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Windows 98 and Canon pixma 1800

Windows 98 and Canon pixma 1800

(OP)
A friend has bought a Canon pixma 1800 printer.  Her computer is running Windows 98.  When I attempted to install the software on the CD, it complained that The CD-ROM cannot be used with the current operating system.

Has anyone got a pixma 1800 to work under Windows 98?

Andrew
Hampshire, UK

RE: Windows 98 and Canon pixma 1800

Best you can do is try the canon site for a driver.
They may have a basic pcl driver for win98.

"Impatience will reward you with dissatisfaction" RMS Cosmics'97

RE: Windows 98 and Canon pixma 1800

(OP)
Thank you Michael52x.  After looking at the Canon site, I phoned their technical support people who promised a reply within 3 working days.  I was hoping that someone on Tek-Tips might have already been down this road.  I'll report back next week on the Canon response.

Andrew
Hampshire, UK

RE: Windows 98 and Canon pixma 1800

Unfortunately, this printer is not compatible with Windows 98...No drivers are available.  Sorry.

RE: Windows 98 and Canon pixma 1800

(OP)
Thank you PCBlondie.  

Canon haven't yet replied to me but your response seems to be pretty certain about the situation.

Andrew
Hampshire, UK

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