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Need info to install my multipass f80--to my new computer i lost the disk that came with it

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You may need the driver...
try to get it from here.
http://cr.am/framed.php?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.usa.canon.com%2Fconsumer%2Fcontroller%3Fact%3DModelInfoAct%26tabact%3DSupportDetailTabAct%26fcategoryid%3D238%26modelid%3D7175%23DownloadDetailAct&ref=driverguide

other post I read indicates it may not work on vista yet, the driver you may get may be for 9x, 2000 or xp... keep in mind you need a driver that matches not only the device but also the os.
good luck

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U should beable to go to multipass f 80 on the internet.try going to www.canon.ca/english/softwaredownload,/consumer,,or just go to your browser and type in multipass f80 and look for software downloads..hope that works and helps you out..

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