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driver for the canon bjc-610 under winnt4

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I'm trying to download the driver for the canon bjc-610
running under winnt4. Went to the canon web site, they don't have it listed.
I also went to the MS web place, they have listed a link
on how to obtain it, tried it and cannot get it.
Anybody with an answer on how/where to get this driver?.
TIA for any input.

Efrain R Portales
Fort Worth
 
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The page has been moved...try the following link...
http://support.microsoft.com/support/downloads/LNP364.asp?PR=W95&FR=0&M=S&

Hope this helps...

Conan
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Thanks for this info. I downloaded the driver.

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