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I am re-installing my canon ip5200r printer...

I accendintally removed my printer from the control panel and now i need to reinstall it ...
I uninstalled all canon files.
Now when my disk is 66% of the way done it stops.
Should my printer be plugged in at this time or not (usb) and power?

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  • Jordan Bosch May 11, 2010

    It sounds like it just froze up. Try and do the install again, it should tell you when you need to plug your printer in and give it power.

    I can try and give you a more simple thing to do then installing with the cd if it continues not to work but i will need what version of windows you are using such as vista or xp.



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Click select OS and then select your version of windows then install what pops up under drivers. This is your backup if the cd doesn't work

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