Question about Canon PIXMA MP610 InkJet Printer
You can download the drivers directly from Canon's website.
Click on the Drivers and Downloads tab. Go to the first section, Drivers/Software selection and then click the drop-down for the Select OS. Choose the appropriate operating system. And it will automatically forward you to where you can download the exe file or the installer.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
You should find what you need here:
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Copy & paste Canon's URL I've provided here. They have the software available as a download. Click on the "Downloads" drop down menu you'll see near the top right. Select "Consumer" where you'll see 3 selection menus.1st select "printers", 2nd select "Pixma iP series" then select your printers' model number. Hit the Go button & that will take you to the page to select your computers' operating system.
1 tip. Determine where you want the software to be downloaded onto your computer prior to the actual download. Depending on what I plan to do with a download, I'll either send it the desktop or "my documents" folder. Specifying the location this way makes it much easier to find the file to start the installation process.
Once the OS is selected you'll see a red highlighted .exe link.Click on that & you'll have usual disclaimer statement & then save it to your computer.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
SOURCE: installation - Pixma iP1000
As long as you downloaded the correct drivers from Canon.com they should work. You should, using Control Panel / Add Remove Programs, remove any and all software for your printer. Double check at the Canon site that you have downloaded the correct drivers, and then do a clean install. Check the manual and follow their instructions. If after all of that your printer still does not work, you may have a faulty printer.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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