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I've had my Canon Pixma MG 3122 wireless printer set up to print wirelessly since I've bought it and recently It won't allow me to print without connecting the USB cable. I've tried uninstalling and installing again with the set up disk and every time I try to choose to set it up printing wirelessly, It says It can't connect. I know it's not my router because I can connect to the internet fine. I also tried downloading the driver for my printer from the Canon website. Is there a way to fix this? Thanks
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Posted on May 09, 2017
There is always a way to fix things,
it may be the settings in the printer itself. it does need to be configured to work on the network, you will need to see if it is on the network firstly. then setup ip settings afterwards to get it going, then a re setup on the computer.
If you would like additional assistance with setting it up I am available to do it with you on TeamViewer so you can watch what I do for next time.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In order to do this, the laptops have to be able to communicate with each other wirelessly. I.e., you have to have a wireless network set up. If you do, then you are "printer sharing", using one laptop as the 'printer server' (with the printer connected to it) and the other as the 'client'. Step by step instructions are available at this link. Type "printer sharing" in the search box in the center of the screen and click on the Search button. Select the option that matches your requirements.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
I realize that you posted this question over a month ago...but I'll still give you your answer in case anyone else is also experiencing this.
All you need to do is enter in the correct password...the one you gave your router. Which I realize was probably a while back, and you didn't write it down (tisk tisk), so here's how you find out what you typed, way back when.
open up your internet browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, ect...). Now in the search bar type in your routers IP address.
mine is: 192.168.2.1
yours might be the same or might be something similar...like: 192.168.1.1
only type that, and include the dots...no www junk.
once you typed it in, hit enter.
and now you should be in your router...then steps hold true for all routers I believe (mines a belkin).
it will ask for a password, most people simply leave theirs the default password, my password was nothing....literally, I just left it blank and clicked 'next'. yours might be 'admin'...a google search should help you find your routers default password.
Ounce you have the routers password, you have access to change a lot of the routers features...including finding out that pesky passphrase that your in search of.
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Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Hi, please get new driver here:
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
Once right click on the printer icon and make it online and then clear the print que and then download and install the patch from the below webpage.
After installing the patch restart the computer and check for the result.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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