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Re: Printing from my computer
You should allways plug the printer in the same port it was when you
installed it, otherwise it will be detected as a new one, and the
first, beeing set as the default printer, will have a monster queue.
The scanner works don't matter where you plug it.
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Many machines allow network printing but not network scanning. I think you will find that the MX850 driver and MP Navigator software simply does not support network scanning. I suggest you query Canon directly.
First off all check, printer printing properly?, if its printing only scan option not functioning then uninstall the drivers and re install once again. If printer is not at all printing, check system recognizing the printer or not.. if not recognizing, check with another USB cable,Replace formatter...
Try to use the Lexmark All-In-One Center Application on your computer to adjust the darkness of your prints. On your computer, click on Start > Prorgrams > Lexmark 2600 Series folder > select All-In-One Center. From the Copy tab, select "darken" copies. For printing, Normal or Best mode in the Print Setup properties before sending the print job to the printer for printing. Should you still need assistance, please leave a comment to my response and I'll get back to you. Should this resolves your problem, your rating will be greatly appreciated.
Hi I am former Konica Tech Support for 26 years. I do some network problem. Y may need to upgrade the copier memory. or this just simple setting. on the printing side I can assure you no problem. there is a setting on the operation panel choosing if you prepared pdf when ever you to e-mail, scan to box or scan to SMB. You can delete the old print driver and the control panel delete your even the printer Icon at the printer and fax folder. Re install the printer and the printer driver. And make sure send a test print. If so happened that you don't have the print driver you can go to Konica web site and download the print driver. There are many kind of print driver. postscript driver and etc. I hope this info will help you and if not you may contact me again.
When you got this message were you trying to scan?
What I want you to do is a copy. Doing a copy will generally not require you to be hooked to the PC.
Scanning and Printing all require communication from the printer to the computer. Failure in communication can either be something on the computer, something wrong with the cable or rarely something wrong with the printer.
I'm assuming you have done the following:
1. Power off your printer and your computer.
2. Unplugged the power from the printer
3. Unplugged the USB cable from both the printer and the computer.
4. Reconnect the USB cable to the printer and the computer.
5. Plug the power back into the printer and make sure the printer is on.
6. Turn on the computer.
Those are general troubleshooting steps that can be done for any communication problem.
If you have done all of those try this:
Press and hold down the Windows key on the keyboard, and then type the letter R. Type "devmgmt.msc" and then click OK on the Run dialog. Find the item Universal Serial Bus controller. Click the + sign next to the word Universal Serial Bus controller. Do you see USB Printing Support?
Yes: Right-click on USB Printing Support, and then click Properties. Does the Device status say “This device is working properly.”?
Yes: Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the software? No: Click the Troubleshoot button to try to resolve the problem. Does the Device status now say “This device is working properly.”? Yes: Try your print again (might need to restart) No: Might have a problem with your Printing Support
Might have a problem with your Printing Support
Let me know - if you have a problem with your printing support you'd really need to contact your PC MFG for help - but you can always try uninstalling the USB Printing Support and reinstalling it (only if you have your disks that came with your printer).
I had the same problem and being helped by HP operator.
first take the USB cable out of your computer, then put it off and then on again...it starts to print the test page again...then after the printer stops printing, put the just printed testpage face down on the scanner(glas) and press scan manually...after the scanning(you wait till that is finnished) and then put the printer off and on again....then connect the USB cable to the computer and that will stop the printer from printing the testpage every time you startup your printer....