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You are out of luck on this one. There is no Win 7 driver for this model. There may be a generic 32bit driver but certainly nothing 64 bit.
If you are really stuck , you could always dual boot with XP and Win 7 on the same machine. Its messy but create your doc in win 7, reboot into Xp and import the doc into Xp and print it. Personally i would but a newer printer.
Hello there You not say what windows version you are using on your PC this make a different. So if it is XP-32bit or 64-bit / Vista-32bit or 64-bit / Win 7-32bit or 64-bit / I have put 2 software driver for you on my website you can download it from there all you got to do is click on the link It may take time to download for you depending on the speed of your Internet all the best. Click Link= http://www.4all2sell.com/driver/Canon-PIXMA-MP470Win7-64Bit.exe Click Link = http://www.4all2sell.com/driver/Canon-PIXMA-MP470-Vista-32Bit.exe After download just double click on the icon and follow the instructions. Leave the USB lead out till it asks you put in. All I ask is to call back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one, so I will keep on helping.
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Two Minolta 2300DL windows 7 64-bit solutions(choose oneoption):
1) Download the XP 64-bit driver and extract to a folder:
then Control Panel>Devices and Printers>Add aprinter> Add a local printer>choose USB printer port>select the "HaveDisk" button(do not select a printer) and browse navigate to where you savedthe XP 64-bit driver "MLUU_DRV.inf" driver file which installs and worksfine. Only issue is now have a 3 minutewait delay for each print job using the universal driver compared to no delaywhen printing with XP.
2) Follow the Vista USB port(not network) install guide butstill use the XP 64-bit driver.
3) 32-bit option use the Vista 32-bit driver first as thatshould work.
the easy way out it is to upgrade the desktop to windows xp....I believe that no matter how week is the desktop ..xp it will install on it ...I installed once on a P3 with only 128 M ram and a 1200 CPU...so ..if you have at least 256M ram it will work and there is no need to loose any data either cause you can move them into another partition and format only C ...
I can not find a win 98 driver for your printer on the HP website. DO yu have the instalation disk that was writen for win 98? If not try installing the printer through the control panel. Either printers/fax or through install new hardware.The first being the preference. Some of the win OSs have printr drivers already installed.
If this does not work out, then the printer has no drivr available for that version of windows and you ewither have to upgrade to Xp or use a different printer which has a driver for win 98.
Drivers for Win '98 may not be available for this printer. Checked HP's website online manual. Nothing is said about support for Win '98. Options- upgrade your computer to Win XP (you might need some hardware upgrades, RAM, Hard disk etc.). Purchase a new or newer computer. There is the possibility you might be able to use drivers for an older HP Deskjet, such as the DJ694 or DJ8xx series. Drivers are downloadable from HP's website.
USB cable: First, do you have USB connections on your machine? If you don't know what they look like, look online, or a computer store salesperson could show you. It is possible your Win '98 machine doesn't have them-
Microsoft Windows 98 SE, 2000 Professional, ME, XP: Pentium Equivalent Processor or Higher 64MB of RAM (128 MB Recommended for Windows XP) 200 MB of Available Hard Disk Space CD-ROM Drive USB Port Color Monitor
I do believe the scanner does not support windows vista as of yet.
Printer / Scanner
HP Deskjet 6940 (via Network, auto driver) (32-bit) HP Laserjet 5L (32bit) hp color LaserJet 2550L (32-bit) HP Officejet 4200 (32-bit) HP PSC 1401 All-In-One Printer (32-bit) Lexmark 240N (Native Driver x64). Microtek Scanmaker 3600 (32-bit) Samsung ML-2010 monochrome laser printer (32-bit) Epson R220 (32 bit) Brother HL 1030 works after adding a printer manualy and installing as a brother 1430 (32bit) Dell Photo AIO Printer 964 (32-bit) HP Laserjet 4plus (32bit)(64bit) with HP Jet Direct as LPR on Standard TCPIP Port HP DeskJet 845c (32 bit)
Unfurtunately you didnt tell us what pc system you run: Is it XP, Win2k or Vista?
The latter one wont be able to connect to your pc. For the mfc 210c are only drivers for xp and win 2k, 98se avaiable.
You need another (newer) mfc (mfc240 or 235) if you run vista.
Anyway, if you run xp, download the aggrssive usb driver remover from the brother homepage and delete the drivers installed.
After a restart of the pc do have the mfc DISconnect from usb port (which must be one of the pc: NO hub!). Insert install disc and wait until pc software demands the connection to mfc. Connect now to pc usb. Let the software finish the installation. This should work for xp and win 2k/98se.