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Canon iR3235 will not print over the network. I can ping

IR3235 will not print over the network. I can ping it and access the Web UI, but cannot get it to print. I have tried a variety of drivers from the Canon website, including PCL6 and the UFRII driver. When I print to it, the job will clear the print queue and go to the printer. The printer will display something in the log under network that says ''NG'' for the result and it shows from my IP address.

Any ideas at all?

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  • Rodrigo Brasileiro Jan 05, 2012

    I'm looking for a solution for the same issue. Did you fix yours?

  • Eduardo Ferrari
    Eduardo Ferrari Feb 22, 2012

    Me too, I had the same issue on my office yesterday. Did you found a fix?

  • philip May 10, 2013

    1. reinstall printer driver / According to the specifications 32bit/64bit 2. you have to windows update all 3. restart spool service

  • philip May 10, 2013

    if you see fail screen? you check windows log event about printer error message. and write here

  • philip May 10, 2013

    i wondering this problem . how resolve it. i have same problem...now.. plz let me know...

  • philip May 10, 2013

    i use to windows 7/32bit and office 2010 .. my printer information is cannon IR 3235 / IR 3245 UFR II . my printer don't work on excel and pdf files.

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Check if UFR II Kit was installed. If it is installed, try connecting the printer using peer-to-peer. Connect your PC directly to the printer using cross cable. Then try printing. If printing normally, reconnect to your network and change the IP address.

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Reboot the printer. ANd also try re-mapping the printer from your system.

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

  • dlloyd872 Jul 09, 2010

    I actually rebooted already and have remapped from my system and from other systems.

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