After rerunning the old installer mpsosxpdea This is NOT with the other printer types listed across the top. Bad design if you ask me. After clicking "More Printers Maybe this button was showing before I installed the driver, but I don't think so. Also, before the upgrade it sometimes took more than 30 seconds for my printer to show up in the list of Canon IJ Network printers.
If your's doesn't show up right away, wait a bit before giving up. I see no multifunction hardware listed on the printer page I posted before, so I guess the support site map is the best place to start looking for updated drivers.
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Was working fine, on After that the Canon showed up as a scanner only. Same behavior everyone else is seeing. Very annoying. Go directly to canon and load their latest and greatest drivers. The released a bunch of new software in Sept of This still didn't resolve the issue. On a lark I downloaded the IJ Network took again. That is the tool that lets you set your printers network settings remotely.
It installed, forced a reboot ran the software and I just confirmed the settings that it found. After that my printer showed up in the default list after that. Seems to work fine now.
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Just in case someone made the same mistake I did: After installing the driver at the top of the list I could print again - yay! But, I still couldn't scan! After a few days of grumbling about still not being able to scan I went back to the Canon website and read a little more carefully - guess what? This all-in-one device requires two, separate drivers! Just to add to this bit of information, I want to report that after installing Snow Leopard, I was not able to print on a wireless network with the recently released Canon drivers.
Using Canon IJ Network utility version 2. Everything else worked scan on wifi, including configuring the printer over wifi with Canon Network utility version 2. This installs version 2. The printer still does not appear in the setup pane but appears in the 'utility' pane for wireless configuration BUT there is now a 'More printers' button in the Apple printer system preferences pane when I add a printer and I can now setup the printer for wireless printing.
I have lost various hours on this. However, it won't install. I have pulled the installed to the desktop. There is no installationcheck file in the resources folder to delete. Anyone really figure this one out? I've got a very similar problem: Connects easily via my wireless network, communicates with the PC and it's two external HD's. Only problem is printing. Under "IP" I've added it under "Line printer daemon - LPD" with a valid address and name where after "gathering printer info" it lists it as a "generic postscript printer" - I change it to Canon MP driver and click "add" and a window drops down for a half second saying "determining installable options Not too obvious for me.
Like I described above, if the printer drivers have been installed like maybe, if not included in Leopard by default, then by connecting the printer through USB first then, when it is in range and the firewall allows access, it should show up after a few seconds. At least, for an iPR. See also Super User for a screenshot.
The MP drivers from the Canon website have the same version number Once I downloaded the following two drivers from Cannon, it worked: I think my issue is similar too: My Mac can see it quite happily. It can print to it too.
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But scanning will not work - it claims not to find a connected scanner. Has anyone else overcome this issue?
I am having the same trouble. I can print but can not scan. Did you find a solution yet? Hej, thanks for your posting! I tried to do what you recommended but it im not sure I did the right thing. I ve downloaded the driver that apple has released as well the ones tha canon has released. Do you have an advice of what to do? I have the same issue. However the MPEX explorer finds the scanner if the account I am working on is an administrative account. I did even try to install with proper password in the non-admin account with the same result. It works only in an admin account.
I spent a wee while on this and got it working. Thanks for the various pointers. The MP Drivers for network wernt then able to find my printer. Then, a moment later, it was listed again. Remove the USB, and its still there - add the wireless printer. Well after hours of trying to install the Canon MP driver on her Mac book with snow leopard I finally figured it out!! I successfully had installed this driver on my MBP months ago, but couldn't remember exactly how I did it. It took me hours the first time as it doesn't work as it's supposed to.
The secret?? Go to your printer and fax settings in preferences. Make sure the printer is on 4. Select the default choice at the top of the window whether it is going to be the default or not This is the KEY!!!! Ciick add it should then come up with a dialogue and add the printer dialogue. I hope this helps save you many hours. I wrote them about this and they sent me a canned response to delete the existing stuff and re-install, which makes no difference. It manage to do calibration but hangs while in the "Scanning" process.
Printing is fine though. Canon's helpdesk advised to use a USB2. Can anyone advise if I should actually buy this new cable to try? It is possible that a USB2. I might first try a bit of troubleshooting such as removing the printer device and all related software from your Mac, maybe create a new account on the computer, re-add the device, run software update, then see if you are able to scan NOTE you should not need to install the drivers above, and if you don't need them then I would stay away from them.
If you still have trouble, try a new cable; you can always return it if it doesn't work depending on where you get it from.
Out of curiosity, what does it say when you select the printer in System Profiler hold Option and click on the apple menu. Edited on Mar 09, '11 The only other tweek I had to do was remove the printer and then proceed per your fabulous instructions. You have replaced your Router or Access Point; You want to use a different wireless network Router settings have been changed; You must connect the printer and computer via USB cable temporarily to send the settings information to your printer.
You are here: If the firewall function of your security software is turned on, a message may appear warning that Canon software is attempting to access the network. If the warning message appears, set the security software always to allow access. Setup instruction: Procedures for the download and installation Download the file.
For the location where the data is saved, check the computer settings. Double-click the downloaded file and mount it on the Disk Image. Double-click the attached Disk Image.
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