Wondering idf someone could point me in a direction. I have same problem, and have tried the basics to fix. Weird thing is how could I print fine yesterday and today all the sudden can't find printer? Shouldn't be a printer driver? USB cables new?
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Is it mac or windows based pc? Is the printer directly plugged in via USB cable, or is it a wireless network printer?
In most cases, if it was working as it now now. A simple computer restart can do the trick. If not, the other questions will help direct someone to the right place to look at the settings to make sure its properly being recognized by the computer
go to Canon website and type in something like 'Support code XXXX' (substitute your printer model for XXXX) in the Search block. It should then point you to a page with your printer model support codes, explanations what each code means and what you can do to fix it.
Try running the software that came with the printer on the computer in question. If you have shared the drives on the network you can point the wizard to the location of the file through the mynetworkplaces.
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The above solution is very detailed and informative. It's great. Thanks. Also, a good first step is to check the paper feed to make sure it is set to the correct loader. Sounds stupid but easily overlooked.
HI this is happening to me right now too-- try this-- I'm not sure if it's going to work-- but it's worth a shot.
On your computer, go to a print menu to print a document.
click on properties
go to maintenance tab
try the quiet/sleep mode
also, try going to custom and slow down the printing allowing for a little extra dry time.
reason I suggest it: my printer is doing the same, it's almost like the auto sheet feeder (only on the right side--why paper is grabbing weird) is grabbing too quickly. When in sleep mode, it seems to slow it down a little. I've also been printing 1 page at a time. I'm not saying this is a permanent fix, but at $50 for a pack of ink-- hopefully if you can't fix it-- it can get you to use up the last of the ink you have incase you decide to get a new printer.