My mf8580cdw has gradually become a doorstop. Apparently Canon is no longer supporting this device. I spent a lot of money on it about 10 years ago. Now the drivers don’t work. It won’t connect to my MacBook to scan. When I try to print, the headlines print but the content beneath them does not. The workaround for that is to convert the file to pdf. That prints fine. I am furious about this as I don’t want to have to buy a new printer. But I have found no way around it.
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The MF8580 CDW is supported under windows and Mac OS. Curretly through both Windows 11 and Ventura.
What application are you printing from when this behavior occurs?
Does it happen with every document you print or just one/type?
When did it work last, has something changed since then? LIke an operating system upgrade, etc?
If you answer both Danny's questions and mine, we can make recommendations for next steps.
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