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CNMF731C/733C laser printer no longer connects to my Chromebook

gores95
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Hello I have a Google chromebook that is a few years old and used to print to my Canon laser printer wirelessly.  Now it doesn't work so I deleted it and am trying to re-add it.  But in the dropdown it doesn't list my model when I try to set it up.  Did something change with Canon laser printers connecting by wifi to Chromebooks?  Thanks.

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shadowsports
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Greetings,

Canon hasn't changed anything, but Google has.  Cloud Print will no longer be supported in 11 days.  

 

I suggest you connect your printer to your wireless network using a static or reserved IP.  Then add the printer as an IP printer to your Chromebook.  You can use Cloud Print for 11 more days., but come the New Year, it might just stop working.

 

You may as well migrate now:

 

Print from Chrome - Computer - Google Chrome Help

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