The issue I am having is I am able to print to the printer, wireless, but it takes a long time to print multiple print jobs. It prints the first one without issue, then the second print takes a long time before it starts printing.
Also, having issues with the magenta color (all the time). I try and run the utilities to fix the color and the utilities do not detect the printer. The below image is what I get when I attempt to do this:
To begin troubleshooting, I recommend checking the signal strength of the printer. Please click HERE for the steps to print the network settings page. Once it prints, the signal strength will be listed in row 3-2-1.
If the signal is below 70%, turn the printer off and restart your router. After the restart, turn the printer back on and see if the same issue happens.
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I did as you said, my signal strength was at 49%. I powered off the printer then the router. The signal strength went to 57%. I then used a wifi analyzer and saw that the channel I was on had other, external, wifi signals on it. So I switched the channel on the wifi and changed the channel width to 20/40 Mhz. Again shutdown printer and restarted. Now I am getting 100% signal strength.
After all of that, I still cannot use the utilities on Windows 11. I have the same box coming up.
I am also attempting to print and there is a long delay from the time I submit two print jobs before the first job starts printing. Also after the first job prints I get "Printer not responding" in the print dialog box.
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When I click or paste the link you provided in Firefox version 99.0 (64-bit) I am getting (works in eclipse):
You don't have permission to access "http://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/service-repair" on this server.
I recommend to have this issue looked at by our support team. Canon does have a chat team that would be happy to assist you with this issue. Please click HERE and in the chat/ask a question box that appears, ask the chat bot to speak to a live person. Our chat agents are available Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 8:00 pm ET, excluding holidays.
We look forward to hearing from you