Alan - would you mind sharing where you found the driver? On the official Canon website I can't seem to find them:
Hey there. Not sure if this is still relevant but I had the exact same issue with Windows 11 not detecting the printer and there not being a driver installation from Canon. The solution is pretty simple: Plug the printer in to the computer and switch it on. Open Device Manager and look under the Software Devices category. There should be an entry for the 9000Pro. Right click the pro9000 entry and select the update driver option and then Search automatically for drivers. Once the drivers have been updated the printer will appear in the Printers category and the spooler will be setup so you can print. Hope this helps....
Thank you so much for this. I'd just given up and was on the point of offering the printer for sale at £80 - in fury at Canon having forced me to replace a perfectly good printer. This solution (so simple) needs to be shouted from the rooftops! I cannot say how grateful I am to you for this.
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