The MF644Cdw is only able to print the day we reinstall the setup from the CD. If we try to print after that we are not able to. Normally we uninstall and then reinstall again to get it to print for that day. Seems like the network setup option is the problem. We have windows 10 and have wireless and wired connections.
We have tried setting up the printer with Wireless and with LAN (ethernet).
Today we had a new error like that which is mentioned on this thread ERROR #853.
The networking\sys admin cost of maitatining this printer since virtually every new day we have to print we have an issue, has been very expensive and frustrating to the users. Unfortunately we bought two of these at the same time. It would be nice to be able to print without issues. If there is not solution please advise as the system\network admin time is not worth it.
We noticed this right when we got them last year and we thought we could work through the issues, but have not been able to. If we could return the printers we would.
Finding and reading this thread it seems this is a widespread problem. [Me Too] button pressed. NEW ImageCLASS LBP622CDw. WiFi connected. Windows 7 Pro, and Windows 10 Pro (1903). The printer worked from both . . . for a few days maybe. Only 240 prints on the printer's counter (and now the majority of those are each failed print). We're still ~80% on the starter toner that came with it!
Can print from an iPhone. The same website/document cannot be printed from either Windows laptop. On the Win10, the local queue stops at 512KB of 1.23MB (a single, lightly colored page, a spreadsheet). In the printer's logs, "Error # 853" starts repeating about every minute.
Like others here: I can send a test page. It seems like a Windows test page is about at the limit of what the printer/driver is capable of. Other prints are hit-or-miss - mostly miss. There's no way a simple Google Sheets single page would not be able to print - from Windows computers. Or small email messages.
I've installed the "recommended" driver from Canon's site for this model ("[Windows 64bit] Generic Plus UFR II Printer Driver V2.30"). The printer IS showing it's using that driver (not Microsoft IPP).
What else is there? Set up printer on the network. Download drivers/software. Install. Print. Like I've done hundreds of times since printers existed. From just about every printer manufacturer ever.
It's quite mysterious that both laptops stopped being able to print to this printer. That of course logically tips the blame on the printer. Reading this thread, it looks like it's not just me.
I researched printers quite a bit before selecting this one. It was a toss-up between this one and another maker. I chose wrong.
The good news is this printer was inexpensive enough it won't be a huge loss to just get rid of it. The bad news is I spent WAY much more money on ONE set of toner soon after the first print was successful. I bought genuine Canon to avoid any warranty issues. THAT will really add salt to the wound.
For Canon support weighing in: FYI, there is no email support. All of your links end up at phone support only (or related pages to begin to obtain "service"). I dread having to call. And since this printer is brand new, no way I'm going to eat warranty service and get a refurbished replacement.
After updating to all of the latest drivers, I was still receiving this error (on Mac).
The "fix" was not printing from Adobe Acrobat Reader but printing from PDF Expert instead... it immediately showed the pages were being sent to the printer and printing started immediately. With Adobe Reader, my Mac showed it was waiting on the printer and the printer showed it was waiting on the file.
If nothing else, it's a last resort worth trying!