I recently purchase a laptop running on Windows 7.
When I tried to use my Canon Multipass F60, I got an error message that I needed to manually download the drivr.
When I went to the Canon download site there was not driver for Windows 7. I followed up with an email to customer service. Their response was that they did not plan on developing a driver for this all in one as its lifspan was over 8 years.
I love this all in one and don't want to have to buy a new printer. Is there a way to get Canon to develop the driver or is there a third party driver available for this?
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