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Canon PIXMA MP830 Printer Driver

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Free download and instructions for installing the Canon PIXMA MP830 Office All In One Printer Driver for Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP 64-bit, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit. For those who have lost the installation CD.



OSTypeVersionDate AddedFile SizeFile TypeDownload Link (About)
Windows 98Driver1.002009-12-0819.73 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows 98 Printer Driver Download
Windows MEDriver1.002009-12-0819.73 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows ME Printer Driver Download
Windows 2000Driver1.102009-12-0810.32 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows 2000 Printer Driver Download
Windows XP 64-bitDriver1.002009-12-089.77 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows XP 64-bit Printer Driver Download
Windows Vista 64-bitDriver1.102009-12-0810.31 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows Vista 64-bit Printer Driver Download
Windows XPDriver1.122013-05-1710.51 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows XP Printer Driver Download
Windows VistaDriver1.122013-05-1710.51 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows Vista Printer Driver Download
Windows 7Driver1.122013-05-1710.51 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows 7 Printer Driver Download
Windows 8Driver1.122013-05-1710.51 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows 8 Printer Driver Download
Windows 7 64-bitDriver1.122013-05-1710.64 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows 7 64-bit Printer Driver Download
Windows 8 64-bitDriver1.122013-05-1710.64 MBexeCanon PIXMA MP830 Windows 8 64-bit Printer Driver Download
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This page was last reviewed on May 17, 2013 to ensure all drivers are up-to-date.

Installation Instructions

To install the Canon PIXMA MP830 Office All In One Printer driver, download the version of the driver that corresponds to your operating system by clicking on the appropriate link above. A window should then show up asking you where you would like to save the file. Save the driver file somewhere on your computer where you will be easily able to find it, such as your desktop. Then follow the instructions below corresponding to the file type that you downloaded

exe (Executable File)

Go to the location where you saved the file and double click on the file. Then simply follow the on-screen instructions for installing the driver.

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Roger on November 29, 2015
(Electronics) Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program () I piekcd this model partly because I've always wanted an ink jet that uses separate cartridges for the different colors. All the other ink jet printers I've owned use two cartridges-one for black, the other for the three colors, meaning you have to toss the entire color cartridge when one color is used up, or else continue printing with sometimes unexpected results. Having never owned an inkjet printer this high end before, I wasn't expecting the set-up to be slightly more complicated than normal. It wasn't bad, but I did actually refer to the instructions to make sure I was doing it right. Lower-end ink jets I've owned basically just have you slap the two cartridges in and you're done. On most, the print heads are actually part of the ink cartridge (as I understand it), not the printer itself. On the iP4820, the print heads are part of the printer, but ship as a single piece in a little sealed bag separate from the printer. Installation just takes a second or two-the part just fits right in. Installing the cartridges is as easy (or easier) than any other printer I've used, other than there being five cartridges instead of the normal two. They snap right in, and a red light lights up when they're in position correctly. For whatever reason, besides the three colors, there appear to be TWO black cartridges-one larger than the others. The printer has two paper sources-I think generally it expects you to use the tray on the bottom for normal paper, and the feed on top (which folds down to save space) for fancy paper (or I suppose legal sized paper, etc.) It took me a minute to figure out how to extend the tray so it fits normal paper it's actually easy to do, I just didn't realize I had to adjust it. While the instructions clearly tell you to install the included software first before connecting the printer to your computer, I wanted to see if I could just use built in drivers or have Windows Update grab them it turns out you can't (or at least Windows Update doesn't yet have the drivers when I tried over the weekend). I had to unplug it, install the software, and plug it into a different USB port. I installed everything except a tool that's supposed to let you format web pages before printing. Thankfully it does let you install the drivers themselves if you don't want the other software. Installing all the software seemed to install one background process-I don't think it's part of the driver though, as I printed after killing it just to see what would happen. At that point, the software had me run a calibration using an included piece of (apparently) special paper. That took a few minutes (and doesn't require that you do anything other than stick the paper in) and after that it was ready to use. On normal paper, both text and graphics look noticeably higher resolution than an older HP model that's on its last legs. I tried printing a single photo, just to get an idea of what it could do-I don't have any photo paper (I use Kodak to develop my photos) so I don't know how much better photos can look on special paper. On normal paper it was clear that it was a printout, but at the same time it also looked better than the results I've seen from any other printer. Print speed seemed very fast-even on high quality mode printing that picture it printed faster than my current (admittedly old) printer handles text obviously text on draft is faster still. I'm curious about how long the ink will last. The cartridges are cheap-not much over half what I'm used to ink cartridges costing. They don't SEEM much different in size compared to other printers I've had, but does the low price mean they don't hold much? Or maybe they're less expensive because you aren't re-purchasing the print heads every time? And for that matter, what does it mean for longevity that the heads are part of the printer and not the cartridges? Perhaps they're higher quality? I don't know. I haven't tried it, but the iP4820 is supposed to be able to do borderless printing. My current printers can't, so that should be handy even just for normal documents, where occasionally I have something that doesn't quite fit within that printer's margins. (I have one document which annoyingly fits within one printer's margins but not another's hopefully that won't be an issue on the iP4820). Another random thing-I like that it doesn't use a power adapter, just a normal power cord since that's much easier to find a spot to plug it in! At any rate, assuming I get a reasonable number of pages from this, I'm pretty happy with it so far! I'll update this review if/when I find out about how long the ink lasts me or that sort of thing.
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liya asnauskas on October 23, 2014
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Arnold K. Banda on October 19, 2014
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Christo Botha on February 22, 2013
Very user friendly
ferdi on January 22, 2013
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Fina on October 31, 2012
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sanchezmaya35 on September 4, 2012
Thank you for all your help with those programs, I used have a CD to running my printer , I lose it.
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jacky on November 9, 2011
i want to download the driver for mp830 x86 on my pc windows 7 to connect a pc xp, what can i do
SUSAN on September 9, 2011
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Jefton on August 16, 2011
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