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Click here to visit Official drivers and support for Canon IR-400.
Select the Operating System (Windows7) , Select language and click 'submit' to download
the required drivers Let me know if any further clarification/ assistance is required.
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How are you trying to print? You need N boot rom. Press Counter Check. Do you see IR3300(IR2200N) or IR3300(IR2200). If you see the N then you should be able to print with it. If not, you can't.
In Service Mode (to get into this press Additional Functions (button with * on it) > 2 then 8 > Additional Functions) go to Copier > Display > Version. What do you see for BOOT-ROM (does it have a N at the end?). For PS/PCL what do you see?
If your BOOT-ROM is N and you don't have a number for PS/PCL then call a technician to install networked system software.
If BOOT-ROM is not N, buy a Network Multi-PDL Kit C1 and get a technician to install it and load N system software.
If BOOT-ROM is N and you have number for PS/PCL check your IP settings. Make sure that DHCP is turned off. Set up your printer using an IP port with the static IP address assigned to the copier.
Use PCL5e or PS drivers, don't use PCL6.
Download The PS driver from hp.com.. u might be using a PCL 6 driver.
Got to www.hp.com
Click on support & drivers.
Select Download drivers & software
enter ur product.
Select the OS on ur comp.
Download PS driver & install it.