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Problems with Canon iR c2380 A3 printer/scanner/copier

Posted on 2011-03-06
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I've got a client who have suffered one problem after another with a Canon printer/copier since purchasing it 3 months ago.

It's only shared between two PCs running Vista Business and the latest glich is they can print A3/A4 from one PC, but only in A4 from the other.

I've connected remotely to this PC and it is showing as being offline, with no option to go online.
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by:Jackie Man
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what is meant by "it is showing as being offline, with no option to go online"?
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by:mikeabc27
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The Canon's offline with no option to change to online
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by:Jackie Man
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How is the coonection made to the printer? via your network switch or connect it directly to another vista pc?
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by:mikeabc27
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To a network switch. Network consists of 2 Vista pcs, HP printer, the canon and a firewall/router.
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by:Jackie Man
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The printer is offline can mean two things.

1. the printer is power off

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2. the ip address of the printer is blocked

Check in windows firewall or other third party's firewall is blocking the internal ip address of the canon  printer
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by:mikeabc27
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If I connect remotely to the other PC the Canon is showing as Ready so let me see if I can ping the printer from the problem and Norton Internet Security 2010 isn't blocking it.
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by:mikeabc27
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The Canon is showing being on a WSD port, so I'll need to set this up properly,
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by:mikeabc27
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I'm trying to change to Canon from a WSD port to 192,168.0.200, but Add a Port is greyed out although I am logged on using an account with admin rights.
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by:Jackie Man
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Then, find the ip address of the canon pirnter from the working pc.

Then, in the problem pc -> Create a New Port for the printer ->Standard IP Port and check whether you should be able to print.
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Do you have the printer driver?

If yes, delete the printer and add a new pinter using local connection ->  Create a New Port for the printer ->Standard IP Port and check whether you should be able to print.
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by:Jackie Man
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Add a new printer -> add a local printer ->  Create a New Port for the printer ->Standard IP Port of v and check whether you should be able to print.

http://www.windows-vista-tips-and-tricks.com/add-printer-in-vista.html
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by:Jackie Man
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Add a new printer -> add a local printer ->  Create a New Port for the printer ->Standard IP Port of 192,168.0.200 and check whether you should be able to print.

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Thanks - reinstalling did the trick
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