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How to connect a printer if no driver

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There are Canon MF3010 MFP connected to Windows XP, there is a need to connect over the network to windows 2008R2, the drivers for 2008 no. How can you get out?
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You can share it on a machine with XP and connect to 2008 via this machine.
Assignments will be send via XP (if off — the printer is unreachable)
About the scans, don't know, but to print so you can
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A bit exotic option — Google Cloud Print.
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A separate PrintServer.
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The last time I connected a printer to the 2008 server simply by installing the wood from Windows seven.
Moreover, it should not run the executable, as it will pop up that the OS is not supported, and to decompress the inside of the driver archiver, and then from device Manager to manually install the driver from that folder.
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If You need MFP print only (without flounces, mono) — always comes to the rescue of any available PCL5 driver from any simple printer — even HP LJ 5L, and while people are glad to have the chance to print the — already looking for a native driver.
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Try here
\rsupport-sg.canon-asia.com/contents/SG/EN/0100262201.html
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Basically, you just need a "Driver UFR II" under 2008, of which, judging by the Internet, is in the nature of a great many
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