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Windows 8.1 driver for Cannon 4140

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Say, this particular printer is connected to a Windows XP machine. We wish to share this printer on the network and print from a Win8.1 machine. Is there a driver available for this model from Cannon, or if not, any other way of printing from the Win8.1 machine through the network to the printer attached to the Win Xp machine?
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