Trying to Install Canon Printer on your Windows or Mac computer. You can do this either by interfacing over the Internet, or by joining your printer to your computer through a USB cable and enabling the printer to introduce and associate itself.
Preparing to Install:
- Ensure that your printer is connected and turned on. In the event that your printer requires an Ethernet connection to get to the Internet, you’ll additionally need to utilize an Ethernet cable to connect the printer to your router.
- Verify whether your printer has installation software. On the off chance that your printer accompanied a CD, odds are that you’ll have to embed the CD into your computer and permit the installation program to keep running before you can set up the printer.
- This is impossible for current printers, however some more established printers require CD installation before you can connect to them.
- To introduce by means of CD, basically embed the CD into your computer’s CD tray, at that point adhere to the on-screen instructions. For a Mac, you’ll need an outer CD reader to play out this progression.
- Connect your printer to the Internet. This will ordinarily consist of utilizing the printer’s LCD panel to choose a wireless network and enter the password.
- Check your printer’s instruction manual to see explicit instructions on connecting your printer model to the Internet.
- You can locate an online version of your printer’s instruction manual on Canon’s website by clicking SUPPORT, choosing MANUALS in the drop-down menu, clicking Printers, and finding your printer’s model number.
- Ensure that your computer is on indistinguishable network from your printer. For your wireless printer to get commands from your computer, both your computer and your printer must be connected to a similar Wi-Fi network.
- On the off chance that your printer is connected to an alternate Wi-Fi network than your computer, change your computer’s Wi-Fi network before continuing.
Installing on Windows:
- Open Start Image titled Windowsstart.png. Snap the Windows logo in the base left corner of the screen.
- Open Settings Image titled Windowssettings.png. Snap the Settings gear in the lower-left half of the window.
- Snap Devices. You’ll see it at the highest point of the Settings window.
- Snap Printers and scanners. This tab is on the left half of the window.
- Snap ＋ Add a printer or scanner. It’s at the highest point of the page. Doing as such opens a pop-up window.
- On the off chance that you see the printer’s name (e.g., “Canon [model number]”) in the “Printers and scanners” section, your printer is now connected.
- Snap your printer’s name. It ought to be in the pop-up window. Doing as such will provoke your PC to connect to the printer. Once the connection procedure is finished, you’ll have the capacity to utilize the printer from your PC.
- In the event that Windows can’t discover the printer, jump to the subsequent stage.
- Take a stab at introducing the printer with a USB cable. In the event that you didn’t see your printer in the Add window, you might almost certainly introduce the printer by connecting it to your PC with a cable:
- Join your printer to your PC with a USB-to-USB cable.
- Trust that the installation window will show up.
- Adhere to the on-screen instructions.
Installing on MAC:
- Open the Apple Menu Image titled Macapple1.png . Snap the Apple logo in the upper left corner of the screen. A drop-down menu will show up.
- Snap System Preferences. It’s at the highest point of the drop-down menu.
- Snap Printers and Scanners. This printer-formed icon is in the System Preferences window.
- Snap ＋. It’s close to the base left corner of the window. Doing as such prompts a pop-up window.
- On the off chance that your printer is as of now connected over the network, you’ll see its name (e.g., “Canon [model number]”) in the left-hand pane.
- Snap your printer’s name. It ought to show up in the drop-down menu. Doing as such will provoke the printer to start setting up; once it’s done, you’ll see the printer’s name in the pane on the left half of the window, implying that the printer has effectively connected to your Mac.
- In the event that you don’t see the printer’s name, jump to the subsequent stage.
- Take a stab at introducing the printer with a USB cable. On the off chance that your Mac couldn’t discover your printer, you might most likely introduce the printer straightforwardly by utilizing a USB cable:
- Update your Mac.
- Connect the printer to your computer with a USB-to-USB-C cable.
- Trust that the setup window will show up.
- Pursue the on-screen prompts.