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Thank you for your kind response. I sorry to say there is little more that I can add other than the operating system is Windows 10. It seems to be working normally. The printing function is working just fine. I seldom try to fax anything so I don’t have anything to add there. I will say my experience over the years has been when these sort of things arise the problem turns our to be software. I’m virtually helpless when I get into that. I'm on AT&T and for years they offered a service to assist in correcting these sort of problems. They discontinued that a couple of years ago, to my dismay.
To be able to scan properly to your Windows 10 computer, the MFscan Utility would need to be installed and operational. The program would be found in your list of installed programs under the folder marked Canon Utilities.
You can install the program by downloading and installing the [Windows 32bit & 64bit] MF Scan Utility Ver.22.214.171.124 from our Canon USA support site. Once installed, you can try scanning again to see if it starts to respond.
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