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Re: MF Toolbox doesn't work on Windows 10


@scotty2541 wrote:

Is there a real solution to this?

 

I've uninstalled/reinstalled several times.  I even installed the patch file listed, AND set the properties to run as Admin..

 

I have Windows update TURNED OFF, for this very reason.  I've been screwed over by MS enough to know better.  None of the listed KBs are on my pc anyway.

 

So... After working great for 5 months, suddenly I started getting the folloiwng error on my ImageClass MF4890dw

 

FAILURE.jpg

 

The tool box is...

 

ToolBox.jpg

 

No amount of patching, reinstalled, adjusting, or even screaming at MS has fixed this.

 

Is there a "real" solution anywhere?  I hate think that MS sabatoged my MF4890 and gotten away with it...

 

 


You say you had Window Updates disabled. Doesn't that indicate that the Operating System is not the cause of the problem? In this case, your OS just sent the message to you that your system is not compatible with the Canon software.

 

Look at other changes you made to your system.

What software did you add before the problem?

Do you have a Restore Point from before the problem?

 

Also look at the printer ports and IP addresses for the printer and scanner.

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Re: MF Toolbox doesn't work on Windows 10

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Ummm... Look at the message again. It is NOT the OS telling me the software is not campatible with the system.

 

It is the TOOLBOX telling me that the software is not compatible WITH THE SCANNER.

 

Some incompatibility, when some other software felt the need to update a boatload of .NET assemblies or virtual engines or redistributables, and it's broken.   Now, the toolbox doesn't know what scanner it's talking to.  Probably because some WSDL XML got screwed with and the RPCs are all messed up...

 

Should I systematically uninstall all the apps I installed after doing the initial Windows 10 install?  I tested the scanner when I did the install, and sscnned a few things since then....  Then had other things I need to also install.  (there are literaly 60 apps, 40 of which MS Visual studio products, and at least 8 different "MS Visual C++ 20XX Redistributable ..." )

 

And that won't do it anyway...  When some app that is tightly coupled to MS's bloatware libraries and drags in MS's updates they don't come out on an uninstall.  Uninstalls only remove the app, they notoriously leave the trail of doo-doo from MS behind.  

 

So this is indicicative of the crappy direction of the entire software industry...

1.  Jack-asses write apps and just "bull-in-china-shop" cram all kinds of library garbage because they can't think for themselves.  And break other peoples stuff.  (who knows which other packaged crunched this...)

 

2. Companies write apps that don't work defensively, and suddenly one little think changes and it completely breaks, in this case thinking it's talking to the wrong peripheral.

 

(In case you are wondering, or can't surmise from my attitude, I don't do any development in C# or Java if I can avoid it... and I don't rely on garbage protocols that change on a whim breaking existing packages)

 

Since the CANON TOOLBOX doesn't talk to the CANON PERIPHERAL, I expect CANON to fix it.  Not have me spin me wheels guessing what they did wrong by randomly adding and removing things.

 

-Annoyed.

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Re: MF Toolbox doesn't work on Windows 10

Ummm

Do you have a restore point or not?


@scotty2541 wrote:

Ummm... Look at the message again. It is NOT the OS telling me the software is not campatible with the system.

 

It is the TOOLBOX telling me that the software is not compatible WITH THE SCANNER.

 

Some incompatibility, when some other software felt the need to update a boatload of .NET assemblies or virtual engines or redistributables, and it's broken.   Now, the toolbox doesn't know what scanner it's talking to.  Probably because some WSDL XML got screwed with and the RPCs are all messed up...

 

Should I systematically uninstall all the apps I installed after doing the initial Windows 10 install?  I tested the scanner when I did the install, and sscnned a few things since then....  Then had other things I need to also install.  (there are literaly 60 apps, 40 of which MS Visual studio products, and at least 8 different "MS Visual C++ 20XX Redistributable ..." )

 

And that won't do it anyway...  When some app that is tightly coupled to MS's bloatware libraries and drags in MS's updates they don't come out on an uninstall.  Uninstalls only remove the app, they notoriously leave the trail of doo-doo from MS behind.  

 

So this is indicicative of the crappy direction of the entire software industry...

1.  Jack-asses write apps and just "bull-in-china-shop" cram all kinds of library garbage because they can't think for themselves.  And break other peoples stuff.  (who knows which other packaged crunched this...)

 

2. Companies write apps that don't work defensively, and suddenly one little think changes and it completely breaks, in this case thinking it's talking to the wrong peripheral.

 

(In case you are wondering, or can't surmise from my attitude, I don't do any development in C# or Java if I can avoid it... and I don't rely on garbage protocols that change on a whim breaking existing packages)

 

Since the CANON TOOLBOX doesn't talk to the CANON PERIPHERAL, I expect CANON to fix it.  Not have me spin me wheels guessing what they did wrong by randomly adding and removing things.

 

-Annoyed.


 

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Re: MF Toolbox doesn't work on Windows 10

this seemed to work for me.

 

install 

[Windows 32bit & 64bit] Tool Box Ver.4.9.1.1.mf18

 

 

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