How To Fix Canon Printer Not Responding Error?
Here's a quick guide to launching the Windows Printer Troubleshooter and using it to resolve the “printer not responding” error: Press Windows key + R to open up a Run Box. In the Troubleshoot window, scroll down, click on Printer then select Run the troubleshooter.
In most cases, the major culprit behind printer not responding error is lack of communication between your PC and printer. If that is the issue, then below are a few steps that might help you to resolve the issue. Press on the Setup button on your wireless Canon printer, go to Wireless LAN setup, and click on OK.
Where is the reset button on a Canon printer?
Press the "On/Off" button while you plug the cable back in. Hit the "Stop/Reset" button two times while holding down the "On/Off" button, then let go of the "On/Off" button. This puts the printer into factory mode. Hit the right arrow button until you see "Shipping Mode 3" on the LCD display.
How do I fix printer not responding?
To fix that issue, you need to do the following:
- Open Control Panel and go to the Devices and Printers section.
- Locate your printer on the list, right-click it and choose Printer properties.
- Go to the Ports tab. Now make sure that the proper port is selected. After doing that, click Apply and OK to save changes.
What are the possible causes of the printer is not responding?
When attempting to print in a wireless LAN environment, the message Printer not responding may appear. There are several possible causes for this message. Restart the computer and then attempt to print again. The printer's signal strength is low due to its distance from the access point (or wireless router).