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You're going to have to get hold of Canon to see if they still have them, I know Win 98 is basically phased out, as far as drivers are concerned. Best Buy might have an old Win 98 disk in their tech archives, I know they used to save a lot of them for support, so you might call them just for kicks. Call around to Used Computer stores, you might get lucky. Sorry, no easy fix for this problem.
note that windows 98 is no longer compatible with recent gadgets like you printer. this means that your pc registry is not able to load up the modules for installation process that needs certain requirements that your windows 98 do not meet.
the best option i advice you on is to check your pc's performance: your ram, processor and power supply. if your ram is over 512mb and your processor is near or above 1ghz, then you can either install another windows on the system without removing your 98 windows. this will help you install any other devices by using the other windows modules and swiching between the windows easily. this option is not advisable but helpfull when you do not want to override you existing windows so you could add any machine to your pc.
i know this might be a boring and a long process to consider if the printer you have does not support windows 98, but you could try it if you willing.
i will be more than just happy to hear soon fron you.
Uninstall any software that you may already have install for the Canon by going to ' add & remove programs ', uninstall your canon printer by going to ' printers & faxes, disconnect your Canon printer from your computer.
Reboot your computer.
Install the Canon printer software that you downloaded.
Hook up your Canon printer to your computer.
The software should install automatically. If not, re-install the software you downloaded.