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Is this a wireless device? According to the Canon specs it's wired LAN only http://www.canon.co.uk/For_Work/Products/Office_Print_Copy_Solutions/Office_Black_White/iR3235/index.asp?specs=1 You could either use a wireless bridge to connect it to your wireless network or hard wire it to your switch/router by a CAT5 cable
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello romdos. This forum"FIXYA" takes a dim view of peple like me who try to help people. Unless the help I provide is ironclad perfect advice. But they can kick my "rating' of expertise down a notch or two. I prefer helping folks if I can. :-) I see two potential problems with your scenario. First, Adobe Reader 8 is so far been notoriously problematic as they basically pushed out this new version with a smile on their face saying "they will find a way it work" referring basically to the rest of the world's app and software providers. Second, and you may be ahead of me on this, The Canon 2200 is .....well..... right their on the cusp of being called old.3 years is almost an eternity when it comes t technology.But Canon it great about maintaining support as far as updating their print drivers The possible sticking point is the part that requires a technician to come in and hook his laptop up and updating the FIRMWARE on the device itself. This, as you may know,is the instruction set the copier uses to interpret the commands and data it recieves,and to accurately respond to those commands. As new applications arise and commands and requests are made that no software engineer could have possibly anticipated when the copier was introduced to market , a service tech must go in and "flash" (reprogram) the copier so it knows how to handle/respond data and commands that could never have been anticipated. So we have new versions of programs, new potential capabilities,new drivers that should be loaded by the end user, and the distinct possibility that a technician may need to install a new operational program that gives the copier definitions and answers to questions that did not exist mere months ago. The answer to your question, Im afraid is not simple. If you choose to critique my answer to you question I encourage you to be honest,but leave mu nuts in tact .I have told you the truth,but I could not "fixya". But I bet I explaimed the big picture better than alot of these knottheads who cherry pick customer's question to make sure they get a good grade. I just hope I heped ya. Take care..........SPINAL.........
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
The port should be active. You can look for problems by right-clicking My Computer and then Properties. Under the Hardware tab, press the Device Manager button. Any hardware issues will show either a question mark or exclamation mark, disabled items with a red x. After the printer is connected, turn it on, then go to Start -> Control Panel. Here, go to add hardware. See if this finds it.
If not, have you added the printer after connecting it via USB under Start -> Printers and Faxes? What about inserting the installation CD before connecting the printer?
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Do you have the send feature or just scan? If just scan you need to install scan gear to the computer you want to scan to and configure scanner, than can pull scan fro canon to any viewer installed on your computer. If you have the send feature, make a folder on the c drive of the computer , share the folder with all permissions. Touch send on screen, reg. new address, touch file, arrow down to smb file, browser button to see your network, highlight your network, touch down highlight your computer name, enter user name and password as shown, log in to your computer from canon and highlight the shared folder and hit ok. you should now be able to send to that shared folder
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
The network setting for the scanner driver may be incorrect. Check the IP address of your scanner and then set the IP address on the scanner driver.
1- The steps of setting the IP address may differ depending on your operating system.
For XP operating system:
Click Start > Control Panel > Printers and Other Hardware > Scanners and Cameras.
For windows 7 operating system:
Start > Control Panel > ... View scanners and cameras.
2- Right click on the scanner icon for your machine and select Properties.
3- Click Network Setting tab and select Specify your machine by address.
4- Enter the IP Address you confirmed from the snanner menu or ask your network administrator and click OK.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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