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Re: I just purchased an imagerunner 2200 from liquidation...
I feel confident i can help you. And I cannot praise you enuff for the sample you have offerred. Nice touch, and extremely helpful. The drum on your machine is toast. Good news is that it is relatively inexpensive, and comes with instuctions to install it. The fact that you were sharp enough to provide the sample page of the poor copy quality artifact makes me feel VERY confident you will have no problem ordering a new drum and successfully installing it. Just to bolster your confidence, check this out. Notice how there is a pattern to the worst yuck on the page you submitted. It correspondes with the diameter of the drum (@ every 3.7 inches). The linear streaks toward the center of the page are another sign of drum wear. Canon rates the drum @ 55k +/-. You are officially fixed :-) . But if you need more help let me know .Take care...........SPINAL.......
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A couple of things to consider: Do not load the following types of paper in the paper drawer. Doing so may cause a paper jam. - Severely curled or wrinkled paper - Heavyweight paper - Transparencies - Paper on which color images have been copied. - Paper which has been copied on using a digital full color copier (do not copy on the reverse side either). - Paper which has been printed on using a thermal transfer printer (do not copy on the reverse side either).
go to run prompt on client end and typ \\ip add of main pc where ur printer actually connected nd then u will get shared printer on display, u will get shared icon of ur network printer right click there nd connect it .... if it doesnt show any problem to connect it will work nicely ...........
Do you have dadf installed? If Yes run a copie from it and second from platen glass.If you have lines on dadf copy but not on copie from glass, you should very good clean the left narrow glass (dadf glass). But if you have lines on both copies you should check/ replace drum unit, but be sure thath fixing film unit is ok.
First, plug the printer into the network with an Ethernet cable. Then, go into the configuration page on the printer's display and print a configuration page. Look for the IP address. When you have that, go to the computers that need to connect to the printer. (Note that this tutorial is for Windows XP, I am not familiar with Vista but this should give you a basic overview.) Go to Start > Printers and Faxes. Click add a printer on the left hand side of the window. Select a Local printer attached to this computer, and unselect automatically detect. On the next page, click create a new port > TCP/IP port. Type in the IP address of the printer. Then choose the driver you are going to use, you should be able to find the IR 2200 driver under canon pretty easily. If not, go to canon.com and download their drivers. Once you do this, print a test page and it should print. You are then fully configured.
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Okay, you need to download Canon Network scangear from the Canon website. then take your document...put it on the top feeder...turn you scanner online...open up microsoft word 2003..insert, picture....from scanner or camera select network scangear....custom insert....then scan. The machine needs to be hooked up to a network...but note...a simple cross over cable or usb between pc and the photocopier will not work.