Currently Being ModeratedMay 21, 2011 4:20 PM (in response to EK Productions)
The Canon driver included with Snow Leopard was a version of 10.19. Subsequent point updates and also via Apple's SU has seen this driver version update to 10.42. So if you have a v10.xx then you do have the SL driver. You can check via Print & Fax > Options & Supplies > General. If this is showing v7.xx then this is the Leopard driver, which is not present by default so this would indicate that you either did an upgrade from 10.5 to 10.6 or that you installed the older v7.x driver on 10.6. So if you do have the older driver then you can trash the Canon folder, located in HD > Library > Printers. You may also want to check the HD > Library > Receipts folder for any Canon driver package. If you do find one then trash it also. With these items trashed you can now run the v10.xx installer again and then add your MX700 queue.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 28, 2011 5:34 AM (in response to PAHU)
I hope you can help me.
I also have issues with my Canon MX700 networked printer since upgrading to Snow Leopard.
When I try to print a dialogue is briefly displayed saying " Do you want the application canonijnetwork.bundle to accept incoming network connections" if i'm not quick enough to click on Allow then I get an error in the printer queue saying that a communication error has occurred.
I have checked the version of the printer driver and it is 10.42.1.0.
I have also checked my Firewall setting which show that canonijnetwork.bundle is configured to allow incoming network connections.
Any ideas as to what I need to do?
Currently Being ModeratedMay 28, 2011 5:40 AM (in response to El Morche)
The new 10.42 drivers are signed and don't need to be listed in the exceptions list. So open System Preferences > Security > Firewall. Press the Advanced button and remove all Canon references from the list. OK the change and then try printing again.