Question about Canon CanoScan N1240U Flatbed Scanner
Go to the http://www.canon.com website and type your scanner model number in there by the SUPPORT DOWNLOADS. You should the specify that you are using Windows Vista and it should offer you a driver to download and install
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DRIVER TO INSTALL
Goto the following page, item 2 and try that driver
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
did you install the drivers? they were probably downloaded compressed- you need to look at your download list and install from there. don't know if vista refers to it as install wizard, as xp does, but check that the download was actually opened and installed. otherwise, it's sitting on your hdd doing nothing useful. i'm not familiar with vista, know a lot of people who tried it and switched back to xp. still waiting for the user reports for w7. supposed to be a great improvement on vista! so we wait and watch!
anyway, check out whether your patch for your scanner actually was installed!
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks a lot.Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.connected the scanner to my PC- Windows XP.Canon replied that it does not support Vista 64bit."
SOURCE: I cannot find a driver
I have many years of repairing Canon scanners and here is my suggestion to you.
I would google Canon CanoScan Lide 30 drivers just as I have written it to you. A page will come up select the one that takes you to Canon's official web site. Before you install the drivers disconnect the cable that goes from the scanner to the computer then install the drivers. Once the drivers are installed power on your scanner and then reconnect the cable to your computer from the scanner. A window will pop up saying a new device or new drivers are being installed. Once this completes I would reboot (restart) your computer and you should be able to scan now.
A side note if there are no current drivers available for your scanner I would then send a email requesting drivers from Canon or beta drivers if they have them. Drivers are free from Canon so it wouldn't hurt to ask for them.
I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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