Printing delay When I first try to print,there is a delay of about 30 seconds or more.Subsequent printing is ok.Canon suggested printing direct to printer.I have downloaded latest driver but still have this problem.
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Go in to the printer properties set-up, and change the attribute to print direct to the printer as like they advised. The re-installation of their software will still not change the property settings.
It seems that the computer is first loading an alocated cache or buffer before it will start printing. This is the reason for the delay. By printing direct, you will bypass this buffer. There are some dissadvantages of going direct. One of them is that the computer will take more time to work in programs during a print session. It will share its real time functions with the printer. My preference would be to have the delay and let the printer work by default.
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try to remove the cartridge and print it again. Try also to unplug/replug the USB and restart your printer to check if it prints. You may also use another pc to connect the printer and print. Otherwise call Canon to check it for a possible repair...
Try to run the "Clean Print Heads" utility. Sometimes it is called something else, but whenever your print quality degrades, this is a good program to run. If that doesn't work, then I would suggest replacing the print cartridge. Sometimes they go bad if they have not been used for a long time. Hope this helps!
Power the printer on then unplug the power lead. PLug the power kead back in while pressing OK and Cancel. Hold the buttons down until the printer turns off. Unplug the power lead for 30 seconds. Plug the lead back in and run through the set up process and try again
This should clear your problem
You have Vista this is the problem- there may be a driver issue here take a look at http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&ct=res&cd=3&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.opendrivers.com%2Fcategorycompany%2F1405%2F129%2Fmultifunction-canon-free-driver-download.html&ei=DvyBSL7IOZ3uQo-KpLYN&usg=AFQjCNExG7VOz91yswKZfouV8puBHufbKQ&sig2=gL2G5p7ndcDLosNQmPsh4w
Both the printer and the computer are machines and it solely depends upon the speed of the computer as to in how much time thye data is transmitted to the prinetr to print. Check the speed of the processor, RAM,USB port(if connected with usb cable), length of the usb cable /ethernet cable, distance of the router from the computer and the printer, size of the dcument/image.
Printer delay can mean a few issues. You may be up to date on your windows, but sometimes this can actually be the issue. I would try updating the actual drivers at the canon website for your printer, and check your drivers are functioning properly first by going to start, control panel, main and per, printers, hardware, drivers. Check for error messages. Sometimes you can repair to fix errors if any. Also run antispyware and virus controls to eliminate these too. I had some malicious spyware that wiped my friends driver for her canon pixma clean off her pc!!! Check all printer settings too in case it is accidentally set to pause after first job.