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Basically, there is no solution for your case. This happens especially for Canon product.(called e5 error) Once a cartridge is not recognizable, there is no way, you can use it. The only way you can do is, replace with brand new one. This is typical Canon problem especially when you refill or re-use your cartridges. You may see some solution from web such as reset the printer, do somthing to printer software... But non of these methods are working.. Even if there is one, it must be very difficult to do it for individual users.
However, as for a prevention, make sure unplug the power cords before insert or eject the cartridge from printer. In that way, you can at least reuse your cartridges for refill. Hope it helps.
Take the ink container out take some electric tape and put it to the top were the printers sencer is scanning once you do that it will read that it is full and you will not or rather should not have that problem no longer. Take care