Question about Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer
My computer crashed. I lost my disk for programming my Canon Pixma iP4000. I tried downing it online, but I got a screen warning me that I could have problems with my computer if I continued. Can I get another disk. Can you send me a download? Sandra
The warning that you received was an Operating System incompatibility driver. You must download the correct driver for the specific Operating System like Windows XP, Vista or Mac.
For Windows XP, download the driver HERE
For Windows Vista 32-bit, download the driver HERE
For Windows Vista 64-bit, download the driver HERE
For Mac, download the driver HERE
Note: In using Vista driver, you should identify if you are using Vista 32-bit or 64-bit. Go to Control Panel > System to check for version of Vista that you are using.
The links contain the software and driver for your printer.
Good luck and have a nice day!
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