I have a Toshiba Satellite laptop with Windows 7 Pro. I have two printers that work well with it, and I also have a Canon imageclass MF 3111 that I would like to use with it as well, but I can't seem to get it working.
The drivers download section of the Canon website says:
There is no driver for the OS Version you selected. The driver may be included in your OS or you may not need a driver.
With no luck taking that route, I did some searching and came up with this:
I have luckily managed to figure out how to get my Canon MF3110 printing with Windows 7 64 bit even though there is no driver for Windows 7 64bit for the Canon MF3110 Multifunction Printer. The solution is to download the Windows 7 64 bit printer drivers for the Canon MF5750 and then install the drivers as your LPT1: Printer. Note this same work around should work in theory with the Canon MF3111 model as well.
Nope. That didn't work for me.
So it's time to toss it you, the Experts, to see if there really is a way to get the thing cranked up and working.
How 'bout it?