper pro 1 sheet; Photo paper pro 4×6 You simply have to check cxnon x86 radio button, push the OK button, and then navigate to where the INF file is located for the x86 driver.
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Just in passing, now that a few days have gone by and I’ve had time to reflect Win7 continues to ask me for that driver. PR Photo Paper Pro – 8. All done automatically by the “connect” process