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I have a canon i70 and on my new computer I can,t set up the software user,s guide I get an error report

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  • etsantan Jan 06, 2009

    I have a Cannon i70 printer and just tried to install it on my new computer and I keep getting an error message "printer is offline" but it says ready. Can't print a test page.

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I downloaded the relevant drivers.

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To download the drivers, and any associated software needed from the printer manufacturer website.

1) I know the heading states Cannon i70, (Should state CANON i70), but I need to know if this is the printer in question.

2) I need to know the Operating System your computer has on it.
Windows XP, and Windows Vista, are two examples of an operating system.

Should you wish guidance on how to download, and install said software, I need the two above questions answered.

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Go here:
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Wait for the page to load completely ( may take a little while and show "no additional downloads available" at first ), and near the bottom of the page, select Windows Vista from the drop down menu and download the software.

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you can get a canon driver here

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