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This scanner connects to the computer using the parallel printer port (LPT1) You can get the manual from this WEB site. http://canoncanada.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/941/~/canoscan-fb-330p%2Ffb-630p-user-manual
Commence par deleter Director Player . Va ensuite sur Device manager ( gestionnaire des p?riph?riques ) et delete ( pas seulement d?sinstaller ) le pilote du scanner . D?connecte le scanner . Va dans le Control pannel ( panneau de configuration \ programmes ) et delete le logiciel de ton scanner . Fais un restart . Ne connecte pas encore le scanner . R?installe le logiciel pilote . Fais un restart . Attends que le systeme d' exploitation soit compl?tement stabilis? .Reconnecte le scanner et attends confirmation que le pilote est correctement install? . Cela devrait marcher ? pr?sent . Si oui , r?installe Director Player et vois ce qui se passe .
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like Canon supports this scanner under Vista. Check if the Windows generic TWAIN scanner driver will work. The Canon software won't work. If the generic driver can be installed, then you should be able to acquire scans in Paint (File > Import from Scanner or Camera), Windows Fax and Scan (New Scan) (some versions of Vista) or Windows Photo Gallery (IIRC it works like Paint).
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (Canon wants you to upgrade. I have a different scanner that isn't officially supported past XP and the generic driver works fine. Unfortunately, you can't just use the XP driver in the compatibility mode due to the lack of signed drivers that are required in the 64-bit OS)
Most scanners including all-in-one printers can be shared acrossed a network. Hook up the scanner to one computer. At that computer, go into the control panel and to scanners (XP that would be printers and other hardware and then scanners). Right click on the CanoScan and click sharing. You can assign a name to the device. Go to other networked computer and add the device. You should be given an option to locate device on a network. Install the same driver and software you want to use with scanner.
Note: I'm not a Mac user, I've given instructions based on Windows XP/Vista. But, process should be similar.