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Printing stops while it is in progress.
Cause :
The USB cable is not connected correctly.
Correction : Check the USB cable to make sure it is connected correctly. (➡ p.33)
Cause :
A USB hub is being used for the connection.
Correction : Be sure to use the USB cable to connect the printer directly to your
computer. If you connect via a USB hub, the printer may not function
Cause :
There is a problem with the printer's spool settings.
<Windows 98/Me/2000>
1. Click the [Start] button and select [Settings], and [Printers].
2. Right-click the [Canon CP-100] or [Canon CP-10] icon and select [Properties].
3. Click the [Details] tab. Click the [Spool Settings] button and then click the
[Restore defaults] button.
<Windows XP>
1. Click the [Start] button and select [Control Panel], [Printers and Other Hardware],
and [Printers and Faxes].
2. Right-click the [Canon CP-100] or [Canon CP-10] icon and select [Properties].
3. Click the [Advanced] tab and then select "Start printing immediately".
Cause :
To protect the print head from high temperatures, printing is
suspended until the print head has cooled down.
Correction : This is not a malfunction. Wait until the print head cools down and
printing will automatically resume again.
When the print head gets too hot, usually a message is displayed. However,
this message is not displayed if "Notification messages are displayed" is not
selected in the [Utilities] tab in the printer driver properties.
The color of an image seen on the screen is different from that
seen in prints.
Correction : Printers and computer displays use different color reproduction
methods, and lighting conditions and display settings affect the
appearance of colors on your computer's display. However, you can
adjust color using [Image Adjustment] (➡ p.43).


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