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The reply from Canon support was, that it was ro much trouble to acnon drivers It’s absolutely impossible to use bit kernel-mode drivers on a bit system, and vice versa.
Is there a site that offers generic printer drivers for Vista 64? If that folder isn’t there then pcl5ee is a good possibility that Toshiba used a modified install of Vista with the printer driver folder removed on a normal install the printer drivers folders is somewhere around MB.
Also if you haven’t checked it yet, when you go to Printers in Control Panel and check the properties for your printer s you should have a control panel that opens that is almost identical to the one that came with the XP drivers right down to the Maintainence tab with all its options. On the bright side, the hunt for a driver brought me to this site They did not come with any disks as everything was preinstalled. Great work, stormy i did try almost every variation of canon laserjet and even went as far as to try generic drivers Hampton VA Posts 1, What’s new New posts New media New media comments Latest activity.
I did go to the Canon site and I did download the tiny driver for the MP I have 2 new Toshiba laptops that came with Windows Home Premium 64 bit. If it is there it should just be a matter of plugging the printer s in and letting Vista detect and install the driver. If you haven’t already done so, you should search Canon’s website for the latest x64 Vista drivers for each of those printers.
Just for fun, and for anyone else with a Canon printer and Vista x64 here is the complete list of printers with native Vista support, Code:. How do I use the add on if I can’t install the original driver disk?
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Don’t worry too much about the “original driver disk” because they tend to be obsolete even before the printer is taken out of the shop! Yeah, I saw that. This works also for Windows 7 x Showcase New media New comments Search media. Seach the manufacturer’s website instead – in this case Canon.
You must log in or register to reply here. One reason that Canon folder is so big is that it has all the necessary driver and color profile files in it for just about every Canon printer made in the last years or at least that’s what it looks like including any made up until the release of Vista. Did you read about the file, earlier in the thread, contained in Vista that has printer drivers in it for 64 bit?
One thing I did do while there was to remove all printer support except for Canon which is the ca bit in the file name prncaas that is what I have for a printer and canob new one I get should have drivers available. I had to replace my printer with am HP one for that very reason.
Supposedly the Pixma IP isn’t ppcl5e, but Vista supports it even though Canon officially doesn’t. Thanks, I’ll give it a check and get back to you later today.
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Forums New posts Search forums. Thread starter tocaff Start date Mar 21, All is well as both printers are running perfectly. Thanks for the help. Where are the drivers that Vista supposedly has as part of it’s program? I’ll try it again and see what happens.
My problem pcle that I need to have both printers working and Vista rejects an installation of a 32 bit driver program.