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Are you saying you are getting the same page printed many times? What happens when you make a single copy? do you get one copy or multiple copies? If you get one then then it does not sound like a machine fault. I wonder how you "Reinstalled" the driver. You should do this via programs, canon, uninstall. A lot of people go to printers and right click on delete thinking that uninstalls it. Try it my way and download the latest driver from Canons website. unplug the usb cable and install the software and only plug the cable in when prompted to. Hope fully all should be well. Now this may sound silly but if you are using windows vista then funny things can happen. Canon and vista dont go well but then what does with vista. lol
Hello, the drum units isn't on the "rotary drum". To change them you need to pull out the drum holder out, which is behind the toner hoppers and beneath the transfer belt.. Its difficult to explain by the words, for installation manual send me the mail on email@example.com.
Canon has released the Uniflow suite but it is a bit expensive for a small office with less than 5 computers
I would suggest you to create ID's for every user. Then form web interface create limitations for every one.
For network printing just activate the job accounting form the drivers properties
The answer depends upon the printer controller that your 3220 has.
There are at least 3 controllers & probably twice as many versions for the assorted printer controllers.
The key is do you have a Fiery (Little white box hanging on the back) or does the network connect directly into the NIC on the upper left corner of the copier.
Drivers with -C1 or -C2 connote a Fiery printer driver.
I would advise using the PS drivers if this is the case as the Fiery is much better at PS than PCL.
Another way to tell if Fiery is on copier is scroll to right on LCD panel & see if there is a "Printer" screen. If so you can go in to "functions" "Print Pages" & print a "Configuration" page. this will show you the network ip#. Put the # in your web browser (no http:// etc needed) & you can download the correct drivers for Mac / PC right from the device. If no Fiery is on the device stick with PCL5C drivers as they are usually the best for Canon PDL board print controllers.