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Printer Installed - Not in Printer/Faxes Settings...

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Old May 29th 02, 05:34 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
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I'd be grateful for any help with this problem. I've installed a new Canon
MF5630 (WinXP) and once it says the hardware is found, but when I try to
print, it's not there, nor is it in the Printer & Fax settings. In there,
when I click on add a printer, nothing happens. When I try Add New
Hardware, it says it is installed and working. I have tried it on another
computer and it works fine. I have also uninstalled and installed it a
couple of times. Any suggestions, please?!



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