Canon Lbp3000 Printer Driver For Windows 7 Install Update
Discussion in 'Drivers' started by popcorntoes, Nov 14, Nov 13, Messages: This is my first post, I have been reading this forum with great interest there are some great tips here. I have found a driver for it which is supposed to be for Windows 7 here: Hoping someone can help me, as this is a great little printer I would hate to have to throw it out. Oct 17, Messages: I've downloaded this driver and it seems to run ok for me? Did you get the error when running the file you downloaded, or the subsequent setup.
If it's the former, you should be able to extract the archive manually using something like WinRar www. When you connect it and W7 asks for the drivers, tell if you will browse to the driver location and then select the extracted folder - it should find then automatically in one of the subdirectories.
Ian, Nov 15, Thanks for replying Ian. I can extract this file from the Zip but wont install from the setup. I have tried using the disc, and I've tried pointing to the extracted folder, no succes. One other thing, when it asks for a port, which port do io select? I'm a bit confused here, use an excisting port? Nov 16, Messages: Thanks for replying jelreyn. I guess I have to accept this, but I will not buy another Canon product, I have only had this printer just over 12 months. I will take your advice and check that the next printer I buy has the 64bit windows drivers.
If you want to gamble, it might be worth spending a bit of time sending a query to Canon Australia as to whether they're planning to make a bit driver available for the LBP Another thing to check it to be sure you are actually using a bit version of Windows 7 - I could be completely wrong in that earlier assumption.
You can check by going to the Control Panel, clicking on System and Security , and then clicking on System in the following window. That should bring up a window that says 'View basic information about your computer' and then there down in the middle somewhere it will say System type: Yes it is a 64bit operating system.
And i shall definately be contacting Canon Australia. I will let the forum know if i get a reply. Thanks again for your help. Feb 22, Messages: EASY 64 bit driver work around Im surprised no one has mentioned this If you are having trouble with a Perfectly FINE printer on win 64 buy a device to connect your printer to your router. That way you have a network printer that you can use on any PC in your house even when your regular one is turned off.
Even if you only have one PC with the prices of PCS these days they are bound to get cheaper and you will probably get a second one Asher, Feb 22, Hi Asher Thanks for your reply. This sounds interesting, but I'm not sure what you mean by a "device" do you mean a special cable? I do have 2 ports free on my Netgear wireless modem. But its the printer driver that's the problem, I can't get one for this printer in Windows7 64 bit Cannon havnt made one yet.
So doing it this way don't I need a driver? Mar 8, Messages: Hi popcorntoes Thanks Asher, I never thought about the print servers for network connections. Connect the little box to your network and then your printer to the little box. I've never used one so I'm not sure if there is a special configuration involved. PS, This will only work if you have an available network port for the server to connect. Hi popcorntoes, welcome to the forum! Just wondering, to make sure all bases are covered, did you install the driver per the instructions before you plugged in your printer?
Hopefully, you'll get your printer going, one way or the other. Best of luck to you. Hi Thanks for your reply. Cannon havn't made a driver for the LBP for 64 bit systems yet. I contacted them but with no success, they didnt even reply. That's a shame, you contact a company you buy from, and they don't even have the decency to contact you back. They could have done that much, and not leave you hanging this long.
I have tried to search for an answer for you, but keep running into a wall. There are Vista drivers, but 32 bit only. The only thing that I can think of would be the network solution that was posted beforehand. And one other possibility, but it's a long shot, so keep this in mind. Sometimes you can find hard to find printer solutions at Microsoft Answers.
That's how I found my driver, my printer's a little old, too. I will continue to search, and should I find anything, I'll post back. Have you ever used a virtual machine VM? What this does is, it's a PC within a PC. The VM is free. That could allow you to get your printer going again. Other than that, I could find nothing. I've searched other forums on this, there are many users awaiting a driver, but no answer from Canon.
The above solution is the best I can find. Thanks for trying to find a solution for me. That does sound like the way to go, but i dont feel confident enough to do it myself, so will try and find someone more qualified to do it for me.
It's not too hard, but if you've never done it before, it can appear complicated. If not, an earlier version will do. The earlier versions are easier for you to install, however at this time, only XP and Windows are still being updated.
Being that at one time you used this printer, you are probably familiar with one or more of these OS's. If you need to use these OS's to print, fine, use it. But it wouldn't be a good idea to use it for everyday use, as Windows 7 is much more secure. If you find someone to help and need further instructions, post, as soon as I see it, I'll get back with you. Hope the best for you, I understand your frustration, as I had an older printer myself that took two months to find a driver for.
Keep in touch, you can PM me if you want. Asher, Mar 12, Plug in your printer here Plug in your router cable here.
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The diminutive maker has an impact just like an inkjet gadget, measuring 37 x 25 x 22 centimeters and also weighing in at just over 6kg, so it ought to fit nicely on a lot of workdesks. Canon has just fitted 2MB of memory to the Canon LBP to keep expenses down, yet this brings a small issue along with it. The Canon LBP relies upon the Windows GDI to handle print handling, so the tool will only function under Windows and all photos have to be pre-processed prior to being passed to the printer. Mac OS as well as Linux individuals are excluded in the chilly, yet this prevails for entry-level laser or even ink printers. As a result, the company has actually decided to fit a solitary toner and drum cartridge to streamline replacing and keeping an eye on consumables. The solitary consumable cartridge is simple to replace, and there are even voice prompts in order to help you if you get stuck.
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Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Canon LBP 64bit driver? Any ideas or workarounds that others have used to install Vista drivers on 7, until Canon get to writing 64bit drivers for 7? I have searched for the drivers on MS site but cannot find any. My setup is Intel Core2quad Q 2. CPU Intel core2quad Q 2. Graphics Card Sapphire Vapor-X water cooled, unknown. Sound Card Integrated Realtek alc, unknown.