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http://www.nodevice.com/driver/BJC-210/get24597.html Copy paste the above address into address bar download drivers hope this works its only .2 mb but it says for xp its the only one i can find rest are for 98 or me or nt
Go to this link. Select Windows XP in the Select OS box. You will see Canon's printer driver for the BJC-2100, and under 'Software' you will see ISScan_v350.exe which is actually the driver for the IS-22, compatible with Windows XP.
Install and download both files on your computer. I know that Windows XP has a driver already for the BJC-2100, but it may not work properly with the IS Scan driver.
Go to this link. Select Windows XP in the Select OS box. Download the driver and follow instructions to install the driver. Do not connect or turn on the printer until the installation program tells you to do so.
windows XP should already have generic ( Basic Drivers ) for this.
I would however recommend going to Canons website, and downloading the drivers for this Model.
Alternatively, check to see if any other printers are already setup as the default printer. if so remove-delete-uninstall, then re-boot with your printer connected.
Mike @ Compurepair.
here is the link for the driver download for the i250 for xp (hope you didn't mean you threw the printer itself away)
Here is the link for the bjc 80 scanning driver for xp;
but unfortunately canon does not seem to have a driver for printing in xp for the bjc80, it doesn't seem to be compatible - contact canon and they might have plans to release an xp driver
this link has dos drivers for the bcj80;
Hope this helps - other option would be to go back to windows me/2000 or get an xp capable printer - if you get a new one make sure it can deal with windows vista as well in case you upgrade in the future :)