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If it truly needs a driver then install patin-couffin It will bypass all that windows uses now and accurately talk between drives and the dvd-rom. But it sounds to me that your dvd-rom just failed. You never know when they are going to go
If your internet is slow, please download it to a different computer which has much faster internet connection (may be you can use a library or public internet center), copy the downloaded file in a pen drive or any other memory device, save it into your computer and install it.
you need to use the driver for win 7. If you have already installed the software using the installation cd, you need to uninstall it first before using the win 7 driver by going to start menu > programs > lexmark 5600 series > tools> uninstall. Then reboot pc. Check the version of your operating system. Right-click on My Computer and choose properties to see if you have a 64-bit or 32-bit OS. Download the proper driver package by going to this link: http://bit.ly/cclHPL . download cj5600Win7en64.exe is for 64-bit OS. or download cj5600Win7en32.exe for 32-bit OS. install the sw and try scanning again. Hope this helps.
Usually when I install drivers for hardware I never use the CD that ships with the product. By the time the product has shipped, CD's that contain software for the product are usually outdated since hardware manufacturers are constantly updating software around the time of release and for awhile afterwords. Because of this, I like to go straight to the manufacturer website and download the absolute latest software/drivers for the hardware in question.
Here's a link below to both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the Windows Vista software for SetPoint. Depending on what version of Windows Vista you're running [32 or 64], choose the appropriate one and try installing that. If that doesn't work, visit Logitech's Support Website, choose your product, and download the appropriate drivers.
My Canon PIXMA MP500, purchased in mid-2006, came with the (then) ScanSoft OmniPage SE2 software on a CD. The PC had WinXP Installed. I had no use for the ScanSoft it so I made no effort to install it. Fast Forward: Two PC crashes later, July 2009. Using Win Vista Home Premium LOST, important WinWord document file, only a hard copy available. I tried to recover, scanning the "Xerox" copy. The SE Version of OmniPage was very complicated but I succeeded in producing a replacement *.doc file.
It appears that newer editions of WinVista contain the right printer drivers for this Canon Model.
You have to put the windows disk in, and then shut down computer. Make
sure the laptop is set to boot from cd. Then follow the on screen
instructions. PS BACK UP ALL YOUR IMPORTANT FILES BEFORE INSTALLING
/ REFORMATTING WINDOWS! HOPE THIS HELPS