Well i have the printer and recently it has'nt been printing. when it prints it takes ages and the thing that turns it around just keeps spinning and it just doesnt spin. if you have any solution get back to me on [email protected] .
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Try printing to PDF and then printing the PDFs to the iP6000D. Make sure you're using the most recent drivers from Canon instead of Apple's. For what it's worth this problem was noted with CUPS drivers on that generation of iP Pixmas both in OS X and Linux. Given the age and the fact the most recent driver's designed for Snow Leopard, it might be time to move on to a newer printer.
drop kick unit across room:)))) sorry just kidding I had the same problem with mine. If the computer is continually printing that means the printer is receiving print orders from your computer. Best thing is just disconnect the printer from the computer and turn the computer off and wait 30 seconds then turn on . This should clear the print cache then reconnect the printer. Make sure to only request one print at at a time.
if the printer continues to print blank pages check to see if you have the latest software driver for the printer installed on your computer. You can do this by going to the manufactures website and download the software its easy to do just follow the prompts and install! Hope this helpful!!!
The printer will take about 5 min to print the first disc as it needs to warm up and then every disc after will take 60 ~ 90 seconds depending on the quality settings.
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RAM RAM RAM...Thats the key here, Your Printer needs more RAM your PC needs more Ram... As much as you can fit in both. You see a Print job must be spooled, the only place it can, fast enough, is in RAM Memory, so if you have BIG files you need heaps of RAM especially in the printer, thats why it can take 32MB RAM, see? To "Print" a MB of data... you may need up to a triple that of scratch space.
1.) turn off the printer., disconnect the connection between printer and computer ( usb cable ) 2.) for win ( xp, vista ) cancel pending doc's in the print and fax 3.) reconnect the cable back to your computer power on the printer and try t print. 4.) for mac systems cancel stopped jobs., delete and re add printer in the printer list and then do step ( 3 )