My Canon inkjet printer that was nine years old gave up the ghost last week. It was easy to get my HP laptop connected to it when I converted my laptop to Mint. I assumed that since I was replacing it with another Canon (I got a laser printer) it would not be a problem. Mint can't identify and load the drivers for it. Mint suggests a generic driver but it doesn't work properly with the new printer. I can get the printer to start the printing process but it doesn't print the document correctly and it just keeps cycling through printer paper until I force it to stop. The printer came with a CD with the drivers on it but it's only for Windows 10 machines. I went to the Canon website and found the drivers for my new printer and downloaded it. The driver even had Linux in the description of the downloaded driver so I am assuming it's the right driver that should work on my printer. My problem is I don't know the process necessary to install the driver on my laptop. Does anyone know the process to install this driver on a Linux Mint laptop? Watching Youtube videos hasn't helped because they are presented in a fashion, by computer whiz techies, that makes the info presented way, way above my technical knowledge and experience.