Canon MultiPass C20 Driver

Does anybody know if there is a Windows NT4 driver for this printer?
Tim_KemptonAsked:
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TedSennCommented:
Try drivers.com and Mfg site.
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briancassinCommented:
tim I show nothing for a multipass c20 is this a new machine ?   or is this older I cannot find any such printer in existenance or are you talking about a xerox docuprint c20 ?

here is the link for cannon's driver page
http://128.11.41.160/goto.shtml?/techsupport/downloads/index.html

here is the link for xerox's driver page
http://www.xerox.com/go/xrx/drivers_utilities/drivers.jsp
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Tim_KemptonAuthor Commented:
I don't think it's that old. It's one of those Printer/Fax/Scanner types (the all in one).
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briancassinCommented:
Tim there is no listing under there multifunction units for this model is it a 2000 model not a 20 ?
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Tim_KemptonAuthor Commented:
It says C20
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briancassinCommented:
are you sure it is canon ?
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Tim_KemptonAuthor Commented:
Yep
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Tim_KemptonAuthor Commented:
Yep
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briancassinCommented:
Canon does not have any drivers or information on this printer on there website at all you will most likely have to call canon but it does not appear they make a driver for nt for this machine
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Tim_KemptonAuthor Commented:
OK thanks for you help.
It appears canon are very lax in supporting their equipment on different operating platforms.
I will not be buying anymore Canon products again.
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briancassinCommented:
I would either get xerox or hp multifunctional units they support NT enviroments with there multifunctional units
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