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I want to share my canon with a client comp but when i try to share the problem is "failed to save the printer settings - process cannot be done" (sg like that, i have hungarian lang prg). We can print from host comp, and everything else is fine. Help, please! Is it a driver problem? Should i download the most updated version? We bought this Canon MX 320 today. Thank so much, best regards! Borka Szabo, Hun

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  • boribakter May 06, 2010

    hum, i'm sorry for grammatical errs... so missing comma needed to be post the right place, as: "...when i try to share, the problem is..." i hope it's more understandable now.

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