Question about Canon PIXMA Photo Printer
Try reloading the driver after uninstalling the previous driver and restart.
Check if any viruses present or if possible, try reloading the OS.
Check the printer by connecting it to another system.
Still if the problem persists then get the printer serviced by a technician.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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