Question about Canon MF3110 All-In-One Laser Printer
I can not find driver of canon mf3110 for windows vista 64 bit.
I found a solution for printing with Canon MF 3110
1- Download Driver For MF5730/5750/5770 For Vista 64-Bit
File Name : L7602ENx.exe
Follow These Steps
1- Add Printer
2- add a local printer
3- Use an existing Port : Choose : USB ( Virtual Printer for USB )
4- Have Disk
5- Locate the File Name : MF5700AK.inf
6- Printer Name : Change From Canon MF5700 Series To Canon MF3110 Series
7- Print Test Page
it Work for me on Vista Home Premium SP1 64-Bit
still Cant Manage to use the Toolbox 188.8.131.52.mf04 for Scanning ( Any Ideas ? )
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
Regarding solution #2:
Thank you so much for the info, works great! But one thing you must do after you installed the driver is change the default paper size setting on the computer so it would stop giving out the change paper size alarm on the printer.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Here's how to get your Canon MF3110 scanner to work under Win7-64 bit. Wherever you unpacked the 5730 driver files, locate the file named MF12SCN.INF.
Look for this section:
Add this line to the section:
Save the file.
In the Control panel, open Device Manager and find the MF3110 device that has the exclamation mark. Open its Properties. Pick Update Driver. Pick Browse My Computer. Pick the folder where you found the MF12SCN.INF. Windows will find the driver and install it. it will give it a strange name, but the scanner will work.
Posted on Jun 25, 2011
For solution 2, I downloaded the MF5730 driver from the US site.
I needed to change "Canon MF5700 Series" To "Canon MF3110" (and not "Canon MF3110 Series") in file MF5700AU.inf (which should be the US equivalent of MF5700AK.inf)
I've seen this fix on other sites (also with the scanner issue unsolved). However, they leave out the detail ("miracle step") on editing the .INF file.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
Thanks so much for Solution #2!!
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
SOURCE: Vista 32-bit driver for MF3110
Go to Canon MF3110 Support
If the Drivers & Downloads tab is not selected, click on it.
From the drop down menu, select your Operating System (Vista).
A link will appear in red in the Drivers block that appears. Click on the link to download it. The best thing to do is to select Save when the download window opens and save it to your Desktop. You can then begin the installation once the download is complete.
The Setup Guide is also on that same download page if you need it. Just remember when it says to insert the CD, just double-click the file on the desktop.
Thanks for using Fixya.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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SOURCE: I need a driver for vista 64 bit
From the manufacturer's web-site:
there _ONLY_ is a 32-bit driver for Windows Vista -- no 64-bit driver.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
Hi, please get new driver here:
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
Tips for a great answer:
I have luckily managed to figure out how to get my Canon MF3110 printing with Windows 7 64 bit even though there is no driver for Windows 7 64bit for the Canon MF3110 Multifunction Printer. The solution is to download the Windows 7 64 bit printer drivers for the Canon MF5750 and then install the drivers as your LPT1: Printer. Note this same work around should work in theory with the Canon MF3111 model as well.
You know you have the right file because if you go to Canon's website link here:
Select Windows 7 (x64) in the drop down
And download these drivers:
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