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  • gregsim Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks nightwingblack.  Your instructions worked perfectly for me.  I was able (finally) to scan on a Canon ImageClass MF4412.  So Simple!  I had all the problems mentioned above. You fixed it!

  • MontrealCanada Level 1 (0 points)

    Log into your printer's remote user interface, say 192.168.0.40. Then, go into:

    1) Settings/Registration

    2) System Settings

    3) Edit

    4) USB Device Settings

    5) Remove the checkmark under use "USB Device" (

    6) Click on OK

    7) Turn off then turn on your printer.

  • a brody Level 9 (65,758 points)

    Not all Canons are bad.  The Canon Pixma MX700 actually has drivers going back to PowerPC days and 10.4.

  • Csound1 Level 8 (46,987 points)

    MontrealCanada wrote:

     

    Log into your printer's remote user interface, say 192.168.0.40. Then, go into:

    1) Settings/Registration

    2) System Settings

    3) Edit

    4) USB Device Settings

    5) Remove the checkmark under use "USB Device" (

    6) Click on OK

    7) Turn off then turn on your printer.

    And what does that do?

  • Mr. Spock Level 1 (5 points)

    I have this printer too, it is my 2nd Canon ImageClass printer, the first being the ImageClass MF4100 which was not networkable.  They operate much the same way, and yes, scanning is totally possible... I have scanned hundreds of documents to them, but I don't believe either can scan over the network. 

     

    I have been getting the same error that ahbrobot initially quoted just recently and find now that there is a new driver (for OS X 10.7 anyway, which is what I have) as of August 29, 2014.  I hope this helps someone out there.

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