My Canon LiDE 600F scanner is failing to install on Windows 7 (64bit) (version 6.1 build 7600).
This scanner works fine on WindowsXP, however.
I spoke Canon about this and they obviously get this complaint all the time and they say that their drivers (which they have failed to up date ) work "just fine" and that it is a problem with Windows 7 itself and that I need to speak to Microsoft (!)
My canon scanner canoscan lide 100 does not even respond to the computer. No matter what i do, it remains "cold". I bought it a few months ago.. and updated the driver software recently. But, still no result.My os is Windows 7 [64 bit]
Hardware Canonscan LiDE 600F / Windows 7 x64 Pro?I have tried to install "LiDE 600F Scanner Driver Ver. 12.1.2 (Windows 7 x64/Vista64/XP x64)" lide600fvst641212ea15.exe (version:12.1.2 Size:12.19MB Posted:10/19/2009). But although it SAYS that it has installed correctly, TWAIN does not fire up and I am unable to use the scanner. It also makes a weird noise through the computer's loud speaker going "dee-dum" every 2 seconds.(Fwiw, the sound is like two low-ish frequency guitar strings being plucked, about 1 octave apart).Also in the Control Panel unders System the scanner dialogue is disappearing and refreshing every 2 seconds as well.It sounds to me like something is rejecting the driver, but not showing any error message to screen.- Is there any way to (permanently) "give permission" to the driver to run?
Upgraded desktop to 64-bit and discovered that my Canon LiDe80 and Canon PIXMA iP4000 drivers are incompatible. So after some research and not sure how accurate, I read that the professional version would allow more of the 32-bit drivers to work.
I am having difficulty in installing the drivers for a Canon 8400F scanner on a Windows 7 64 bit laptop.I've downloaded the correct drivers from the Canon website, and installed themThey firstly unzip, then they seem to install but I don't get any message that the installation has completed.When I check Device Manager the scanner is not listed (and thus the drivers have not installed).
I have a computer with Windows 7 x64 installed and a Canoscan LiDE 100 from Canon, which has drivers dated from 2008 that work fine. The scan works without a problem.
However, the actual Canon software doesn't seem to work with it. Here is the link to it: Canon U.S.A. : Support & Drivers : CanoScan LiDE100,The software is: MP Navigator Ex and Solution Menu.I downloaded the Windows 7 x64 version.
The problem is that, whenever I start MP Navigator, Windows just tells me that it stopped working. I already tried compatibility mode with Windows XP SP3 and Administrator rights.Am I missing something? Am I the only one with this problem too?
I have a Canon 3200F scanner which I can't get working on 7 RC 32-bit.
I have downloaded the driver from Canon, installed it and nothing really happened. I then discovered that I needed to install a WIA driver, which I downloaded. But when I try to install it 7 says it may not have installed properly.
The scanner now shows up on the import list under Photoshop CS4, but when I select it to import it then stalls for a short time then tells me it can't connect, and to check the leads etc.
I recently upgraded to Windows 7 64 and can't get my Canon-DR-2850C scanner to work.According to Microsoft it's supposed to be compatible.I got and installed the driver package from the Canon site. Driver installed OK and device manager says it is "functioning properly." (I did not install the "job tool" below the Twain driver because it doesn't say it's compatible with Windows 7.)
When I click the scanner icon in control panel it throws a pop-up that says: "You need a WIA driver to use this device" and it invites me to install it from my mfr CD, which I don't have anymore and anyway would not be compatible with Windows 7. No scanning applications can see the scanner. Looked up this error message and it seems to mean I haven't installed a Twain driver, but of course that's what the Canon driver is. Canon seems to offer no support email links on their site (something I'll keep in mind during my next scanner purchase decision).
One day the scanner on the MF4100 was working. The next day, the scanner disappeared. Printer works, so I know it is talking to it as does the fax. Tried re-installing drivers from toolbox. No good. Tried scanner installation wizard, and add device, no go. It must be something so simple I just don't see it.
upgraded to an Intel i5 2400 CPU with ASRock P67 PRO motherboard. Everything went well, Windows found everything and installed the drivers fine apart from one.
In the System there is a Canon LIDE scanner which shows as a CanoScan with the yellow exclamation mark. Also Devices and Printers it shows up but with the yellow exclamation mark. Have reinstalled the supplied 64bit Canon software for it but still no go. It is USB powered so swapped around the USB cable but still a no go area. Unplugging and reconnecting the scanner makes no difference. I have no idea where Canon places the drivers for this when the set up program installs.Going online Windows finds the driver software but reports back that it has encountered an error while attempting to install it. The software it is tryng to install is CanoScan LiDE 600F.
Windows 7 64bit SP1 - Intel i5 2400 - 128gb SSD - ASROCK P67 PRO 3 - 8GB ram.
I have an old Canon F913800 CanoScan scanner. It does not work with Windows 7, but I need it, and I can't use Windows XP mode (my Pc crashes if I try to install it.) The scanner says "LIDE' on the front. I tried it on an old Mac iBook on Mac OS 9 and it works purposely. So is there a universal scanner driver or software to let me use this?
I have a Canon MX850 all-in-one printer/scanner. I cannot for the life of me get networking scanning to work on Windows 7 x64 7100. Windows 7 detects the network printer, but for whatever reason I can't get the scanning to work over network. If anyone has some good instructions for setting this up, let me know. I've tried Canon's IJ Scan Utility, but it finds no scanners. I've installed the driver manually, but then Device Manager just says "Canon MX850 ser Network", but I think it is supposed to include the IP address in the device name.
I have an excellent scanner, Canon 9950f (now discontinued), which I've used for several years scanning hundreds of old negatives of various sizes. Trouble is, the plastic film adapters (or frames, or guides) are shot. I'm looking to buy a new (or relatively unused) set.