Question about Brother MFC 420CN All-In-One InkJet Printer
I upgraded to Windows 7. The MFC420CN works, Windows 7 installed all the drivers. However, ControlCenter3 does not work. Brother is no help. They have not upgraded the software to be compatible with Windows 7, and they may never do so. Is there a way to get CC3 to work? Alternatively, since I use CC3 mainly to scan to a pdf file, is there software that will scan to a pdf?
No, I suspect that this is Brother's proprietary code.
It is up to the manufacturer to continue with the development of code to support the newer operating systems. If Brother has announced a driver for printer then they should release code for any ancillary programs to allow the printer to work properly.
If Brother is telling you that they have no plans to fully support their product under Win 7 and the printer is fairly new then I would start with a corporate complaint letter.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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