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Selpy CP400 I like to connect this CP400 with mij windows XP computer in order to print directly from my pictures on my computer. The computer says: I can't find the hardware. Do I need a piece of software?

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    have not got cd rom where can i download it

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    no need install canon cp400

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Yeppers..you can get that here, through the Canon icon.

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Conon selpy cp810 not saport the windos 8


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Disable Monochrome Effects When Monochrome Effects is enabled from the Effects section of the printer's Properties/Preferences, the printed image will have a definite color hue. Follow the steps below to disable Monochrome Effects.
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  2. Windows 2000/XP: Right-click the printer icon, then click 'Printing Preferences'. Windows 98/Me: Right-click the printer icon, then click 'Properties'.

  3. On the Effects tab, click on the 'Monochrome Effects' check-box to remove the check-mark.

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  4. Click the 'OK' button at the bottom to save the setting.

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