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You can modify or change port in the printer driver to connect it through LAN cable. Please notice whether you use static or dynamic ip address. Please follow below step.
In the following step we will modify your existing USB connection. Check it out!
Open printer driver list.
Right click on the printer drive name (e.g Canon IR2270).
Click Ports tab.
Click Add Port, then select Standard TCP/IP Port.
Click New Port.
Click Next on add port wizard menu.
Type IP Address (for static ip setting) or Printer Name (DHCP), then click Next (computer will search the printer).
When the printer has been found, finish the wizard.
Close Add Port menu.
Now you have new port represented by IP Address or Printer Name (with checked box active) in port list .
Bingo! Now your printer ready to print via LAN. Sometimes printing right after setting this new port not always succeed. Don't be panic. Restart both of printer and the computer.
Next time you want to connect the printer via USB port so you change port back to USB. Just simply check on the check box next to USB Port in port list and click apply. You may need to restart both printer and computer too :)
Prior to the issue you facing currently seem like ,
1)have u put the printer driver as default.
2)have u point to the correct printer port at the driver.
3)at the driver advance setting ;get the device status then reboot the machine .
GOOD LUCK MATE......Kindly RATE ME!!! Thanks YOU.
Software has to be updated using Canon Support Tool, via the USB port and System Software Version 60.02 or higher CD. There is also an outside chance that the Boot ROM chip is bad or just need to be reseatted (with power off of course). Good luck, let us know how you made out.