Yes, I am trying with the Canon software, but the software is not recognizing the printer across the wireless connection. I can't figure out how to get the software to see the wireless connection or the printer.
If the printer is connected through ethernet, find the ip address of the printer. Run the printer wizard, but choose
add a local printer. If you are using XP, clear the Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer.
Again, if using XP click next, then tic Create a new port. In type of port, choose local port. Click next.
Then in Enter a port name, input the ip address. Click ok on the port name window, then choose have disk. Browse to the location of the drivers and finish the install.
If using Windows7 start the add a printer wizard. Choose add a local printer, choose Create a new port and Local port as the type of port. Click on next. Name the port the ip address, click on ok, choose have disk and browse to the drivers.
In either case you might look if the printer drivers are listed after you click on ok on the name the port window, if so give them a try.