Hello, Thank you for your interest in Windows 10. You may manually uninstall the printer software from the add/remove wizard. • Press Windows + R and type appwiz.cpl and click on OK.
• Uninstall the programs associated with printer. In addition to that, remove the driver manually. Realtek Wireless Driver Windows 10. • Press Windows + R and type devmgmt.msc and click on OK. • Expand the categories and look for your printer. • Right click on it and select uninstall • Make sure to keep a check on te box which says, delete drivers. • Restart the PC and check Refer to the following article and update all the drivers available.
Important note: By going into your PC's Local Group Policy Editor, you are entering advanced system settings that could cause Windows 10 to malfunction if not handled with care.
If you are unable to find the drivers for Windows 10, you may try to install the drivers in compatibility mode with Windows 8.1. Firstly download the driver from your computer's manufacturer website and then install it. Refer (Make older programs compatible with this version of Windows) Note: This link also applies to Windows 10. Hope this information is helpful. Please do let us know if you need further assistance with Windows, we’ll be glad to assist you.
Thank you Regards, Sahil Bali. I three have this problem! When we upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 8, we lost both printers. Canon provides Windows 10 drivers, but we can't uninstall the Windows 8 drivers. I've tried the Settings tile in the start menu. I've removed the printer through the traditional control panel setting.
Following a Canon suggestion, I disabled the printer's sharing and removed it to no avail. Following another Canon suggestion, I removed it in safe mode with the device manager. I also followed this advice with no success. The Canon installer has now placed several apparent clones of the printer on the computer. The device manager has listed each as 'Canon MF4100 Series UFRII LT (Copy X). Ati Radeon X1200 Series Windows 10 Driver there.