The PIXMA iP6000D Drivers are included with the Windows 7 Operating System through Windows Update. Please connect the PIXMA iP6000D to your computer and automatically install the drivers. Once this has been done, visit our website by selecting this LINK to download and install the Add On Module for full compatibility.
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That works if the printer is on the local machine, but it fails when the printer is shared on another system on the network. I don't know if it would work when the printer is connected to a network server adapter.
Is there a way to get the drivers installed when the printer is physically connected to a different system on the network? Windows Update does not appear to be any help here; it doesn't even offer to try.
The printer will have to be connected directly to the computer via USB in order to properly install the drivers. Once this has been done you can try adding the printer from your network host computer.
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