Are you talking about the username and password to login to the canon tech support page @ support.cusa.canon.com? If so, this is for certified technicians only. I would NEVER give my personal info for this, but, if you present me with your problem I will get you the answer you need. I am very familiar with the ir7105.
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It could be that you need to enter the password for the network - the password that the router uses. Or, maybe it is a username and password for the iPad itself, so that it blocks others from getting ahold of your iPad and using functions like the Airprint and others that you wouldn't want them doing.
According to the code, the problem is in the laser unit. It sounds like I'm talking to a technician, so I'll approach the problem that way. I personally would first reseat all the electrical connectors on the main PCB as well as the laser unit. Loose connections do sometimes cause codes like this one. The other thing I'd do before tossing the laser unit is to reset the error code because again, codes like this one do come up when the AC power fluctuates from time to time. This is accomplished by entering service mode and then resetting the error . . . your service manual for the ir105 will give you the same method for service model access and the general sequence is the same for resetting the error. Good luck.
I wish I had a magic wand to help you...but the answer is YES! You can fully control the priorities of how the 7105 handles printing/copying/scannng requests. I truly understand your dilemma, it is merely a matter of how the device has been configured. You can program the device to give priority to copies, which will cause print jobs to wait in the que until your copies are done. You can have the print jobs sent to a "mailbox" so that the person requesting a print job will have to walk up to the device and "summon" their print job. There are so many ways to help you with this. You will have to get "THE BOOK" out. I can't type all of the options available to you.