Thanks Phil. I found the Driver on the European Canon site with the help of Canon. I used to have the printer attached to my old laptop running Windows XP. Worked fine. Now my new laptop run Windows 7. The printer has a cable with a parallel port so I bought a USB/parallel connector. My laptop can see the printer but not the Driver. I don't know what I'm supposed to do next. When I try and "add a printer" the LBP-660 is not on the list of printers to choose from. Maybe I should just buy a new printer. It is a very old printer. Any suggestions.
OK looks like I reached a dead end. I attempted to instal the Driver and got this message.
"Driver Installation Error - Windows can't install the Canon LBP-660 kernel-mode printer driver.
To obtain a driver that is compatible with the version of Windows you are running, contact the
From Windows Seven Forums:
"If there is an install program for those drivers, you could try to run that in Compatibility Mode, but you can't install drivers in Compatibility Mode.
Compatibility Mode changes settings for that program so that it thinks it's running in XP/Vista. But with drivers, the .dll and .sys files are written for XP and you can change all the settings you want but they'll ALWAYS be written for XP and therefore probably won't work with 7."