Question about Canon CanoScan LiDE 30 Flatbed Scanner
I have repaired Canon scanners for many years so here is my suggestion for you.
Canon like all vendors was not ready for Windows 7. I would google Canon CanoScan LIDE 30 drivers. Im sure there up to speed by now and probably have new drivers avalible for your scanner. Make sure you download the drivers from Canon's official website. Once the new drivers are downloaded disconnect your scanner cable from your computer. Now install the new drivers you just downloaded. Once the new drivers are installed, with your scanner powered on reconnect the cable that comes from the scanner to your computer. A pop up window should come up saying new drivers are being installed. Once that process completes I would suggest you reboot your computer and you now should be ready to scan.
I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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