Windows 7 and iP4000R Printer

  Caskstrength60 05 Dec 09
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I've got a problem between windows 7 and my Canon iP4000R printer . This occurs on both my laptop and main computer , i can't get the printer to work on the wireless connection only the wired lan and i keep loosing the printer whenever the computers are switched off , having to re-install whenever i want to print anything . I've tried contacting Canon but just keep getting standard replies .
Anyone else had this problem ? Any help would be appreciated !

  ambra4 05 Dec 09

Have you check the canon site for the latest drivers for the PIXMA iP4000R

click here

  Caskstrength60 05 Dec 09

yes i did but if you look on there they don't actually put the drivers up , they come with Windows 7 , the drivers load it's just that when you shut down then reopen a computer it comes up as if the Printer is off line and you need to re-install it to get it to work .

  ambra4 05 Dec 09

Try with the printer switch on before you turn on the computer

  Caskstrength60 05 Dec 09

The printer is on all the time (barring when we go away for more than a couple of days).

  BBCox 11 Feb 11

Anyone have any further ideas?

The Canon people try to be helpful, but they are frustrating because they ask for a million details then send you something other than what you asked for...

  jakimo 20 Feb 11

Have you tried this Vista add-on driver file, it may work,if not install the printer software,and let Microsoft load a generic driver

click here-(Windows-Vista-Vista64)_122.shtml

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