Employing "troubleshooter" generates error

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Sol

Using Windows 7 to install an old printer (Cannon i960) and an old scanner
(CanoScan 5000) gives me message that I need to troubleshoot. When I click
on that link I get an error message. The error is 0x80091007. Any
suggestions?
 

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GSalisbury

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DL

why would I want to do that?

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> "DL" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>> Are win7 drivers available from Cannon?
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>> "Sol" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>>> Using Windows 7 to install an old printer (Cannon i960) and an old
>>> scanner
>>> (CanoScan 5000) gives me message that I need to troubleshoot. When I
>>> click
>>> on that link I get an error message. The error is 0x80091007. Any
>>> suggestions?
>>
>>
>
> Ask Canon!
 

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"DL" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> why would I want to do that?
>

Because they're most likely to have the answer.
I went onto the canonusa site and in their search window I entered "windows
7 driver for i960" to search entire site.
The 1st hit took me to a page that Drivers and Downloads as a prominent
choice and that, in turn, had Windows 7 and Windows 7 (x64) as O/S choices.
I didn't bother with the scanner.
It seems Canon has the answer.
Try it.
Geo.

> "GSalisbury" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>> "DL" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]

>>> Are win7 drivers available from Cannon?
>>>
>>> "Sol" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>> news:[email protected]
>>>> Using Windows 7 to install an old printer (Cannon i960) and an old
>>>> scanner
>>>> (CanoScan 5000) gives me message that I need to troubleshoot. When I
>>>> click
>>>> on that link I get an error message. The error is 0x80091007. Any
>>>> suggestions?
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Ask Canon!
>
>
 

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