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Why does my Canon printer keep saying error printing?

Why does my Canon printer keep saying error printing?

Canon printers produce error codes for one of several reasons: The settings for your printer might not be compatible with the document you’re trying to print. The loading bay for your paper might have become lodged with paper or you’re using the wrong type of paper.

Why does it keep saying error while printing?

If your printer’s status displays “Printer in error state,” there may be a problem with the printer itself. Make sure the printer is turned on and connected to your PC by Wi-Fi or cable. Check it for low paper or ink, and be sure the cover isn’t open and the paper isn’t jammed.

Why is Canon printer in error state?

The printing process is blocked by a system issue, prompting the Printer is in Error State error message. To get your printer out of the error state, the first solution is to change the ports settings.

Why won’t my Canon printer connect to the Internet?

The Canon printer not connecting to Wi-Fi issues can occur due to several reasons. To fix the problem, try to update the printer driver. If the issue persists, check for network issues, or as a last resort, try to uninstall and reinstall the printer and drivers.

How do you fix an error when printing?

Try to run printer troubleshooter.

  1. Click the Start button.
  2. Then clicking Control Panel.
  3. In the search box, type troubleshooter, and then click Troubleshooting.
  4. Under Hardware and Sound, click Use a printer.
  5. Open the Printer troubleshooter.

What to do if it says error while printing?

So how can this be resolved?

  1. First of all, cancel any print jobs that may be in the queue. As you can see from Gillian’s picture, she had a few jobs stuck in there.
  2. Switch off and restart the printer. Sometimes this is all that’s needed to solve this.
  3. Check the paper in your printer.