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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Important Safety Instructions Important Safety Instructions Installation Power Supply Handling Maintenance and Inspections Consumables Wireless LAN Regulatory Information (LBP7110Cw Only) About This Printer Printer Specifications System Requirements for Printing Names and Dimensions of Each Part Control Panel Printer Status Window...
  • Page 3 Driver Installation Installing the Printer Driver Easy Installation Connecting the Printer and Computer Attention (Wired LAN Connection) Attention (Wireless LAN Connection) (LBP7110Cw Only) [Select Printers to Install] Screen [Printer Information] Screen After Installation Uninstalling the Printer Driver Basic Printer Operations...
  • Page 4 Checking Your Printing Environment If You Use the Printer by Direct Connection Basic Network Settings Switching Between Wireless LAN and Wired LAN for the Connection (LBP7110Cw Only) Specifying the Connection Settings Setting a Port and Installing the Printer Driver Changing the Network Settings for the Printer...
  • Page 5 Printing Cannot Be Performed Printing Cannot Be Performed (USB Connection) Printing Cannot Be Performed (Wired LAN Connection) Printing Cannot Be Performed (Wireless LAN Connection) (LBP7110Cw Only) Printing Cannot Be Performed (via the Print Server) The Print Server for Connection Cannot Be Found...
  • Page 6 "Profiles" Cannot Be Selected or Edited Paper Jams Attention (Paper Jams) Clearing Paper Jams (Paper Drawer) Clearing Paper Jams (Output Area) Clearing Paper Jams (Inside the Rear Cover) Indicators on the Printer Are On/Blinking A Message Appears in the Printer Status Window When <Service Error>...
  • Page 7 For Windows 8/Server 2012 Users For Macintosh Users Office Locations Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 8: Before You Start

    0F40-000 Before You Start Legal Notices Legal Limitations on the Usage of Your Product and the Use of Images Using the e-Manual Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 9: Legal Notices

    Safety regulations require the product's name to be registered. In some regions where this product is sold, the following name(s) in parentheses ( ) may be registered instead. LBP7100Cn/LBP7110Cw (F163600) EMC requirements of EC Directive This equipment conforms with the essential EMC requirements of EC Directive. We declare that this product conforms with the EMC requirements of EC Directive at nominal mains input 230 V, 50 Hz although the rated input of the product is 220 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz.
  • Page 10 ® As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Canon Inc. has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR Program for energy efficiency. The International ENERGY STAR Office Equipment Program is an international program that promotes energy saving through the use of computers and other office equipment.
  • Page 11: Legal Limitations On The Usage Of Your Product And The Use Of Images

    0F40-002 Legal Limitations on the Usage of Your Product and the Use of Images Using your product to scan, print or otherwise reproduce certain documents, and the use of such images as scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced by your product, may be prohibited by law and may result in criminal and/or civil liability. A non-exhaustive list of these documents is set forth below.
  • Page 12: Using The E-manual

    0F40-003 Using the e-Manual Even if you do not have the supplied CD-ROM at hand, you can view the e-Manual any time if you install it on your computer beforehand. For the efficient use of the e-Manual, you can use several search tools to find the desired content. How to Use the e-Manual Operating Environment Installing the e-Manual...
  • Page 13: How To Use The E-manual

    0F40-004 How to Use the e-Manual Click the following links to see the system requirements to use the e-Manual and how to install/uninstall the e-Manual. Operating Environment Installing the e-Manual Uninstalling the e-Manual Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 14: Operating Environment

    0F40-005 Operating Environment You need a Web browser to use the e-Manual. Operation of the following Web browsers is guaranteed. Internet Explorer 6.0/7.0/8.0/9.0/10.0 Firefox 2.x/3.x/4.x/5.x/6.x/7.x/8.x/9.x/10.x/11.x/13.x/14.x/15.x/16.x/17.x/18.x/19.x NOTE Enabling the script function and cookies Enable the script function and cookies for the Web browser before using the e-Manual. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 15: Installing The E-manual

    0F40-006 Installing the e-Manual Install the e-Manual included in the supplied CD-ROM on your computer using the following procedure. This function is not supported for Macintosh. Insert the supplied CD-ROM "User Software" into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. Click [Custom Installation]. If the above screen does not appear "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows"...
  • Page 16 (2) Click [Start]. Read the contents of License Agreement, and then click [Yes]. The installation starts. Wait a moment until the installation is complete. (It may take a long time to install the e-Manual.) Click [Exit]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 17 Click [Next]. Click [Exit]. When the following screen appears, you can remove the CD-ROM. Displaying the e-Manual Double-click [LBP7100C 7110C e-Manual] created on the desktop. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 18 When a security protection message appears Perform the following procedure. 1. Click the information bar, and then select [Allow Blocked Content] from the pop-up menu. 2. Click [Yes]. NOTE Displaying the e-Manual directly from the CD-ROM You can also display the e-Manual directly from the CD-ROM without installing it in the computer you are using. 1.
  • Page 19: Uninstalling The E-manual

    0F40-007 Uninstalling the e-Manual The process of removing the e-Manual to restore the computer to the same state as before the e-Manual was installed is referred to as uninstallation. To uninstall the e-Manual, perform the following procedure. This function is not supported for Macintosh. Insert the supplied CD-ROM "User Software"...
  • Page 20 Click [Uninstall] to start the uninstallation. Please wait a moment until the uninstallation is complete. (It may take a long time to uninstall the e-Manual.) Click [Exit]. Click [Back]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 21 Click [Exit]. When the following screen appears, you can remove the CD-ROM. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 22: Screen Layout Of The E-manual

    0F40-008 Screen Layout of the e-Manual This section describes the screen layout of the e-Manual. The page displayed right after the e-Manual starts is called "Top Page" and the manual description is called "Topic Page" in this section. "Site map" is displayed from [Site map] which is located on the upper right of the e-Manual. The search panel is used to make search through the e-Manual.
  • Page 23: Top Page

    0F40-009 Top Page (1) [Handling the Printer] This section describes the precautions and maintenance methods for handling the printer, and so on. (2) [Printing] This section describes a variety of printing methods, such as basic printing and advanced one that uses the various printing functions.
  • Page 24 The information of copyrights is displayed. (14) [Trademarks] The trademarks are displayed. (15) [Third Party Software] The information about the third party software is displayed. (16) [Office Locations] Inquiries for this printer are displayed. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 25: Topic Page

    0F40-00A Topic Page (1) Chapter contents This is the list of the contents in the chapter. Clicking each item displays the description in the topic page. Click [ ] to expand a menu, and click [ ] to collapse a menu. Alternatively, click [ Expand all] to expand all menus, and click [...
  • Page 26: Site Map

    0F40-00C Site Map (1) Categories Shows the chapters of the e-Manual. Click an item to view the detailed list of the chapter. (2) Whole contents Shows the all chapters and sections of the e-Manual. Click an item to view the contents. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 27: Search Method

    0F40-00E Search Method (1) Search Entering a character string in [Search] on the top page or in the [Keyword] text box on the search panel and then clicking [ ] displays the search results. The AND search is available in the e-Manual so you can refine the search results by entering two or more keywords.
  • Page 28: Viewing The E-manual

    The functions of the printer driver may be changed due to upgrade. Illustrations Used in the e-Manual The illustrations used in the e-Manual are those for the LBP7110Cw unless mentioned otherwise. Though not shown in the illustrations in this manual, the control panels are labeled with names in certain countries or regions.
  • Page 29 Although the power cord used in this manual is as the one in the following illustration, the form of the power cord may differ depending on the country or region. About the Supplied CD-ROM Although the e-Manual states that this printer is supplied with CD-ROMs, in certain countries or regions the printer is supplied with a DVD-ROM in place of CD-ROMs.
  • Page 30: Disclaimers

    Disclaimers The information in this manual is subject to change without notice. CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF USE OR AGAINST INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT.
  • Page 31: Copyright

    0F40-00J Copyright Copyright 2013 by Canon Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of Canon Inc.
  • Page 32: Trademarks

    0F40-00K Trademarks Canon, the Canon logo, LBP, and PageComposer are trademarks of Canon Inc. Adobe, Adobe Acrobat, and Adobe Reader are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Apple, Mac, Mac OS, OS X, and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Inc. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows Server and Internet Explorer are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 33: Important Safety Instructions

    Improper operation or use of this machine could result in personal injury and/or damage requiring extensive repair that may not be covered under your Limited Warranty. Important Safety Instructions Wireless LAN Regulatory Information (LBP7110Cw Only) Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 34: Important Safety Instructions

    0F40-00R Important Safety Instructions Read the following precautions thoroughly before operating the printer. Installation Power Supply Handling Maintenance and Inspections Consumables Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 35: Installation

    If these items are dropped or spilled inside the printer, immediately turn OFF the power switch (1) and disconnect the interface cables if they are connected (2). Then, unplug the power plug from the AC power outlet (3) and contact your local authorized Canon dealer. CAUTION Do not install the printer in unstable locations, such as on unsteady platforms or inclined floors, or in locations subject to excessive vibrations, as this may cause the printer to fall or tip over, resulting in personal injury.
  • Page 36: Power Supply

    0F40-00U Power Supply WARNING Do not damage or modify the power cord. Also, do not place heavy objects on the power cord or pull on or excessively bend it, as this can cause electrical damage, resulting in fire or electrical shock. Keep the power cord away from all heat sources.
  • Page 37: Handling

    If these items are dropped or spilled inside the printer, immediately turn OFF the power switch and disconnect the interface cables if they are connected. Then, unplug the power plug from the AC power outlet and contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
  • Page 38 If the laser beam should escape and enter your eyes, exposure may cause damage to your eyes. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 39: Maintenance And Inspections

    Check the power cord and plug regularly. The following conditions may result in fire, so contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line. There are burn marks on the power plug.
  • Page 40 when inspecting the inside of the printer, do not touch the fixing unit and its surroundings, as this may result in burns. When removing jammed paper or when inspecting the inside of the machine, do not expose yourself to the heat emitted from the fixing unit and its surroundings for a prolonged period of time.
  • Page 41: Consumables

    0F40-00Y Consumables WARNING Do not dispose of used toner cartridges in open flames. This may cause the toner to ignite, resulting in burns or fire. Do not store toner cartridges or paper in a location exposed to open flames. This may cause the toner or paper to ignite, resulting in burns or fire.
  • Page 42: Wireless Lan Regulatory Information (lbp7110cw Only)

    Hereby, CANON INC., declares that FM48944 is in compliance with the essential requirements English and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Por medio de la presente CANON INC. declara que el FM48944 cumple con los requisitos Español [Spanish] esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
  • Page 43 övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG. [Romanian] [Bulgarian] Hér með lýsir CANON INC. því yfir að FM48944 sé í samræmi við grunnkröfur og aðrar kröfur, Íslenska [Icelandic] sem gerðar eru í tilskipun 1999/5/EC. CANON INC. erklærer herved at utstyret FM48944 er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav og Norsk [Norwegian] øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
  • Page 44 * Dette produkt må anvendes i AT, BE, BG, CH, CY, CZ, DE, DK, EE, ES, FI, FR, GB, GR, HU, IE, IS, IT, LI, LT, LU, LV, MT, NL, NO, PL, PT, RO, SE, SI, SK.* Bemærkninger for Dansk [Danish] anvendelse af dette produkt.
  • Page 45 FR, GB, GR, HU, IE, IS, IT, LI, LT, LU, LV, MT, NL, NO, PL, PT, RO, SE, SI, SK. Slovensky [Slovak] vonku. FI, FR, GB, GR, HU, IE, IS, IT, LI, LT, LU, LV, MT, NL, NO, PL, PT, RO, SE, SI, SK. * Den här utrustningen kanske fungerar i AT, BE, BG, CH, CY, CZ, DE, DK, EE, ES, FI, FR, GB, GR, HU, IE, IS, IT, LI, LT, LU, LV, MT, NL, NO, PL, PT, RO, SE, SI, SK.
  • Page 46: About This Printer

    0F40-011 About This Printer Printer Specifications System Requirements for Printing Names and Dimensions of Each Part Control Panel Printer Status Window Introduction of the Utilities Energy-saving Mode Cautions for Handling the Printer Consumables Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 47: Printer Specifications

    0F40-012 Printer Specifications Hardware Specifications LBP7100Cn LBP7110Cw Type Desktop Page Printer Printing method Semiconductor laser + xerographic system Toner fixing system On-demand fixing system Black and white printing:14 pages/min. Printing speed Color printing: 14 pages/min. (Plain paper (60 to 90 g/m²),...
  • Page 48 Printer unit (excluding the toner cartridges): Approx. 16.6 kg Toner cartridge (each): Approx. 0.6 kg Weight Consumables Toner cartridge (each) (Canon Genuine Cartridge): Approx. 0.6 kg Software Specifications Printing software UFR II Data can be printed with a margin of 5.0 mm.
  • Page 49 Wireless LAN Specification (LBP7110Cw Only) Standard IEEE 802.11b/g/n Transmission Scheme DS-SS System/OFDM System Frequency Range 2412 to 2472 MHz IEEE 802.11b 1/2/5.5/11 Mbps IEEE 802.11g 6/9/12/18/24/36/48/54 Mbps IEEE 802.11n Data Transmission Rate SGI Invalidated 20 MHz : 6.5/13/19.5/26/39/52/58.5/65 Mbps SGI Validated 20 MHz : 7.2/14.4/21.7/28.9/43.3/57.8/72.2 Mbps SGI Invalidated 40 MHz : 13.5/27/40.5/81/108/121.5/135 Mbps...
  • Page 50: System Requirements For Printing

    Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions Windows Server 2008 (32-bit or 64-bit version) For details on the latest status of the supported operating systems and Service Pack, see the Canon Web site (http://www.canon.com/). Computer A computer on which any one of the above operating systems can run...
  • Page 51: Names And Dimensions Of Each Part

    0F40-014 Names and Dimensions of Each Part Part Name Front View (1) Output Tray (4) Control Panel (6) Power Switch (2) Lift Handle (5) Front Cover (7) Paper Drawer (3) Drawer Top Cover Rear View (1) Ventilation Slot (4) LNK Indicator (Green) (7) Rating Label (2) ACT Indicator (Yellow) (5) USB Connector...
  • Page 52 (1) Y (Yellow) Toner Cartridge Slot (4) K (Black) Toner Cartridge Slot (2) M (Magenta) Toner Cartridge Slot (5) Toner Cartridge Tray (3) C (Cyan) Toner Cartridge Slot Paper Drawer (1) Paper Guide (2) Lock Release Lever Dimensions of Each Part Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 53: Control Panel

    0F40-015 Control Panel Unlike in the above illustration, the indicator names are indicated above the respective icons depending on the country or region. Indicators Name Status Solution Solve the problem following the message displayed in the Printer (2) Toner Indicator Status Window.
  • Page 54 (6) Job Indicator A job is being canceled. (Blinking) The printer is connected by wireless LAN. (8) Wi-Fi Indicator (On) (LBP7110Cw Only) The wireless LAN is configured. (Blinking) The printer is turned ON. (On) (9) Main Power Indicator The printer is being turned OFF.
  • Page 55 Press and hold this key (for 3 seconds) when the Ready indicator is on or blinking to print the "User Data List." For details, see "Initializing Using the Reset Button." For details, see "Canceling a Print Job Being Printed Using the Cancel Job Key."...
  • Page 56: Printer Status Window

    ] (Consumables Information) Allows you to check the status of consumables. "Checking the Consumables Status" (4) Toolbar ] (Wireless LAN Status) (LBP7110Cw Only) Allows you to check the wireless LAN connection status (signal strength). ] (Remote UI) Starts the Remote UI.
  • Page 57 (6) Icon Communication cannot be performed with the printer. A service call is occurring. Displays messages about the printer status. (7) Message Area Displays additional information (such as situation explanation and solutions) below the message if an error or other such event occurs. Allows you to display "Troubleshooting Details"...
  • Page 58 The Printer Status Window is displayed automatically under the following situations. When an error occurs during printing When the consumables need to be replaced soon during printing When the consumables have reached the end of their life during printing You can change the display settings in the [Preferences (Users)] or [Preferences (Administrators)] dialog box in the Printer Status Window.
  • Page 59: Introduction Of The Utilities

    0F40-017 Introduction of the Utilities The following useful utilities are available to perform the printer management and so on. Using "Remote UI" to specify the various settings and operate the printer from a remote location By accessing and operating the printer from the Web browser via a network, you can manage the printer using a computer in a remote location.
  • Page 60: Energy-saving Mode

    0F40-018 Energy-saving Mode You can reduce power consumption of the printer efficiently by using sleep mode or auto shutdown when the printer is not used for a certain time. Sleep Mode You can configure the printer to enter the standby mode for low power consumption when data is not sent from the computer or the printer does not operate for a specified time.
  • Page 61: Sleep Mode

    0F40-019 Sleep Mode You can specify the settings for sleep mode using the following procedure. Click [ ] in the Windows task tray, and then select the printer name. )URP WKH >2SWLRQV@ PHQX VHOHFW >'HYLFH 6HWWLQJV@ >6OHHS 6HWWLQJV@ Specify the settings for the sleep mode. (1) Select the [Enter Sleep Mode after Fixed Period] check box.
  • Page 62: Auto Shutdown

    0F40-01A Auto Shutdown You can specify the settings for auto shutdown using the following procedure. Click [ ] in the Windows task tray, and then select the printer name. )URP WKH >2SWLRQV@ PHQX VHOHFW >'HYLFH 6HWWLQJV@ >$XWR 6KXWGRZQ 6HWWLQJV@ Specify the settings for auto shutdown. (1) Select the [Auto Shutdown after Fixed Period] check box.
  • Page 63: Cautions For Handling The Printer

    0F40-01C Cautions for Handling the Printer This printer consists of various electronic and precision optical parts. Read the following section so that you can handle the printer properly. "Important Safety Instructions" also. Do not place any objects other than printing paper on the printer, trays, or covers. This may result in damage to the printer.
  • Page 64: Consumables

    Please be aware that there are counterfeit Canon toner cartridges in the marketplace. Use of counterfeit toner cartridge may result in poor print quality or machine performance. Canon is not responsible for any malfunction, accident or damage caused by the use of counterfeit toner cartridge. For more information, see http://www.canon.com/counterfeit.
  • Page 65: Checking The Consumables Status

    0F40-01F Checking the Consumables Status You can check the current consumables status in the [Consumables Information] dialog box in the Printer Status Window. For details on the Printer Status Window, see "Printer Status Window." [Toner Cartridge Information] You can check the status of the toner cartridges of each color. Status Bar Message Status...
  • Page 66: Maintenance

    0F40-01H Maintenance Toner Cartridge Replacement Replacing the Toner Cartridge Storing Toner Cartridges Moving the Printer Cleaning the Printer Adjusting Colors and Correcting Color Mismatches (Calibration/Color Mismatch Correction) Cleaning the Inside of the Printer Cleaning the Outside of the Printer Location of the Serial Number Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 67: Toner Cartridge Replacement

    0F40-01J Toner Cartridge Replacement Toner cartridges are consumable products. When the toner cartridges are nearing the end of their life, a message will appear in the Printer Status Window. Follow the directions in the message. For details on the yield of the toner cartridges or replacement toner cartridges, see "Consumables." Message Solution Have ready the replacement toner cartridges of the displayed...
  • Page 68 (Resolve Error), however, print quality may deteriorate. <Toner Colors> displays the colors of the toner cartridges targeted for messages. (Multiple colors of the toner cartridges may be displayed.) <In cases such as where you do not immediately replace the toner cartridge with a replacement toner cartridge after purchasing it>...
  • Page 69: Attention (toner Cartridge)

    Please be aware that there are counterfeit Canon toner cartridges in the marketplace. Use of counterfeit toner cartridge may result in poor print quality or machine performance. Canon is not responsible for any malfunction, accident or damage caused by the use of counterfeit toner cartridge. For more information, see http://www.canon.com/counterfeit.
  • Page 70 Precautions when installing toner cartridges The position of the toner cartridges in the printer is determined by the toner color. Install the toner cartridges in the slots that have labels of the same color. Other precautions Do not expose the toner cartridges to direct sunlight or strong light. Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the toner cartridges.
  • Page 71: Replacing The Toner Cartridge

    0F40-01L Replacing the Toner Cartridge You can check the current toner cartridges status of each color in the [Consumables Information] dialog box in the Printer Status Window. "Checking the Consumables Status" Before replacing the toner cartridge, see "Attention (Toner Cartridge)." Open the front cover.
  • Page 72 Take out the new toner cartridge from the protective bag. You can open the protective bag with your hands from the notch. When opening the protective bag with scissors, be careful not to damage the toner cartridge. Keep the protective bag. Do not discard it. You will need it when you remove the toner cartridge for printer maintenance or other purposes.
  • Page 73 pull out completely. If the sealing tape stops at midpoint, pull it out of the toner cartridge completely. If any tape remains in the toner cartridge, this may result in poor print quality. Dispose of the removed sealing tape according to local regulations. Remove the drum protective cover (A).
  • Page 74 If you cannot close the front cover Make sure that the toner cartridge tray is closed. Do not try to forcefully close the front cover, as this may damage the printer. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 75: Storing Toner Cartridges

    0F40-01R Storing Toner Cartridges Be careful of the following points when storing a new toner cartridge or handling a toner cartridge that was taken out of the printer for maintenance or moving the printer. IMPORTANT Precautions when storing toner cartridges To use toner cartridges in a safe and trouble-free manner, store them in a place that fulfills the following conditions.
  • Page 76: Moving The Printer

    0F40-01S Moving the Printer When changing the location of the printer or moving the printer for maintenance, be sure to perform the following procedure. For details on the installation location, see "Confirming the Supplied Accessories and Checking the Installation Location." "Important Safety Instructions"...
  • Page 77 Carry the printer unit to the installation location. Carry the printer by holding it by the lift handles from the front side. Check the weight of the printer, and carry the printer carefully. "Printer Specifications" Set the paper drawer in the printer. Connect the removed cable or cord.
  • Page 78: Cleaning The Printer

    0F40-01U Cleaning the Printer Adjusting Colors and Correcting Color Mismatches (Calibration/Color Mismatch Correction) Perform calibration or color mismatch correction when the colors have changed or color mismatches have occurred and the data is not printed in the correct colors (specified colors). Cleaning the Inside of the Printer If the printed paper has smudge marks or the print quality has deteriorated, clean the inside of the printer.
  • Page 79: Adjusting Colors And Correcting Color Mismatches (calibration/color Mismatch Correction)

    0F40-01W Adjusting Colors and Correcting Color Mismatches (Calibration/Color Mismatch Correction) Adjusting Color (Calibration) Perform calibration of the printer when the colors have changed and the data is not printed in the correct colors (specified colors). Correcting Color Mismatches (Color Mismatch Correction) Perform color mismatch correction of the printer when color mismatches have occurred and the data is not printed in the correct colors (specified colors).
  • Page 80: Adjusting Color (calibration)

    0F40-01X Adjusting Color (Calibration) This section describes the procedure for performing calibration manually. IMPORTANT Precautions when performing calibration If you perform calibration frequently, this may affect the life of the toner cartridges. Perform calibration after making sure that the toner remains in the toner cartridges. You can check the current toner cartridges status of each color in the [Consumables Information] dialog box in the Printer Status Window.
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  • Page 82: Correcting Color Mismatches (color Mismatch Correction)

    0F40-01Y Correcting Color Mismatches (Color Mismatch Correction) This section describes the procedure for performing color mismatch correction manually. IMPORTANT Precautions when correcting color mismatches If you perform color mismatch correction frequently, this may affect the life of the toner cartridges. Perform color mismatch correction after making sure that the toner remains in the toner cartridges.
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  • Page 84: Auto Image Quality Adjustment Settings

    0F40-020 Auto Image Quality Adjustment Settings You can use the following procedure to set the printer to automatically perform calibration at the designated time everyday or to perform calibration or color mismatch correction immediately after the printer is turned ON. Click [ ] displayed in the task tray, and then select a printer name.
  • Page 85 When you perform calibration or color mismatch correction immediately after the printer is turned ON Select [Execute Immediately (Level 1)] or [Execute Immediately (Level 2)] in [Image Quality Adjustment at Startup]. Only color mismatch correction is performed immediately after the printer is turned [Execute Immediately (Level 1)] Calibration and color mismatch correction are performed immediately after the [Execute Immediately (Level 2)]...
  • Page 86: Cleaning The Inside Of The Printer

    0F40-021 Cleaning the Inside of the Printer Cleaning the Fixing Roller of the Printer If the printed paper has smudge marks, clean the fixing roller of the printer. Cleaning the Transfer Belt of the Printer If the transfer belt of the printer has dirt, this may result in deterioration in print quality. In this case, clean the transfer belt.
  • Page 87: Cleaning The Fixing Roller Of The Printer

    0F40-022 Cleaning the Fixing Roller of the Printer A4 plain paper is required to clean the fixing roller. Have A4 plain paper ready. Load A4 plain paper in the paper drawer. "Loading Paper" Click [ ] in the Windows task tray, and then select the printer name. )URP WKH >2SWLRQV@ PHQX VHOHFW >8WLOLW\@ >&OHDQLQJ @ Click [OK].
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  • Page 89: Cleaning The Transfer Belt Of The Printer

    0F40-023 Cleaning the Transfer Belt of the Printer Click [ ] in the Windows task tray, and then select the printer name. )URP WKH >2SWLRQV@ PHQX VHOHFW >8WLOLW\@ >&OHDQLQJ @ Click [OK]. The message <Cleaning> appears in the Printer Status Window, and the printer starts cleaning the transfer belt. NOTE Cleaning time It takes approximately 50 seconds.
  • Page 90: Cleaning The Outside Of The Printer

    0F40-024 Cleaning the Outside of the Printer Before cleaning the outside of the printer, see "Attention (Cleaning)." Turn the printer OFF, then disconnect the cables or cords from the printer. <How to disconnect the cable or cord> (2) Turn the computer off. USB cable (3) Disconnect the cable from the printer.
  • Page 91 When the printer is completely dry, connect the removed cable or cord. <How to connect the cable or cord> Connect to the USB connector on the printer. USB cable Connect to the LAN connector on the printer. LAN cable (1) Plug the power cord to the power socket on the printer. Power cord (2) Plug the power plug into the AC power outlet.
  • Page 92: Attention (cleaning)

    0F40-025 Attention (Cleaning) "Important Safety Instructions" also. IMPORTANT Precautions when cleaning the outside of the printer Do not use a cleaning agent other than water or a mild detergent diluted with water, as this may deform or crack the plastic materials in the printer. When using a mild detergent, be sure to dilute it with water.
  • Page 93: Location Of The Serial Number

    0F40-026 Location of the Serial Number The serial number is required for receiving maintenance service. You can find the serial number at the location shown in the following figure. Do not remove the labels on which the serial number is indicated. Rear of the printer Outside view of the packaging box Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 94: Printer Installation

    0F40-027 Printer Installation When installing the printer, perform the following procedures. Before installing the printer, see "Attention (Printer Installation)." Checking before Installing the Printer Confirming the Supplied "Confirming the Supplied Accessories and Checking the Installation Location" Accessories Checking the Installation Location Removing the "Removing the Packing Materials"...
  • Page 95: Attention (printer Installation)

    0F40-028 Attention (Printer Installation) "Important Safety Instructions" also. IMPORTANT Protecting the printer from condensation To prevent condensation from forming inside the printer in the following cases, adjust the printer to the ambient temperature and humidity for at least two hours before use. When the room where the printer is installed is heated rapidly When the printer is moved from a cool or dry location to a hot or humid location If water droplets (condensation) form inside the printer, this can result in paper jams or poor print quality.
  • Page 96 The replacement timing of the included consumables is as follows. Average yield of the toner cartridge: K (Black) Toner Cartridge 800 pages Y (Yellow) Toner Cartridge Average yield of Composite Y (Yellow), M (Magenta), and C (Cyan) toner cartridges: M (Magenta) Toner Cartridge 800 pages C (Cyan) Toner Cartridge The average yield is on the basis of "ISO/IEC 19798"...
  • Page 97: Confirming The Supplied Accessories And Checking The Installation Location

    Confirming the Supplied Accessories Make sure that all the supplied accessories are contained in the box before installing the printer. If an item is missing or damaged, please contact your local authorized Canon dealer. NOTE This printer includes two "User Software" CD-ROMs.
  • Page 98 Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Greek, Hungarian, Latvian, Getting Started Guide Lithuanian, Persian, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Turkish, Ukrainian To view the manual in PDF format, Adobe Reader/Adobe Acrobat Reader is required. If Adobe Reader/Adobe Acrobat Reader is not installed on your system, download it from the Adobe Systems Incorporated Web site.
  • Page 99: Removing The Packing Materials

    0F40-02A Removing the Packing Materials NOTE Store the packing materials come up during unpacking. The box comes with when you purchased the printer and the packing materials in the box are required when transporting the printer for relocation or maintenance. About the packing materials The packing materials may be changed in form or placement, or may be added or removed without notice.
  • Page 100 Open the front cover. Press the lever and pull out the toner cartridge tray. Hold down the toner cartridge as shown in the figure. Remove the tab, and then pull out the sealing tape (approx. 50 cm). Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 101 IMPORTANT Precautions when pulling out the sealing tape Do not pull out the sealing tape in the direction other than the arrow. If the tape is severed, this may become difficult to pull out completely. If the sealing tape stops at midpoint, pull it out of the toner cartridge completely. If any tape remains in the toner cartridge, this may result in poor print quality.
  • Page 102 Close the covers and insert the paper drawer after you finish checking. Next, install the printer. "Installing the Printer" Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 103: Installing The Printer

    0F40-02C Installing the Printer Carrying the Printer to the Installation Location Pull out the paper drawer of the printer. Carry the printer unit to the installation location. Carry the printer by holding it by the lift handles from the front side. Check the weight of the printer, and carry the printer carefully.
  • Page 104 NOTE The form of the supplied power cord The form of the supplied power cord may differ from the one in the above illustration. Next, perform the following procedures. "Loading Paper" Loading Paper Installing the Printer "Installing the Printer Driver" Driver Registering the "Registering the Paper Size and Type"...
  • Page 105: Driver Installation

    0F40-02E Driver Installation Installing the Printer Driver Uninstalling the Printer Driver Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 106: Installing The Printer Driver

    0F40-02F Installing the Printer Driver The printer driver is software required for printing with this printer. For details on the system environment required to use the printer driver, see "System Requirements for Printing." The procedure for installing the printer driver varies depending on the system environment. See the following according to your system environment.
  • Page 107 Local Installation You can install the printer driver using the supplied CD-ROM. The e-Manual is also installed simultaneously in "Easy Installation." Easy Installation Download Installation You can install the printer driver without using the supplied CD-ROM, but by downloading the printer driver from the print server.
  • Page 108: Easy Installation

    0F40-02H Easy Installation Turn the computer on, and then log on to Windows as a user with administrative rights. If a screen appears through the Plug and Play automatic setup (USB connection) Click [Cancel], turn OFF the printer, and then use this procedure to install the printer driver. Insert the supplied CD-ROM "User Software"...
  • Page 109 If the above screen does not appear "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows" If the [AutoPlay] dialog box appears Click [Run AUTORUN.EXE]. If the [User Account Control] dialog box appears Click [Yes] or [Continue]. Click [Start]. Read the contents of License Agreement, and then click [Yes]. Specify the printer connection settings as needed.
  • Page 110 If you have a problem during the connection settings Click [Useful Tips] at the bottom left of the screen and see the help contents. Install the printer driver after specifying the printer connection settings. 1. Click [Display Readme File]. 2. Read the contents of the Readme file and then close the file. It contains important information and special information not found in the e-Manual.
  • Page 111 4. Select the method of installation. When connecting with USB Select [Install with USB Connection]. When connecting to a network Select [Search for Network Printers to Install]. When connecting via the print server (client) Select [Manually Set Port to Install]. NOTE To select the port type (network connection) Click [Detailed Settings].
  • Page 112 Click the links on each screen to see the provided description. [Select Printers to Install] Screen [Printer Information] Screen If the USB cable is connected but the printer is not automatically recognized (USB connection) "The Printer Is Not Recognized Automatically" After the printer driver is installed, installation of the e-Manual starts.
  • Page 113 If [ ] appears "You Cannot Install the Printer Driver" Restart your computer. (1) Select the [Restart Computer Now] check box. (2) Click [Restart]. When the following screen appears, you can remove the CD-ROM. When the installation is complete, an icon and folder for this printer will be created. "After Installation"...
  • Page 114: Connecting The Printer And Computer

    USB hubs or switching devices. NOTE About the USB cable LBP7110Cw comes with a USB cable. When you use LBP7100Cn, have an appropriate USB cable available for the computer you are using. Use a USB cable with the following symbol.
  • Page 115 Wired LAN Connection "Attention (Wired LAN Connection)" before connecting the printer to a wired LAN. Connect the LAN cable. Turn the printer ON. Make sure that the LNK indicator (A) on the network interface is on. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 116 When the LNK indicator is off "All the Indicators on the Network Interface Are Off" Wireless LAN Connection (LBP7110Cw Only) "Attention (Wireless LAN Connection) (LBP7110Cw Only)" before connecting the printer to a wireless LAN. Follow the instructions of "MF/LBP Network Setup Tool" to specify the connection settings.
  • Page 117: Attention (wired Lan Connection)

    0F40-02K Attention (Wired LAN Connection) IMPORTANT About network security Connecting to an unsecured network environment creates a risk that personal information and other data may be leaked to a third party. Please be careful. NOTE Use in an office For details on the network settings, consult your network administrator. About the network environment This printer supports 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX connections.
  • Page 118: Attention (wireless Lan Connection) (lbp7110cw Only)

    0F40-02L Attention (Wireless LAN Connection) (LBP7110Cw Only) Precautions Regarding Security When Using Wireless LAN Products Wireless LAN offers the advantage of sending and receiving information to and from a computer by radio waves between wireless LAN access points instead of a LAN cable in the range of the wireless signal.
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  • Page 120: [select Printers To Install] Screen

    0F40-02R [Select Printers to Install] Screen Use this screen to select the printer to be installed, as shown below. Add the printer to [Printer List for Driver Installation]. (1) Select the printer to install. (2) Click [Add]. If no devices are displayed in [Printer List] "The Printer Cannot Be Searched for"...
  • Page 121 (2) Click [Next]. Proceed to the [Printer Information] Screen. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 122: [printer Information] Screen

    0F40-02S [Printer Information] Screen Use this screen to specify the port to use with the printer, the printer name, and other printer information. When using a port that has already been specified Select the port to use with the printer. When adding a port Click [Add Port].
  • Page 123 Port Setting When Using the Printer via the Print Server Specify the port using the following procedure. Click [Add Port]. Select a port to be added. (1) Select [Network]. (2) Click [OK]. Select a shared printer. (1) Select a shared printer on the print server. (2) Click [OK].
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  • Page 125: After Installation

    The icon does not appear if you did not restart your computer after the printer driver installation. [All Programs] under the [Start] menu [Canon Printer Uninstaller] - [Canon LBP7100C 7110C Uninstaller] Use this option when uninstalling the printer driver. This option does not appear if you install the printer driver using a method other than Easy Installation.
  • Page 126 [Canon LBP7100C 7110C] - [LBP7100C 7110C e-Manual] This option does not appear if you install the printer driver using a method other than Easy Installation. If the icons and folders are not added The installation is not completed properly. "You Cannot Install the Printer Driver"...
  • Page 127: Uninstalling The Printer Driver

    0F40-02W Uninstalling the Printer Driver The process of removing the printer driver to restore the computer to the same state as before the printer driver was installed is referred to as uninstallation. To uninstall the printer driver, perform the following procedure. If a USB cable is connected, turn OFF the printer and computer, and then remove the USB cable.
  • Page 128 IMPORTANT About [Cleanup] Clicking [Cleanup] deletes all driver files and registry information displayed on the list, including the selected driver. Normally, uninstall the printer driver using [Delete]. If this printer is not displayed Click [Cleanup]. Click [Yes] to start the uninstallation. Please wait a moment until the uninstallation is complete.
  • Page 129 Open the printer folder. "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows" Confirm that the icon for this printer is not found. IMPORTANT If the icon for this printer is displayed 1. Right-click the icon, and then select [Remove device] or [Delete] from the pop-up menu. 2.
  • Page 130 Insert the supplied CD-ROM "User Software" into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. Click [Additional Software Programs]. If the above screen does not appear "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows" If the [AutoPlay] dialog box appears Click [Run AUTORUN.EXE]. If the [User Account Control] dialog box appears Click [Yes] or [Continue].
  • Page 131 Click [Uninstall] to start the uninstallation. Please wait a moment until the uninstallation is complete. (It may take a long time to uninstall the e-Manual.) Click [Exit]. Click [Back]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 132 Click [Exit]. When the following screen appears, you can remove the CD-ROM. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 133: Basic Printer Operations

    0F40-02X Basic Printer Operations Usable Paper Precautions for Paper Printable Area Paper Loading and Output Loading Paper Basic Printing Procedure How to Use Help Canceling a Job Checking the Printer Status Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 134: Usable Paper

    0F40-02Y Usable Paper The following shows the paper sizes that can be used with this printer. Paper Type Paper Size Setting for [Paper Type] Legal Letter Plain paper [Plain 1] (Default) (70 to 85 g/m²) Executive Statement Foolscap Custom Paper Size Legal Letter Plain paper...
  • Page 135 Letter Heavy paper [Heavy 1] (86 to 120 g/m²) Executive Statement Foolscap Custom Paper Size Legal Letter Heavy paper [Heavy 2] (121 to 163 g/m²) Executive Statement Foolscap Custom Paper Size Transparency [Transparency] (black and white printing only) Letter Legal Letter Label [Labels]...
  • Page 136 Foolscap Custom Paper Size The setting is located in the [Paper Source] sheet in the printer driver. Recycled paper can be also used. If you want to print paper of 75 to 85 g/m², you can specify either of [Plain 1] or [Plain 2]. You can load paper of the following custom paper sizes.
  • Page 137: Precautions For Paper

    0F40-030 Precautions for Paper Paper Which Requires Attention Before Use When using the following types of paper, this may cause influence to the printout results or printer in some cases. Paper that was stored poorly Creased or folded paper Torn or damaged paper Wrinkled paper Curled paper Wet or moist paper...
  • Page 138 Storing Paper The quality of paper may deteriorate if stored improperly even when the paper meets the normal specifications. Inferior paper may cause misfeeds, paper jams, or deterioration in print quality. How to store paper Observe the following guidelines when storing and handling paper. Store paper on a flat surface.
  • Page 139: Printable Area

    0F40-031 Printable Area NOTE If you want to extend the printable area Specify the following settings in the printer driver. 1. Click [Advanced Settings] in the [Finishing] sheet. 2. Set [Expand Print Region and Print] to [On]. Depending on the print data to be printed, the edge of paper may be missing partly during printing or may blot during color printing.
  • Page 140: Paper Loading And Output

    0F40-032 Paper Loading and Output This printer has the following paper source and output destination. "Loading Paper" Paper Source (A): Paper Drawer Output (B): Output Tray Outputs paper with the printed side facing down. Destination Paper Capacity of the Paper Source and Output Destination Paper Source Output Destination Paper Type...
  • Page 141: Loading Paper

    0F40-033 Loading Paper For details on the paper that you can load, "Usable Paper." Before loading paper, see "Attention (Paper Loading)." Pull out the paper drawer. Slide the paper guides a little wider and longer than the actual paper size. Slide the paper guide at the front center while holding the lock release lever (A).
  • Page 142 A5 paper Statement paper Custom size paper with a width and length (height) between 127.0 and 215.9 mm If loading paper in landscape orientation, select the [Feed A5 Horizontally], [Feed Statement Horizontally], or [Feed Custom Paper Horizontally] check box on the [Paper Source] sheet of the printer driver when printing.
  • Page 143 Be sure that the paper stack does not exceed the load limit mark lines. If the paper stack exceeds the load limit mark lines, this may result in misfeeds. Insert the paper drawer in the printer. NOTE When loading paper whose length is longer than A4 Although the front side of the paper drawer is not flush with the front surface of the printer as shown in the figure, the printer is ready.
  • Page 144: Attention (paper Loading)

    0F40-034 Attention (Paper Loading) "Important Safety Instructions" also. IMPORTANT Do not touch the black rubber pad (A) in the paper drawer. This may result in misfeeds. Do not pull out the paper drawer during printing. This may result in paper jams or damage to the printer. When using paper that is poorly cut Multiple sheets of paper may be fed at a time.
  • Page 145: Registering The Paper Size And Type

    0F40-035 Registering the Paper Size and Type This printer's paper drawer cannot automatically detect the paper size and type. Therefore, you need to register the size and type of the loaded paper. Register the paper size and type using the following procedure. NOTE When registering a paper size and type As you cannot register a paper size and type while printing is in progress, make sure that the printer is idle before...
  • Page 146 Select the size of the paper loaded in the paper drawer. When [Free] is specified, the paper size of the printed job is registered automatically [Paper Size] each time printing is completed. Select the feed direction (orientation) of paper loaded in the paper drawer when using A5, [Paper Feed Direction] Statement, or custom size paper.
  • Page 147: Basic Printing Procedure

    0F40-036 Basic Printing Procedure This section describes the basic procedure for printing from an application, taking Adobe Reader as an example. The printing procedure may differ depending on the application you are using. Before printing, see "Attention (Basic Printing)." Load paper in the paper drawer. "Loading Paper"...
  • Page 148 Click [Properties]. Specify the settings for [Page Size] and [Output Size]. (1) Display the [Page Setup] sheet. (2) Select the page size of the document created by an application. (3) Select if the size of the paper to be printed is different from that of the data. IMPORTANT Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 149 If the [Page Size] setting and [Output Size] setting are different The print is automatically reduced or enlarged to fit on the page. Specify the setting for [Paper Type]. (1) Display the [Paper Source] sheet. (2) Select the type of the paper loaded in the paper source. Specify the setting according to the paper type as follows.
  • Page 150 If the printer cannot print properly "Printing Cannot Be Performed (USB Connection)" "Printing Cannot Be Performed (Wired LAN Connection)" "Printing Cannot Be Performed (Wireless LAN Connection) (LBP7110Cw Only)" "Printing Cannot Be Performed (via the Print Server)" Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 151: Attention (basic Printing)

    0F40-037 Attention (Basic Printing) IMPORTANT Checking the paper size and type settings of the paper drawer Check that the size and type of the paper loaded in the paper drawer is the same as the registered paper size and type. "Registering the Paper Size and Type"...
  • Page 152: How To Use Help

    0F40-038 How to Use Help For details on each setting in the printer driver or the Printer Status Window, see the instructions in Help. (1) Navigation pane Select a topic for your desired option. [Contents] In Contents, the titles of the Contexts are displayed. Click the title of the desired topic to display its description.
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  • Page 154: Canceling A Job

    0F40-039 Canceling a Job You can cancel a print job using either of the following methods. Canceling a Job Being Printed or Waiting to Be Printed from the Computer You can cancel a job currently being printed with one click or select and cancel a job waiting to be printed from the Printer Status Window.
  • Page 155: Canceling A Job Being Printed Or Waiting To Be Printed From The Computer

    0F40-03A Canceling a Job Being Printed or Waiting to Be Printed from the Computer Click [ ] in the Windows task tray, and then select the printer name. Cancel a job. When canceling a job being printed with one click Click [ ] (Cancel Job).
  • Page 156 3. Click [OK]. If you cannot cancel a job You cannot cancel the job whose pages are in the process of printing. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 157: Canceling A Print Job Being Printed Using The Cancel Job Key

    0F40-03C Canceling a Print Job Being Printed Using the Cancel Job Key Pressing the [ ] (Cancel Job) key on the control panel cancels the job being printed. When the key is released, the printer begins canceling the job. If you cannot cancel a job You cannot cancel the job whose pages are in the process of printing.
  • Page 158: Checking The Printer Status

    0F40-03E Checking the Printer Status You can check the current printer status using the Printer Status Window. "Printer Status Window" The Printer Status Window shows the current printer status with messages, animations, and icons. If you find any problems with the printer, check the Printer Status Window. NOTE If the printer and computer are connected via a network You can also check the printer status using the Remote UI.
  • Page 159: Printing On Various Types Of Paper

    0F40-03F Printing on Various Types of Paper Printing on Plain Paper, Heavy Paper, or Index Card Printing on Transparencies (Black and White Printing Only) Printing on Labels Printing on Envelopes Printing on Coated Paper Printing on Custom Size Paper Paper Loading Orientation Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 160: Printing On Plain Paper, Heavy Paper, Or Index Card

    0F40-03H Printing on Plain Paper, Heavy Paper, or Index Card Confirming usable paper This printer can print plain paper (60 to 90 g/m²) and heavy paper (86 to 163 g/m²) of the following sizes or Index Card. Standard sizes A4, B5, A5, Legal, Letter, Executive, Statement, Foolscap, and 16K In case of portrait orientation: Width 83.0 to 215.9 mm, Length (Height) 127.0 to 355.6 mm Custom paper sizes...
  • Page 161: Printing On Transparencies (black And White Printing Only)

    0F40-03J Printing on Transparencies (Black and White Printing Only) Confirming usable transparencies This printer can use the following sizes of transparencies. Standard sizes A4, Letter Transparencies can only be printed in black and white. Loading transparencies Load transparencies in the paper drawer. "Loading Paper"...
  • Page 162: Printing On Labels

    0F40-03K Printing on Labels Confirming usable labels This printer can use the following sizes of labels. Standard sizes A4, B5, A5, Legal, Letter, Executive, Statement, Foolscap, and 16K In case of portrait orientation: Width 83.0 to 215.9 mm, Length (Height) 127.0 to 355.6 mm Custom paper sizes In case of landscape orientation: Width 127.0 to 215.9 mm, Length (Height) 127.0 to 215.9 mm...
  • Page 163: Printing On Envelopes

    0F40-03L Printing on Envelopes Confirming usable envelopes This printer can use the following envelopes. Using the following types of envelopes may result in paper jams that are difficult to clear or may result in damage to the printer. Envelopes with fasteners or snaps Envelopes with address windows Envelopes with adhesive on the surface Wrinkled or creased envelopes...
  • Page 164 Printing from an application After loading envelopes, perform printing. "Basic Printing Procedure" Do not print on the reverse side (glued side) of envelopes. The print speed drops when printing on envelopes. When envelopes are printed, they may be creased. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 165: Printing On Coated Paper

    0F40-03R Printing on Coated Paper Confirming usable coated paper This printer can use the following sizes of coated paper (100 to 220 g/m²). Standard sizes A4, B5, A5, Legal, Letter, Executive, Statement, Foolscap, and 16K In case of portrait orientation: Width 83.0 to 215.9 mm, Length (Height) 127.0 to 355.6 mm Custom paper sizes In case of landscape orientation:...
  • Page 166: Printing On Custom Size Paper

    0F40-03S Printing on Custom Size Paper Confirming usable custom size paper This printer can use the following custom size paper. In case of portrait orientation: Width 83.0 to 215.9 mm, Length (Height) 127.0 to 355.6 mm In case of landscape orientation: Width 127.0 to 215.9 mm, Length (Height) 127.0 to 215.9 mm Loading custom size paper Load paper in the paper drawer.
  • Page 167: Registering A Custom Paper Size

    0F40-03U Registering a Custom Paper Size Open the printer folder. "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows" Right-click the icon for this printer, then select [Printing Preferences] from the pop-up menu. Display the [Custom Paper Size Settings] dialog box. (1) Display the [Page Setup] sheet. (2) Click [Custom Paper Size].
  • Page 168 Specify the custom paper size. Enter the name of the custom paper size to be added. You can enter up to 31 [Name of Custom Paper Size] characters. [Unit] Select the unit to be used when setting the custom paper size. Specify the height and width of the custom paper size ([Height] [Width]).
  • Page 169: Paper Loading Orientation

    0F40-03W Paper Loading Orientation To print paper with letterheads or logos, load the paper in the proper orientation as follows. When printing on envelopes, see "Printing on Envelopes." : Feeding direction) <Portrait Layout> <Landscape Layout> (With the printing side facing up) (With the printing side facing up) NOTE When loading in landscape orientation...
  • Page 170: Useful Printing Functions

    0F40-03X Useful Printing Functions Parts of the print setting items are not supported for Macintosh. (For items that you can specify in the printer driver for Macintosh, see the Printer Driver Guide for Macintosh (how to display: "For Macintosh Users") or Help.) Displaying the Setting Screen Scaling Print Output Layout Printing (N-page Print)
  • Page 171: Displaying The Setting Screen

    0F40-03Y Displaying the Setting Screen You can specify the various printing preferences in the setting screen of the printer driver. There are the following methods to display the setting screen. Displaying from an application The specified settings apply only to data to be printed from the same application. Exiting the application resets the changed settings to the default settings.
  • Page 172 Right-click the icon for this printer, and then select [Printer properties] or [Properties] from the pop-up menu. NOTE For details on the settings See Help. "How to Use Help" About the sheets displayed by Windows The following sheets are displayed by Windows. For more details, see Windows Help. [General] sheet [Sharing] sheet [Ports] sheet...
  • Page 173: Scaling Print Output

    0F40-040 Scaling Print Output You can print with automatic scaling according to the paper size or arbitrary scaling. Display the setting screen of the printer driver. "Displaying the Setting Screen" Specify the settings for scaling. When printing with automatic scaling according to the paper size (1) Display the [Page Setup] sheet.
  • Page 174 Click [OK]. For details on the basic printing procedure, see "Basic Printing Procedure." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 175: Layout Printing (n-page Print)

    0F40-041 Layout Printing (N-page Print) You can print multiple pages on one sheet. This is a printing method which is referred to as intensive printing or N-page Print. IMPORTANT About the application function to print a document as a collated set of copies Some applications provide a function to print a document as a collated set of copies.
  • Page 176 NOTE Using Preview to specify the setting You can also specify a page layout by clicking within the document image on Preview when [ ] is selected. (Using Preview to be able to specify is [2 on 1] and [4 on 1] only.) Specify the page order layout on paper.
  • Page 177: Printing An Image Larger Than A4 (poster Printing)

    0F40-042 Printing an Image Larger than A4 (Poster Printing) You can enlarge and divide a single page image to print it out on multiple sheets of paper. You can make one large poster by joining these printouts together. Display the setting screen of the printer driver. "Displaying the Setting Screen"...
  • Page 178 For details on the basic printing procedure, see "Basic Printing Procedure." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 179: Adding A Watermark To A Document To Be Printed (watermark Printing)

    0F40-043 Adding a Watermark to a Document to Be Printed (Watermark Printing) You can superimpose watermarks (such as [COPY] and [DRAFT]) over the documents created by an application. Additionally, you can add new watermarks and edit or delete the added watermarks. Display the setting screen of the printer driver.
  • Page 180 Click [OK]. For details on the basic printing procedure, see "Basic Printing Procedure." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 181: Adding, Editing, Or Deleting A Watermark

    0F40-044 Adding, Editing, or Deleting a Watermark Display the [Edit Watermark] dialog box. (1) Display the [Page Setup] sheet. (2) Select the [Watermark] check box. (3) Click [Edit Watermark]. If you cannot select the [Watermark] check box "The Printer Driver Settings Cannot Be Changed"...
  • Page 182 When editing a watermark (1) Select a watermark you want to edit from [Watermark List]. (2) Edit the watermark. You cannot edit the default watermarks. For more details on each setting, see Help. "How to Use Help" When deleting a watermark (1) Select a watermark you want to delete from [Watermark List].
  • Page 183 Click [OK]. Then, the [Page Setup] sheet reappears. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 184: Printing Borders, The Printing Date, And So On

    0F40-045 Printing Borders, the Printing Date, and so on You can print a border, the date, and page numbers on the document to be printed. Display the setting screen of the printer driver. "Displaying the Setting Screen" Display the [Page Options] dialog box. (1) Display the [Page Setup] sheet.
  • Page 185 "How to Use Help" (2) Click [OK]. Then, the [Page Setup] sheet reappears. Click [OK]. For details on the basic printing procedure, see "Basic Printing Procedure." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 186: Printing A Color Document In Black And White

    0F40-046 Printing a Color Document in Black and White Color documents can be printed in black and white using only black toner. It is convenient if you use this option when printing a test page of color documents. Display the setting screen of the printer driver. "Displaying the Setting Screen"...
  • Page 187 : [Color] Click [OK]. For details on the basic printing procedure, see "Basic Printing Procedure." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 188: Combining Data Before Printing

    0F40-047 Combining Data before Printing You can combine two or more data into one. You can also change the settings for the combined print data and edit print data of different applications. You can also preview the print data. Display the setting screen of the printer driver from an application. "Displaying the Setting Screen"...
  • Page 189 The list of print data is displayed in the [Canon PageComposer] dialog box. NOTE To specify the setting to always display the [Canon PageComposer] dialog box when performing printing Set [Output Method] to [Edit and Preview] as a default value for printing preferences, and then select the [Lock] check box.
  • Page 190 When the following screen appears, read the contents, and then click [OK]. Perform the following procedure. (1) Enter the name of the combined print data. (2) Click [Combine]. Print the combined print data. (1) Select the combined print data. (2) Select [Print] from the [File] menu. Then the printer starts printing. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 191 Combined print data are not saved. After the combined print data is printed, the print data is deleted from Canon PageComposer. The print data is also deleted if Canon PageComposer is closed without printing the print data. For more details on Canon PageComposer See Help for Canon PageComposer.
  • Page 192: Changing The Output Method According To The Print Data Or Number Of Copies

    0F40-048 Changing the Output Method According to the Print Data or Number of Copies Printing with a Gutter Selecting the Paper Output Method Printing with the Page 180 Degrees Rotated Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 193: Printing With A Gutter

    0F40-049 Printing with a Gutter You can specify a gutter of 0 to 50 mm for the paper to be printed. Display the setting screen of the printer driver. "Displaying the Setting Screen" Specify the setting for [Binding Location]. (1) Display the [Finishing] sheet. (2) Select an edge on which the gutter is to be located.
  • Page 194 (1) Click [Gutter]. (2) Specify the gutter width. (3) Click [OK]. Then, the [Finishing] sheet reappears. If you cannot specify the setting "The Printer Driver Settings Cannot Be Changed" Click [OK]. For details on the basic printing procedure, see "Basic Printing Procedure."...
  • Page 195: Selecting The Paper Output Method

    0F40-04A Selecting the Paper Output Method You can select the paper output method before printing. <If you do not specify the paper output method> <If you collate the printouts> Printouts of a complete job are grouped. Printouts of a complete job are collated. Display the setting screen of the printer driver.
  • Page 196 Click [OK]. For details on the basic printing procedure, see "Basic Printing Procedure." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 197: Printing With The Page 180 Degrees Rotated

    0F40-04C Printing with the Page 180 Degrees Rotated You can print with the print data rotated 180 degrees when the orientation of the paper loaded in a paper source differs from the orientation of the document. This option is useful for printing envelopes and Index Card that can be fed only in specific orientations. Display the setting screen of the printer driver.
  • Page 198 Click [OK]. For details on the basic printing procedure, see "Basic Printing Procedure." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 199: Adjusting The Image Quality Or Colors

    0F40-04E Adjusting the Image Quality or Colors Performing Printing Appropriate for Particular Print Data Adjusting the Toner Density Printing with Brightness and Contrast Adjusted Adjusting the Color Matching the Color with the Screen Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 200: Performing Printing Appropriate For Particular Print Data

    0F40-04F Performing Printing Appropriate for Particular Print Data Selecting the appropriate mode for the contents of the document allows you to perform printing with appropriate setting. For example, if selecting [Vivid Photo] when printing a photo, the setting for printing preferences are changed to the optimum settings for printing photos.
  • Page 201: Adjusting The Toner Density

    0F40-04H Adjusting the Toner Density You can print with toner density adjusted. Display the setting screen of the printer driver. "Displaying the Setting Screen" Display the [Advanced Settings] dialog box. (1) Display the [Quality] sheet. (2) Click [Advanced Settings]. Display the [Toner Density Details] dialog box. (1) Select [Toner Density].
  • Page 202 Adjust the toner density. (1) Adjust the density by dragging the slider of each color horizontally. You can also adjust the toner density of each color for each density range. "Adjusting the Toner Density of Each Color for Each Density Range" (2) Click [OK].
  • Page 203: Adjusting The Toner Density Of Each Color For Each Density Range

    0F40-04J Adjusting the Toner Density of Each Color for Each Density Range Click [Fine Adjust Density]. Adjust the toner density of each color for each density range. (1) Display the sheet of the colors that you want to adjust. (2) Adjust the density by dragging the slider of each density range horizontally. (3) Click [OK].
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  • Page 205: Printing With Brightness And Contrast Adjusted

    0F40-04K Printing with Brightness and Contrast Adjusted You can print with the brightness and contrast adjusted. Display the setting screen of the printer driver. "Displaying the Setting Screen" Display the [Color Settings] dialog box. (1) Display the [Quality] sheet. (2) Select the [Manual Color Settings] check box. (3) Click [Color Settings].
  • Page 206 Click [OK]. Then, the [Quality] sheet reappears. Click [OK]. For details on the basic printing procedure, see "Basic Printing Procedure." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 207: Adjusting The Color

    0F40-04L Adjusting the Color You can perform color printing with the color adjusted. This section describes the procedure for adjusting the color when printing in the printer driver. Perform calibration when the colors have changed and the data is not printed in the correct colors (specified colors). "Adjusting Color (Calibration)"...
  • Page 208 (2) Adjust the colors by moving [Preview Image] at the center of the Adjustment Grid horizontally and vertically. When [Preview Image] is in the center, the image has not been adjusted. A sample image after adjustment is displayed in [Preview]. Move [Preview Image] by either of the following procedures.
  • Page 209: Matching The Color With The Screen

    0F40-04R Matching the Color with the Screen The methods for adjusting the color on the screen (RGB) and in the printer (YMC) are different. Therefore, color in a photo and so on viewed on the screen may not match that of the printout. Using the color matching function to correct color of a printout, you can adjust the color of the printout to more closely match the color you see on the screen.
  • Page 210 Using the color matching function, you can adjust the color of the printout to more closely match the color you see on the screen. Correcting Color by Adjusting Brightness (Gamma Adjustment) You can adjust the brightness of the printout results without spoiling the lightest parts and darkest parts of the image data.
  • Page 211 The profiles registered in your computer are displayed. About [Application Color Matching Priority] If the check box is cleared, you can prioritize the color matching process specified in the printer driver. If you want to prioritize the color matching in the application, select the check box. 3.
  • Page 212: Registering The Printing Preferences

    0F40-04S Registering the Printing Preferences Changing the Default Values for Printing Preferences Change the default values for printing preferences which apply to all data. For example, if you perform layout printing frequently, you do not need to change the settings each time you print by changing the default values for [Page Layout].
  • Page 213: Changing The Default Values For Printing Preferences

    0F40-04U Changing the Default Values for Printing Preferences This function is not supported for Macintosh. Open the printer folder. "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows" Right-click the icon for this printer, then select [Printing Preferences] from the pop-up menu. Change the printing preferences in the [Page Setup], [Finishing], [Paper Source], and [Quality] sheets. The settings changed here become the default values.
  • Page 214 changed. Confirm the settings, then click [OK]. The printer folder reappears. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 215: Saving Frequently Used Printing Preferences (adding/editing/deleting A "profile")

    0F40-04W Saving Frequently Used Printing Preferences (Adding/Editing/Deleting a "Profile") Adding a "Profile" Display the setting screen of the printer driver. "Displaying the Setting Screen" Specify the printing preferences in the [Page Setup], [Finishing], [Paper Source], and [Quality] sheets. The contents specified here is registered in "Profiles." For more details on the settings, see Help.
  • Page 216 Specify information about a "Profile." [Name] Enter the name for "Profiles." You can enter up to 31 characters. [Icon] You can select the icon for the "Profile." [Comment] Enter the comment for the "Profile." You can enter up to 255 characters. [View Settings] Display the [View Settings] dialog box.
  • Page 217 If you cannot click [Edit] ""Profiles" Cannot Be Selected or Edited" Edit information about a "Profile." For more details on the settings, see Help. "How to Use Help" Click [OK]. The setting screen of the printer driver reappears. Deleting an Added "Profile" Display the setting screen of the printer driver.
  • Page 218 Delete a "Profile." (1) Select a "Profile" you want to delete. (2) Click [Delete]. You cannot delete the default "Profiles" or a "Profile" which is being selected in the setting screen of the printer driver. (3) Click [Yes]. Click [OK]. The setting screen of the printer driver reappears.
  • Page 219: Selecting A "profile

    0F40-04X Selecting a "Profile" Display the setting screen of the printer driver. "Displaying the Setting Screen" Select a "Profile." If the printer name is changed, any added "Profiles" cannot be used. To use the added "Profile", change the printer name to its previous one. If you cannot select a "Profile"...
  • Page 220: Configuring The Network Settings (sharing The Printer)

    Changing the Network Settings for the Printer Checking the IP Address of the Printer Checking the MAC Address of the Printer Checking the Wireless LAN Information (LBP7110Cw Only) Configuring and Changing the Port If You Use the Printer in the Print Server Environment...
  • Page 221: Checking Your Printing Environment

    0F40-050 Checking Your Printing Environment When you share the printer with multiple computers, the setting procedure varies depending on your environment. If You Use the Printer by Direct Connection If You Use the Printer in the Print Server Environment <About the print server environment> If you set one of the computers on a network as the print server, you can manage the printer efficiently as follows.
  • Page 222: If You Use The Printer By Direct Connection

    Basic Network Settings Switching Between Wireless LAN and Wired LAN for the Connection (LBP7110Cw Only) Specifying the Connection Settings Setting a Port and Installing the Printer Driver...
  • Page 223 If you do not know which port you are using, see "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 224: Basic Network Settings

    If the settings are not completed, you cannot use the printer on the network. For details, see the instruction manual of your network device or contact the manufacturer. LBP7110Cw supports wireless LAN, but a wireless LAN connection cannot be used at the same time as a wired LAN connection.
  • Page 225: Switching Between Wireless Lan And Wired Lan For The Connection (lbp7110cw Only)

    0F40-053 Switching Between Wireless LAN and Wired LAN for the Connection (LBP7110Cw Only) The wired LAN connection is set by default. Switching from Wired LAN to Wireless LAN Perform the following procedure. 1. If the printer driver is installed, uninstall it.
  • Page 226: Specifying The Connection Settings

    0F40-054 Specifying the Connection Settings Use "MF/LBP Network Setup Tool" to specify the network connection settings. "Directly Starting the MF/LBP Network Setup Tool" For the system requirements of "MF/LBP Network Setup Tool," see "MF/LBP Network Setup Tool." When you install the printer driver using "Easy Installation," "MF/LBP Network Setup Tool" starts automatically. "Easy Installation"...
  • Page 227: Setting A Port And Installing The Printer Driver

    0F40-055 Setting a Port and Installing the Printer Driver The installation procedure varies depending on the operating system. See the appropriate procedure according to your operating system. Windows Vista, 7, and Server 2008 Windows XP and Server 2003 It is recommended that normally the printer driver be installed using "Easy Installation" on the supplied CD-ROM (CD- ROM Setup).
  • Page 228 Create a port. (1) Select [Create a new port]. (2) Select [Standard TCP/IP Port]. (3) Click [Next]. Enter the IP address or name of the printer. (1) Select [Autodetect] or [TCP/IP Device]. (2) Enter the IP address or name of the printer in [Hostname or IP address]. The DNS name to be registered on the DNS server (up to 78 characters) (3) Clear the [Query the printer and automatically select the driver to use] check box.
  • Page 229 If you are not sure about the value to be entered in [Hostname or IP address] The value to be entered varies depending on how the IP address of the printer was set. For more details, see "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows"...
  • Page 230 Open the folder in which the printer driver is included. For a 32-bit operating system Open the folders in the supplied CD-ROM: [English] - [32bit] - [Driver]. For a 64-bit operating system Open the folders in the supplied CD-ROM: [English] - [x64] - [Driver]. If you are not sure whether you are using a 32-bit operating system or 64-bit operating system "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows"...
  • Page 231 Specify the printer name. (1) Enter a new name if you want to change the printer name. When [Set as the default printer] is displayed, select whether or not to use the printer as the default printer. (Windows Vista and Server 2008) (2) Click [Next].
  • Page 232 When the following screen appears, select whether or not to share the printer. (1) Select whether or not to share the printer (whether or not to use the computer on which the printer driver is being installed as the print server). For details on the printer sharing (print server environment), see "If You Use the Printer in the Print Server Environment."...
  • Page 233 If you changed the IP address after installing the printer driver When you install the printer driver using this procedure, Standard TCP/IP Port is created. When you use Standard TCP/IP Port, if the IP address of the printer is changed, the port to be used with the printer driver should be changed.
  • Page 234 Specify the type of printer to be used. (1) Select [Local printer attached to this computer]. (2) Clear the [Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer] check box. (3) Click [Next]. Create a port. (1) Select [Create a new port]. (2) Select [Standard TCP/IP Port].
  • Page 235 Enter the IP address or name of the printer. (1) Enter the IP address or name of the printer in [Printer Name or IP Address]. The DNS name to be registered on the DNS server (up to 78 characters) (2) Click [Next]. If you are not sure about the value to be entered in [Printer Name or IP Address] The value to be entered varies depending on how the IP address of the printer was set.
  • Page 236 Click [Have Disk]. Insert the supplied CD-ROM "User Software" into the CD-ROM drive of your computer, and then click [Browse]. If CD-ROM Setup appears, click [Exit]. Open the folder in which the printer driver is included. For a 32-bit operating system Open the folders in the supplied CD-ROM: [English] - [32bit] - [Driver].
  • Page 237 (1) Select the INF file. (2) Click [Open]. Click [OK]. Click [Next]. Specify the printer name. (1) Enter a new name if you want to change the printer name. When the message <Do you want to use this printer as the default printer?> appears, select [Yes] or [No]. (2) Click [Next].
  • Page 238 Click [Next]. NOTE When sharing the printer (When using the computer on which the printer driver is being installed as the print server). For details on the printer sharing (print server environment), see "If You Use the Printer in the Print Server Environment."...
  • Page 239 Click [Finish]. The installation starts. Wait until the following screen disappears. When the following screen disappears, you can remove the CD-ROM. When the installation is complete, an icon for this printer will be created. "After Installation" If you want to change the network settings for the printer, see "Changing the Network Settings for the Printer."...
  • Page 240: Changing The Network Settings For The Printer

    0F40-056 Changing the Network Settings for the Printer Configuring the Protocol Settings IPv4 Settings IPv6 Settings Other Protocol Settings Specifying a Dedicated Port Specifying the Waiting Time Until Connected to the Network Specifying the Wired LAN Communication Mode and Transmission Speed NOTE When setting the items for the printer management (such as setting the manager password) "Managing the Printer"...
  • Page 241: Configuring The Protocol Settings

    0F40-057 Configuring the Protocol Settings Before specifying the settings, see "Attention (Protocol Settings)." Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration]. Display the [TCP/IP Settings] page. (1) Select [Network Settings]. (2) Click [TCP/IP Settings]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 242 Configure the protocol settings. The setting procedure varies depending on the settings. See the appropriate procedure according to settings. "IPv4 Settings" "IPv6 Settings" "Other Protocol Settings" Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 243: Attention (protocol Settings)

    0F40-058 Attention (Protocol Settings) When setting the IP address (IPv4) NOTE If you changed the IP address after installing the printer driver When you use MFNP Port, the port does not have to be changed because a new IP address is detected automatically when the printer and computer are on the same subnet.
  • Page 244 This is a fixed address that is entered manually. When Manual Address 0 to 1 specifying the IP address manually, you can specify the prefix length and default router address. The stateless address is specified automatically using the prefix (information indicating the network to which it belongs) Stateless Address 0 to 6 included in RA (Router Advertisement) transmitted by the...
  • Page 245: Ipv4 Settings

    0F40-059 IPv4 Settings For details on the procedure before displaying the [TCP/IP Settings] page (the procedure before Step 1), see "Configuring the Protocol Settings." Click [Edit] in [IPv4 Settings]. Set the IP address. When obtaining the IP address automatically Use DHCP, BOOTP, RARP, or Auto IP to obtain the IP address automatically. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 246 [Off] An IP address that uses RARP, BOOTP, or DHCP cannot be obtained automatically. [DHCP] Obtains an IP address using DHCP. (The DHCP server needs to be running.) [Select Protocol] [BOOTP] Obtains an IP address using BOOTP. (The BOOTP daemon needs to be running.) [RARP] Obtains an IP address using RARP.
  • Page 247 Enter the name of the domain to which the printer belongs. You can enter up to 47 single-byte alphanumeric characters. [Domain Name] Input Example: "example.com" [DNS Dynamic To use the DNS Dynamic Update function, select the check box. Update] [DNS Dynamic Specify the interval at which to perform the dynamic update.
  • Page 248 [Acquire Host To obtain the host name from the DHCP server, select the check box. Name] [DNS Dynamic To dynamically update the obtained host name, select the check box. Update] Click [OK]. Restart the printer. Turn the printer OFF, make sure that the Main Power indicator is off, wait for 10 seconds or longer, and then turn it ON again.
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  • Page 250: Ipv6 Settings

    0F40-05A IPv6 Settings Specify the IPv6 settings after specifying the IPv4 settings. For details on the procedure before selecting the settings (the procedure before Step 1), see "Configuring the Protocol Settings." Click [Edit] in [IPv6 Settings]. Select the [IPv6] check box. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 251 Specify the stateless address. Proceed to Step when not using a stateless address. [Stateless Address] To use a stateless address, select the check box. Specify the manual address. Proceed to Step when not using a manual address. [Manual Address] To use a manual address, select the check box. [IP Address] Enter the IP address of the printer.
  • Page 252 Address] IMPORTANT Addresses that cannot be entered in [IP Address] and [Default Router Address] Addresses that begin with "ff" (multicast address) "::1" (loopback address) Specify DHCPv6. Proceed to Step when not using DHCPv6. [Use DHCPv6] To use DHCPv6, select the check box. Specify the DNS.
  • Page 253 [Primary DNS Enter the IP address of the primary DNS server. Server Address] [Secondary DNS Enter the IP address of the secondary DNS server. Server Address] [Use IPv4 Host/Domain To use the same name as IPv4, select the check box. Names] Enter the host name to be added to the DNS server.
  • Page 254 [Use mDNS] To use mDNS settings, select the check box. [Use IPv4 name for To use the same name as IPv4, select the check box. mDNS] [mDNS Name] Enter the mDNS name when not selecting the [Use IPv4 name for mDNS] check box. Click [OK].
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  • Page 256: Other Protocol Settings

    0F40-05C Other Protocol Settings For details on the procedure before displaying the [TCP/IP Settings] page (the procedure before Step 1), see "Configuring the Protocol Settings." For details on the SSL settings, see "Setting the SSL Encrypted Communication Function." Click [Edit] for the option you want to specify. Specify each setting.
  • Page 257 [WINS Resolution] To use WINS resolution, select the check box. [WINS Server Enter the IP address of the WINS server. Address] Enter the scope ID. You can enter up to 63 single-byte alphanumeric characters. The scope ID is an identifier used to determine the scope for use of devices and the computer.
  • Page 258 [Use LPD Print] To use LPD printing, select the check box. Proceed to Step if you do not specify the settings for the other options. NetBIOS Settings (1) Specify the settings for NetBIOS. (2) Click [OK]. [NetBIOS Name] Enter the NetBIOS name of the printer. [Workgroup Name] Enter the workgroup to which the printer belongs.
  • Page 259 (1) Specify the settings for RAW printing. (2) Click [OK]. [Use RAW Print] To use RAW printing, select the check box. Proceed to Step if you do not specify the settings for the other options. WSD Settings To use the printer with a network connection, use MFNP Port or Standard TCP/IP Port to perform printing. (1) Specify the settings for WSD.
  • Page 260 To respond to search commands by multicast, select the check box. Discovery] Proceed to Step if you do not specify the settings for the other options. Multicast Discovery Settings (1) Specify the multicast discovery settings. (2) Click [OK]. [Respond to To allow a response to multicast discovery, select the check box.
  • Page 261 [LPD] Enter the LPD port number. [RAW] Enter the RAW port number. [HTTP] Enter the HTTP port number. [SNMP] Enter the SNMP port number. [WSD Multicast Discovery] Enter the WSD multicast discovery port number. [Multicast Discovery] Enter the multicast discovery (SLP) port number. Proceed to Step if you do not specify the settings for the other options.
  • Page 262 SNTP Settings (1) Specify the settings for SNTP. (2) Click [OK]. If you use the SNTP client function to obtain the time information from the NTP server (public time information server on the Internet), select the check box. When obtaining the time information from the NTP server, be sure to specify the correct [Use SNTP] time zone and daylight saving time settings.
  • Page 263 Clicking [Check NTP Server Connection] initiates communication with the NTP server specified in [NTP Server Name], and the communication result is shown in [NTP Server Connection Check Result] as follows. [OK] Able to successfully communicate with the NTP server Unable to communicate with the NTP server due to incorrect setting or communication [Error] error Proceed to Step...
  • Page 264: Specifying A Dedicated Port

    0F40-05E Specifying a Dedicated Port Specify the dedicated port settings to use when communicating with the computer. Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration]. Display the [Dedicated Port Settings] page. (1) Select [Network Settings].
  • Page 265 Click [Edit]. Specify the dedicated port settings. (1) Specify the dedicated port settings. (2) Click [OK]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 266 To enable a dedicated port, select the check box. If you do not use a dedicated port (the check box is cleared), the printer information [Enable Dedicated cannot be obtained when you use the printer driver or Printer Status Window with a Port] network connection.
  • Page 267: Specifying The Waiting Time Until Connected To The Network

    0F40-05F Specifying the Waiting Time Until Connected to the Network Specify the waiting time from when the printer is turned ON to when the printer is connected to the network. NOTE If the printer is connected to a switching hub Even if the network settings are correct, the printer may not be able to connect to the network.
  • Page 268 Click [Edit]. Specify the waiting time until connected to the network. (1) Specify the waiting time. (2) Click [OK]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 269 Enter the waiting time from when the printer is turned ON to when the printer is connected to [Waiting Time] the network. Restart the printer. Turn the printer OFF, make sure that the Main Power indicator is off, wait for 10 seconds or longer, and then turn it ON again.
  • Page 270: Specifying The Wired Lan Communication Mode And Transmission Speed

    0F40-05H Specifying the Wired LAN Communication Mode and Transmission Speed Specify the communication mode and transmission speed (Ethernet type) settings of wired LAN. Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration]. Display the [Ethernet Driver Settings] page.
  • Page 271 Click [Edit]. Specify the communication mode and transmission speed (Ethernet type) of wired LAN. (1) Specify the Ethernet driver settings. (2) Click [OK]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 272 When the communication mode and transmission speed are obtained automatically [Auto Detect] Select the check box. When the communication mode and transmission speed are obtained manually [Auto Detect] Clear the check box. Select the communication mode that corresponds to your network environment. [Half Duplex] [Communication Sending and receiving are alternated and are not performed at the same time.
  • Page 273: Checking The Ip Address Of The Printer

    0F40-05J Checking the IP Address of the Printer This section describes the procedure for checking the IP address of IPv4 using the Go key on the printer to print the "User Data List." You can also print and check Network Status Print from the Printer Status Window. To check the IP address of IPv6, use Network Status Print.
  • Page 274: Checking The Mac Address Of The Printer

    When checking the MAC address of the wired LAN [Settings/Registration] - [Network Settings] - [Ethernet Driver Settings] page When checking the MAC address of the wireless LAN (LBP7110Cw Only) [Settings/Registration] - [Network Settings] - [Wireless LAN Settings] page Print the "User Data List."...
  • Page 275: Checking The Wireless Lan Information (lbp7110cw Only)

    0F40-05L Checking the Wireless LAN Information (LBP7110Cw Only) This section describes the procedure for checking the wireless LAN information using the Remote UI. You can also use the following procedure to check the wireless LAN information. Printing Network Status Print from the Printer Status Window "Checking the Printer...
  • Page 276 Check the wireless LAN information. [MAC Address] Displays the MAC address of the printer (wireless LAN). [Wireless LAN Displays the connection status (signal strength) of the wireless LAN. Status] [Latest Error Displays the latest error information when the wireless LAN connection fails. Information] [Channel] Displays the wireless LAN channel that is being used.
  • Page 277 [WPA/WPA2-PSK Displays the WPA/WPA2-PSK setting. Settings] [WEP Settings] Displays the WEP setting. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 278: Configuring And Changing The Port

    0F40-05R Configuring and Changing the Port Use the following procedure to manually configure and change the port. To change the port configuration (printing protocol), see "Changing the Port Configuration." Open the printer folder. "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows" Right-click the icon for this printer, and then select [Printer properties] or [Properties] from the pop- up menu.
  • Page 279 Select the port type. (1) Select [Canon MFNP Port] or [Standard TCP/IP Port]. (2) Click [New Port]. The port that can automatically detect the IP address of the printer. Even if the IP address of the printer changes, the port does not have to be changed because a new IP address is detected automatically when the printer and computer are on the same subnet.
  • Page 280 If you are not sure about the IP address or MAC address of the printer, see "Checking the IP Address of the Printer" or "Checking the MAC Address of the Printer." 2. Click [Next]. 3. Click [Add]. 4. Click [Finish]. 5.
  • Page 281 2. Enter the IP address or name of the printer. (1) Enter the new IP address or name of the printer. The DNS name to be registered on the DNS server (up to 78 characters) (2) Click [Next]. If you are not sure about the value to be entered in [Printer Name or IP Address] The value to be entered varies depending on how the IP address of the printer was set.
  • Page 282 Click [Close]. Click [Apply]. Click [OK]. NOTE Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 283 When changing the port configuration (printing protocol) "Changing the Port Configuration" When deleting an unnecessary port Select the port you want to delete on the [Ports] sheet, and then click [Delete Port]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 284: Changing The Port Configuration

    0F40-05S Changing the Port Configuration Use the following procedure to change the port configuration (printing protocol). Open the printer folder. "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows" Right-click the icon for this printer, and then select [Printer properties] or [Properties] from the pop- up menu.
  • Page 285 (1) Configure the printing protocol settings. (2) Click [OK]. For MFNP Port [Protocol Type] Select the printing protocol (RAW or LPR). Enter the port number of the printing protocol [Port Number] configured on the printer. For Standard TCP/IP Port [Protocol] Select the printing protocol (RAW or LPR).
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  • Page 287: If You Use The Printer In The Print Server Environment

    0F40-05U If You Use the Printer in the Print Server Environment If you use the printer in the print server environment, you can perform printing from other computers (clients) that are not directly connected to this printer. The computer directly connected to the printer is called "print server", and the other computers which use the printer via the print server are called "clients."...
  • Page 288 "Installing from the Printer Folder" "Installing from [Windows Explorer]" NOTE Precautions when downloading and installing the printer driver If a 64-bit operating system is running on the print server, the download installation for a client computer on which any of the following 32-bit operating systems is running is not supported due to the Windows restriction.
  • Page 289: Configuring The Print Server

    0F40-05W Configuring the Print Server Before configuring the print server, check the settings of your network environment. "Checking the Settings of Your Network" Open the printer folder. "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows" Display the [Sharing] sheet. Right-click the icon for this printer, and then select [Sharing] from the pop-up menu. 1.
  • Page 290 If the [User Account Control] dialog box appears, click [Continue]. Next, install the additional driver using the following procedure. Insert the supplied CD-ROM "User Software" into the CD-ROM drive of your computer, and then click [Additional Drivers]. If CD-ROM Setup appears, click [Exit]. NOTE When updating an additional driver (replacement driver) Perform the following procedure.
  • Page 291 (2) Click [OK]. Select the additional driver as follows according to the operating system on the print server. Print Server Additional Driver to Be Selected 32-bit operating system Select the [x64] check box. 64-bit operating system Select the check box for [Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003] in the [Version] column.
  • Page 292 (1) Select the INF file. (2) Click [Open]. Click [OK] to start the installation of the additional driver. Wait a moment until the [Sharing] sheet automatically reappears. (It may take a long time to install the additional driver.) If the [User Account Control] dialog box appears Click [Yes].
  • Page 293 [State] or the printer icon change to those for the sharing settings. IMPORTANT To clear the printer sharing settings Clear it using the following procedure. Select [Do not share this printer] in the [Sharing] sheet. Clear the [Share this printer] check box in the [Sharing] sheet. If [Change sharing options] appears, click [Change sharing options].
  • Page 294: Checking The Settings Of Your Network

    0F40-05X Checking the Settings of Your Network Before configuring the print server, check the settings of your network environment using the following procedure. Perform the following procedure. connections]. From the [Start] menu, select [Control Panel], double-click [Network and Sharing Center], and then click [Manage network connections].
  • Page 295 Make sure that [File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks] is selected. (1) Make sure that the [File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks] check box is selected. (If the check box is not selected, select it.) (2) Click [OK]. NOTE If you are using Windows XP You cannot configure the print server with the operating system default settings (the settings immediately after...
  • Page 296: Installation On Clients

    0F40-05Y Installation on Clients There are two ways to install the printer driver on client computers: Local installation and download installation. Local Installation You can install the printer driver using the supplied CD-ROM. The e-Manual is also installed simultaneously when selecting "Easy Installation."...
  • Page 297: Installing From The Printer Folder

    0F40-060 Installing from the Printer Folder The procedure for installing the printer driver from the printer folder varies depending on your operating system. See the following according to your operating system. Windows Vista, 7, and Server 2008 Windows XP and Server 2003 Windows Vista, 7, and Server 2008 Turn the computer on, and then log on to Windows.
  • Page 298 Click [The printer that I want isn't listed]. Perform the following procedure. (1) Select [Select a shared printer by name]. (2) Click [Next]. Select a shared printer. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 299 (1) Select a shared printer on the print server. (2) Click [Select]. NOTE Specifying the network path directly Specify the network path as "\\the print server name (the computer name of the print server)\the printer name." Click [Install driver]. If the [User Account Control] dialog box appears Click [Yes] or [Continue].
  • Page 300 Click [Finish]. If you want to print a test page, click [Print a test page]. When [Set as the default printer] is displayed, select whether or not to use the printer as the default printer. (Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2) Windows XP and Server 2003 Turn the computer on, and then log on to Windows.
  • Page 301 Click [Next]. Select a printer type. (1) Select [A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer]. (2) Click [Next]. Perform the following procedure. (1) Select [Connect to this printer]. (2) Click [Next]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 302 Select a shared printer. (1) Select a shared printer on the print server. (2) Click [Next]. If the [Connect to Printer] dialog box appears Follow the directions in the message. NOTE Specifying the network path directly Specify the network path as "\\the print server name (the computer name of the print server)\the printer name." When the following screen appears, select whether or not to use this printer as the default printer.
  • Page 303 Click [Finish]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 304: Installing From [windows Explorer]

    0F40-061 Installing from [Windows Explorer] Turn the computer on, and then log on to Windows. Display [Windows Explorer]. Perform the following procedure. (1) Select the print server from [My Network Places] or [Network]. (2) Double-click the shared printer icon or drag and drop the icon into the printer folder. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the printer driver.
  • Page 305: Managing The Printer

    0F40-062 Managing the Printer Software That Can Be Used for Managing the Printer Remote UI MF/LBP Network Setup Tool Managing Print Jobs Checking the Printer Settings Printing the "User Data List" Specifying the System Manager Information Specifying the Device Name and Installation Location Specifying the Time Zone and Daylight Saving Time Settings of the Printer Initializing the System Settings Initializing Using the Remote UI...
  • Page 306: Software That Can Be Used For Managing The Printer

    0F40-063 Software That Can Be Used for Managing the Printer You can manage the printer using the following software. Because the items you can manage differ depending on the software, use each software according to your environment or the item you want to manage. : Can be managed : Cannot be managed : Can be managed partly...
  • Page 307: Remote Ui

    0F40-064 Remote UI The Remote UI allows you to manage the printer using a Web browser. <Features of the Remote UI> No specific software is needed. You can operate the Remote UI in a Web browser. You do not need specific software to operate the Remote UI. You can manage the printer from a remote location.
  • Page 308: Starting The Remote Ui

    0F40-065 Starting the Remote UI There are the following two ways to start the Remote UI. Starting the Remote UI from the Printer Status Window Starting the Remote UI Directly from a Web Browser Before starting the Remote UI, see "Attention (Remote UI)."...
  • Page 309: From A Web Browser

    Select this mode when logging in as manager. [Management You can perform all operations and specify all settings of the Remote UI. Mode] When selecting [Management Mode], enter the PIN. [System If the PIN is not specified, you do not need to enter it. Manager PIN] "Specifying the System Manager Information"...
  • Page 310 If the Remote UI does not start Check the following points. The printer and computer are connected properly via a network. The printer is turned ON. The IP address or ["host name"."domain name"] is entered correctly. Log in to the Remote UI. (1) Select the login mode.
  • Page 311: Attention (remote Ui)

    0F40-066 Attention (Remote UI) NOTE When using SSL encrypted communication To use SSL encrypted communication, a key and certificate must be created, and the key must be registered as the default key. For details on the SSL encryption communication function and the procedure for registering a key, see "Setting the SSL Encrypted Communication Function"...
  • Page 312: Screen Layout Of The Remote Ui

    0F40-067 Screen Layout of the Remote UI Portal page The following screen displayed when you log in to the Remote UI is called the "portal page." (1) Updates the information in the currently displayed page to the latest one. (2) Displays the current status of the printer and error information. Displays the link to the error information when an error occurs.
  • Page 313 (1) Display the following pages. You can display and cancel jobs that are currently being printed and waiting to be [Job Status] page printed. "Managing Print Jobs" Displays the job history. [Job History] page "Managing Print Jobs" Displays the error information of the printer. [Error Information] You can also click messages displayed in [Error Information] on the portal page...
  • Page 314 Displays/changes the information about the network settings, such as the protocol settings. "Changing the Network Settings for the Printer" [Network Settings] "Checking the Wireless LAN Information (LBP7110Cw Only)" page "Monitoring/Controlling Devices by SNMP (SNMP Settings)" "Setting the SSL Encrypted Communication Function"...
  • Page 315: Displaying Or Changing The Support Link

    0F40-068 Displaying or Changing the Support Link With the Remote UI, you can specify the link to the site that provides information about the printer support, and you can access the site from the Remote UI as needed. If you logged in as Management Mode, you can change the link settings. Displaying the Support Link Start the Remote UI, and then log in.
  • Page 316 Click [Settings/Registration]. Display the [Edit System Settings] page. (1) Select [System Settings]. (2) Click [Edit]. Change the link. (1) Enter the URL of the link in [Support Link] in [Device Information]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
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  • Page 318: Changing The Display Language Of The Remote Ui

    0F40-069 Changing the Display Language of the Remote UI If you logged in as Management Mode, you can change the displayed language of the Remote UI. Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration].
  • Page 319 Change the display language. (1) Select a display language. (2) Click [OK]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 320: Mf/lbp Network Setup Tool

    0F40-06A MF/LBP Network Setup Tool You can use "MF/LBP Network Setup Tool" to initialize the network settings. <Features of "MF/LBP Network Setup Tool"> Easily navigating the setting procedures You can easily navigate the setting procedures by using the graphical displays of the wizard. No installation is required "MF/LBP Network Setup Tool"...
  • Page 321 Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions Windows Server 2008 (32-bit or 64-bit version) For details on the latest "MF/LBP Network Setup Tool," see the Canon Web site (http://www.canon.com/). Computer A computer on which any one of the above operating systems can run...
  • Page 322: Directly Starting The Mf/lbp Network Setup Tool

    0F40-06C Directly Starting the MF/LBP Network Setup Tool Turn the computer on, and then log on to Windows as a user with administrative rights. Insert the supplied CD-ROM "User Software" into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. Click [Additional Software Programs]. If the above screen does not appear "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows"...
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  • Page 324: Managing Print Jobs

    0F40-06E Managing Print Jobs Using the Remote UI, you can check/cancel the jobs currently being printed or waiting to be printed, or you can check print logs. You can also cancel print jobs using a method other than the Remote UI. "Canceling a Job"...
  • Page 325 To cancel a job, click [Cancel] for the job you want to cancel. If you cannot cancel a job You cannot cancel the job whose pages are in the process of printing. Checking Print Logs Start the Remote UI, and then log in. "Starting the Remote UI"...
  • Page 326 Click [Status Monitor/Cancel]. Select [Job History]. NOTE Print logs Up to 50 jobs can be displayed. When the number of jobs exceeds 50, the print logs are automatically deleted starting from the oldest one. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 327: Checking The Printer Settings

    0F40-06F Checking the Printer Settings You can check the printer status, network settings, and so on by printing Status Print. Status Print is designed to be printed on A4 paper. Be sure to use A4 paper. You can also check the network settings and so on using the following procedure. Printing the "User Data List"...
  • Page 328 If Status Print is not printed "Printing Cannot Be Performed (USB Connection)" "Printing Cannot Be Performed (Wired LAN Connection)" "Printing Cannot Be Performed (Wireless LAN Connection) (LBP7110Cw Only)" "Printing Cannot Be Performed (via the Print Server)" Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 329: Printing The "user Data List

    0F40-06H Printing the "User Data List" You can check the network settings and so on by printing the "User Data List." The "User Data List" is designed to be printed on A4 paper. Be sure to use A4 paper. Load A4 paper in the paper drawer. "Loading Paper"...
  • Page 330: Specifying The System Manager Information

    0F40-06J Specifying the System Manager Information Specify the manager password (PIN) and manager information of the printer. Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration]. Display the [Edit System Settings] page. (1) Select [System Settings].
  • Page 331 Specify the system manager information. (1) Specify the manager password (PIN) and manager information of the printer. (2) Click [OK]. [Set/Change PIN] To specify a PIN, select the check box. [PIN] Enter a new desired PIN. [Confirm] To confirm the PIN, enter the PIN again. [System Manager] Enter the name of the system manager.
  • Page 332 NOTE Setting the PIN You can set up to a 7-digit number. If you enter less than 7 digits <Example>: If you enter a number beginning with "0" <Example>: You cannot register a PIN consisting of a series of zeros, such as "00." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 333: Specifying The Device Name And Installation Location

    0F40-06K Specifying the Device Name and Installation Location Specify the printer name, installation location, and so on. Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration]. Display the [Edit System Settings] page. (1) Select [System Settings].
  • Page 334 Specify the device information. (1) Specify the printer name, installation location, and so on. (2) Click [OK]. [Device Name] Enter the printer name. [Location] Enter the installation location of the printer. Enter the URL of the link of the support link. [Support Link] For details on the support link, see "Displaying or Changing the Support...
  • Page 335: Specifying The Time Zone And Daylight Saving Time Settings Of The Printer

    0F40-06L Specifying the Time Zone and Daylight Saving Time Settings of the Printer Specify the time zone of the region where the printer is being used and whether to use daylight saving time. The standard time for each region is shown as the time difference (up to ± 12 hours) from the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
  • Page 336 Specify the time zone and daylight saving time settings. (1) Specify the time zone of the region where the printer is being used and whether to use daylight saving time. (2) Click [OK]. Select the time zone of the region where the printer is being used. [Time Zone For the time zone, select the time difference from the Coordinated Universal Time Settings]...
  • Page 337: Initializing The System Settings

    0F40-06R Initializing the System Settings You can initialize (reset to the default values) the following setting information using the Remote UI or the reset button. System Manager Information Device Information Security Settings Network Settings When you use the reset button, [System Manager] is not initialized. When you use the reset button, [Device Name] and [Location] are not initialized.
  • Page 338: Initializing Using The Remote Ui

    0F40-06S Initializing Using the Remote UI You can initialize (reset to the default values) the following setting information individually or all at once. System Manager Information Device Information Security Settings Network Settings Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI"...
  • Page 339 Initialize the system settings. (1) Select the setting information to initialize. (2) Click [Initialize]. Clicking [OK] initializes the selected setting information. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 340 Restart the printer after initializing the network settings. Turn the printer OFF, make sure that the Main Power indicator is off, wait for 10 seconds or longer, and then turn it ON again. After the printer is restarted, the initialization is complete. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 341: Initializing Using The Reset Button

    0F40-06U Initializing Using the Reset Button You can initialize (reset to the default values) the following setting information all at once. System Manager Information Device Information Security Settings Network Settings [System Manager] is not initialized. [Device Name] and [Location] are not initialized. Turn the printer OFF.
  • Page 342: Security Settings

    0F40-06W Security Settings Restricting the Users Who Can Print and Specify Settings Monitoring/Controlling Devices by SNMP (SNMP Settings) Specifying Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates Creating Keys and Certificates Installing Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates Checking Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates Deleting Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates Setting the SSL Encrypted Communication Function Setting IEEE 802.1X Authentication Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 343: Restricting The Users Who Can Print And Specify Settings

    0F40-06X Restricting the Users Who Can Print and Specify Settings You can restrict the users who can print and specify settings (the users who can send/receive data) based on their IP addresses and MAC addresses. Restricting Based on IP Addresses Restricting Based on MAC Addresses NOTE If restricted users try to print...
  • Page 344 Click [Edit] in the filter which you want to specify. [IPv4 Address: TX Filter] Restricts data transmission from the printer based on the specified IPv4 addresses. [IPv4 Address: RX Filter] Restricts data reception to the printer based on the specified IPv4 addresses. [IPv6 Address: TX Filter] Restricts data transmission from the printer based on the specified IPv6 addresses.
  • Page 345 Select [Default Policy]. Restricts data transmission to or data reception from IP addresses other than those specified in [Exception Addresses]. [Reject] (Only the IP addresses specified in [Exception Addresses] are available for transmission or reception.) Allows data transmission to or data reception from IP addresses other than those specified in [Exception Addresses].
  • Page 346 (2) Click [Add]. <Method for entering IPv4 addresses> Specification Input Method Input Example Method Single Address Enter the IP address, with the numbers separated by periods (.). 192.168.0.10 To enter the IP addresses of consecutive numbers, place a hyphen (-) between the address of the smallest number and that of the largest number.
  • Page 347 Up to 16 addresses (or 16 ranges of addresses) can be specified for the single address, multiple addresses, and prefix address combined. An address consisting of only zeros cannot be specified. NOTE When deleting a set IP address (1) Select an IP address you want to delete. (2) Click [Delete].
  • Page 348 Restart the printer. Turn the printer OFF, make sure that the Main Power indicator is off, wait for 10 seconds or longer, and then turn it ON again. After the printer is restarted, the settings become effective. Restricting Based on MAC Addresses Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode.
  • Page 349 (2) Click [MAC Address Filter]. Click [Edit] in the filter which you want to specify. [TX Filter] Restricts data transmission from the printer. [RX Filter] Restricts data reception to the printer. (The following describes the procedure for the [TX Filter] screen as an example.) Select the [Use Filter] check box.
  • Page 350 Select [Default Policy]. Restricts data transmission to or data reception from MAC addresses other than those specified in [Exception Addresses]. [Reject] (Only the MAC addresses specified in [Exception Addresses] are available for transmission or reception.) Allows data transmission to or data reception from MAC addresses other than those specified in [Exception Addresses].
  • Page 351 network by initializing the system settings using the reset button on the printer. "Initializing Using the Reset Button" Specify the exception MAC address for [Default Policy]. (1) Enter the exception MAC address for the policy selected in [Default Policy] at Step 6. Enter the MAC address without the hyphens (-), for example, AABBCCDDEEFF.
  • Page 352 Click [OK]. Restart the printer. Turn the printer OFF, make sure that the Main Power indicator is off, wait for 10 seconds or longer, and then turn it ON again. After the printer is restarted, the settings become effective. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
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  • Page 354: Monitoring/controlling Devices By Snmp (snmp Settings)

    0F40-06Y Monitoring/Controlling Devices by SNMP (SNMP Settings) You can monitor and control the printer by using SNMP support devices such as computers connected to networks. This printer supports SNMPv1, and SNMPv3 with enhanced security and authentication features. Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI"...
  • Page 355 Click [Edit]. Configure the SNMPv1 protocol. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 356 [Use SNMPv1] Select the check box to use the SNMPv1 protocol. [Community Specify an SNMPv1 community name. You can enter up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric Name 1] characters. The default value is [public]. Specify the MIB access authority of [Community Name 1]. When both reading and writing are permitted, you can access the printer from a computer on the network and change settings.
  • Page 357 [Use SNMPv3] Select the check box to use the SNMPv3 protocol. [User Settings 1]/[User Settings 2]/[User Settings 3] Select the check box if you want to register/edit user information or enable the registered user [Enable User] information. Enter the user name to be used for the SNMPv3 protocol. You can enter up to 32 single-byte [User Name] alphanumeric characters.
  • Page 358 [Authentication SHA1 is used. Algorithm] To set or change the authentication password Select the [Set/Change Password] check box, and then enter the password to [Authentication Password] and [Confirm]. You can enter 6 to 16 single-byte alphanumeric characters. Select the encryption algorithm. [DES] DES is used.
  • Page 359 Restart the printer. Turn the printer OFF, make sure that the Main Power indicator is off, wait for 10 seconds or longer, and then turn it ON again. After the printer is restarted, the settings become effective. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 360: Specifying Keys And Certificates/ca Certificates

    0F40-070 Specifying Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates You need to register keys and certificates to use SSL encrypted communication. You need to register keys and certificates or CA certificates to perform IEEE 802.1X authentication. The procedure for registering keys and certificates/CA certificates varies depending on the system environment. See the registration procedure according to your environment.
  • Page 361: Creating Keys And Certificates

    0F40-071 Creating Keys and Certificates Create a key and server certificate (self-signed certificate) on the printer. Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration]. Display the [Key and Certificate Settings] page. (1) Select [Security Settings].
  • Page 362 Click [Generate Key]. Specify a key to be created. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 363 Specify the name of the encryption key. You can enter up to 24 single-byte alphanumeric [Key Name] characters. [Signature Algorithm] Select the signature algorithm. [Key Algorithm] Select the key algorithm. NOTE About the key generation algorithm The algorithm for generating a new key on this printer is RSA. About the key length As the key is longer, it is more difficult to decrypt the encrypted key, but the processing speed of encryption and decryption drops.
  • Page 364 Specify the date on which the validity of the certificate starts. Enter the date (January 1, 2000 [Validity Start Date] to December 31, 2037). Specify the date on which the validity of the certificate ends. Enter the date (January 1, 2000 to [Validity End Date] December 31, 2037).
  • Page 365: Installing Keys And Certificates/ca Certificates

    0F40-072 Installing Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates Install keys and certificates (PKCS#12 format) or CA certificates (X.509 format) saved in a computer on the printer. One CA certificate is pre-installed in the printer by default. Installing Keys and Certificates Installing CA Certificates Installing Keys and Certificates Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode.
  • Page 366 Click [Register Key and Certificate]. Click [Install]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 367 IMPORTANT About the number of key and certificate files that can be installed Only one file can be installed. If a key and certificate file is already installed, click [Delete], and then delete the installed file. Click [Browse], and then select a key and certificate file to install. Click [Start Installation].
  • Page 368 Click [Register]. Enter the private key password of the installed key and certificate file. (1) Enter [Key Name] and [Password]. Up to 24 alphanumeric characters can be entered. (2) Click [OK]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 369 Installing CA Certificates Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration]. Display the [CA Certificate Settings] page. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 370 (1) Select [Security Settings]. (2) Click [CA Certificate Settings]. Click [Register CA Certificate]. Click [Install]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 371 IMPORTANT About the number of CA certificate files that can be installed Only one file can be installed. If a CA certificate file is already installed, click [Delete], and then delete the installed file. Click [Browse], and then select a CA certificate file to install. Click [Start Installation].
  • Page 372 Click [Register]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 373: Checking Keys And Certificates/ca Certificates

    0F40-073 Checking Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates You can check contents of keys and certificates or CA certificates, and verify whether the certificate is correctly registered. Checking Keys and Certificates Checking CA Certificates Checking Keys and Certificates Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI"...
  • Page 374 Click [ ] (Certificate) of the key which you want to check. If you want to verify the certificate, click [Certificate Verification]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 375 Check the verification result, and then click [Back to Certificate Details]. Checking CA Certificates Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 376 Display the [CA Certificate Settings] page. (1) Select [Security Settings]. (2) Click [CA Certificate Settings]. Click [ ] (Certificate) of the CA certificate which you want to check. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 377 If you want to verify the certificate, click [Certificate Verification]. Check the verification result, and then click [Back to Certificate Details]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
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  • Page 379: Deleting Keys And Certificates/ca Certificates

    0F40-074 Deleting Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates Delete created or installed (registered) keys and certificates/CA certificates. Deleting Keys and Certificates Deleting CA Certificates NOTE About initialization of keys and certificates/CA certificates You can reset the keys and certificates as well as CA certificates to the default state. "Initializing Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates"...
  • Page 380 Click [Delete] for the key and certificate which you want to delete. [Delete] is not displayed. [Delete] is not displayed for the keys and certificates which are used in SSL encrypted communication or IEEE 802.1X authentication. Click [OK] to delete the key and certificate. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 381 Deleting CA Certificates Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI" Click [Settings/Registration]. Display the [CA Certificate Settings] page. (1) Select [Security Settings]. (2) Click [CA Certificate Settings]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 382 Click [Delete] for the CA certificate which you want to delete. [Delete] is not displayed. [Delete] is not displayed for the CA certificates which are used in IEEE 802.1X authentication. Click [OK] to delete the CA certificate. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 383: Initializing Keys And Certificates/ca Certificates

    0F40-075 Initializing Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates Reset the key and certificate/CA certificate to the following default values. Key and certificate None (all have been deleted) CA certificate 1 (CA certificate pre-installed by default) IMPORTANT About SSL encrypted communication and IEEE 802.1X authentication after initialization Initializing the key and certificate/CA certificate sets the following items to off.
  • Page 384 Click [Initialize]. Click [OK] to initialize the key and certificate/CA certificate. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 385: Setting The Ssl Encrypted Communication Function

    0F40-076 Setting the SSL Encrypted Communication Function Specify the settings for using the SSL encrypted communication function in this printer. Before specifying the settings, see "Attention (SSL Encrypted Communication)." Selecting Keys and Certificates Enabling the SSL encrypted communication function Selecting Keys and Certificates Select the key and certificate to be used for the SSL encrypted communication function.
  • Page 386 Click [Key and Certificate] in [SSL Settings]. Specify a key and certificate to be used for SSL encrypted communication. (1) Select the key to use from a list of registered keys and certificates. When you click [ ] (Certificate), you can check and verify detailed information of certificates. "Checking Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates"...
  • Page 387 Enabling the SSL encrypted communication function Specify the settings to enable the SSL encrypted communication function to be used, for example, when you use the remote UI. Display the [Remote UI Settings] page. (1) Select [Security Settings]. (2) Click [Remote UI Settings]. Click [Edit].
  • Page 388 Enable the SSL encrypted communication function. (1) Select the [Use SSL] check box. Clearing the check box disables the SSL encrypted communication function. (2) Click [OK]. Restart the printer. Turn the printer OFF, make sure that the Main Power indicator is off, wait for 10 seconds or longer, and then turn it ON again.
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  • Page 390: Attention (ssl Encrypted Communication)

    0F40-077 Attention (SSL Encrypted Communication) IMPORTANT When using the SSL encrypted communication function Specify the time information for the printer. You can obtain the time information using either of the following methods. Notifying the printer of the time information using the NTP server (Specifying SNTP) "Other Protocol Settings"...
  • Page 391: Setting Ieee 802.1x Authentication

    0F40-078 Setting IEEE 802.1X Authentication Specify various protocols (TLS, TTLS, or PEAP) for IEEE 802.1X authentication. Before specifying the settings, see "Attention (IEEE 802.1X Authentication)." Setting TLS Authentication Information Setting TTLS/PEAP Authentication Information Setting TLS Authentication Information Specify authentication information for using TLS during IEEE 802.1X authentication. IMPORTANT To specify TLS authentication You need to specify keys and their certificates or CA certificates to be used for authentication.
  • Page 392 (2) Click [IEEE 802.1X Settings]. Click [Edit]. Select the [Use IEEE 802.1X] check box. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 393 Enter a login name. Select the [Use TLS] check box. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 394 Click [Key and Certificate]. Specify keys and certificates to be used for authentication. (1) Select the key to use from a list of registered keys and certificates. When you click [ ] (Certificate), you can check and verify detailed information of certificates. "Checking Keys and Certificates/CA Certificates"...
  • Page 395 Click [OK]. Restart the printer. Turn the printer OFF, make sure that the Main Power indicator is off, wait for 10 seconds or longer, and then turn it ON again. After the printer is restarted, the settings become effective. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 396 Setting TTLS/PEAP Authentication Information Specify authentication information for using TTLS or PEAP during IEEE 802.1X authentication. IMPORTANT To specify TTLS/PEAP authentication You need to specify the SSL encrypted communication function. "Setting the SSL Encrypted Communication Function" Start the Remote UI, and then log in as Management Mode. "Starting the Remote UI"...
  • Page 397 Click [Edit]. Select the [Use IEEE 802.1X] check box. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 398 Enter a login name. Select the [Use TTLS] or [Use PEAP] check box. To use TTLS, select the TTLS internal protocol ([MSCHAPv2] or [PAP]). Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 399 Click [Change User Name/Password]. To use the login name entered to the user name at Step 6, select the [Use Login Name as User Name] check box. Specify the user name and the password. (1) Enter a user name and a password. (2) Click [OK].
  • Page 400 [User Name] Enter a user name. You can enter up to 24 single-byte alphanumeric characters. [Change Password] Select the check box when changing the password. [Password] Enter a password. You can enter up to 24 single-byte alphanumeric characters. [Confirm] To confirm the [Password] you entered, enter it again. Click [OK].
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  • Page 402: Attention (ieee 802.1x Authentication)

    0F40-079 Attention (IEEE 802.1X Authentication) IMPORTANT Conditions for using IEEE 802.1X authentication In this printer, IEEE 802.1X authentication is available only in wired LAN environments. To use IEEE 802.1X authentication, you need an authentication server (RADIUS Server). When using IEEE 802.1X authentication Specify the time information for the printer.
  • Page 403: Troubleshooting

    0F40-07A Troubleshooting Printer Unit Problems Printing Cannot Be Performed The Printer Pauses during Printing, and then Printing Repeatedly Starts and Stops You Cannot Turn the Printer ON All the Indicators on the Network Interface Are Off Driver Problems You Cannot Install the Printer Driver You Cannot Uninstall the Printer Driver The Printer Driver Settings Cannot Be Changed "Profiles"...
  • Page 404: Printing Cannot Be Performed

    (USB Connection)" If the printer is connected by wired LAN "Printing Cannot Be Performed (Wired LAN Connection)" If the printer is connected by wireless LAN (LBP7110Cw Only) "Printing Cannot Be Performed (Wireless LAN Connection) (LBP7110Cw Only)" If You Are Using the Printer via the Print Server "Printing Cannot Be Performed (via the Print...
  • Page 405: Printing Cannot Be Performed (usb Connection)

    0F40-07E Printing Cannot Be Performed (USB Connection) If you cannot print when the printer is connected to the computer by a USB cable, check the problem following the questions below. <Question 1> Is the printer turned ON? (Is the Main Power indicator on?) To <Question 2>...
  • Page 406 Try the following point. If you are using a hub, connect the printer to the computer directly. If you are using a long USB cable, replace it with the short one. Connected If you have another USB cable, use it. If printing is not performed, proceed to <Question 4>.
  • Page 407 <Question 9> Uninstall the USB class driver, and then install the printer driver again. "Uninstalling the USB Class Driver" "Uninstalling the Printer Driver" "Installing the Printer Driver" If printing does not work, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 408: Printing Cannot Be Performed (wired Lan Connection)

    (4) The (Load Paper) indicator "Indicators on the Printer Are On/Blinking" is blinking. (5) The (Paper Jam) indicator is blinking. (6) The (Go) indicator is blinking. <Question 3> Is the printer's (Wi-Fi) indicator on? (LBP7110Cw Only) Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 409 The printer is connected by wireless LAN. Change to a wired LAN connection. "Switching Between Wireless LAN and Wired LAN for the Connection (LBP7110Cw Only)" To <Question 4> <Question 4> Can the computer connect to the Internet? Can connect To <Question 5>...
  • Page 410 Connect the cable properly. Unconnected "Connecting the Printer and Computer" <Question 6> Check the indicators on the network interface. The ACT indicator is on. To <Question 7> The LNK indicator is on. "All the Indicators on the Network Interface Are Off" All the indicators are off.
  • Page 411 Selected To <Question 10> Not selected Select the correct port. The port to be used Create a port. "Configuring and Changing the Port" cannot be found. For MFNP Port To <Question 10> The port does not have to be changed because a new IP address is detected The IP address automatically when the printer and computer are on the same subnet.
  • Page 412 Printable Make resident software invalid including security software. Not printable Contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 413: Printing Cannot Be Performed (wireless Lan Connection) (lbp7110cw Only)

    0F40-07H Printing Cannot Be Performed (Wireless LAN Connection) (LBP7110Cw Only) If you cannot print when the printer is connected to the computer by wireless LAN, check the problem following the questions below. <Question 1> Is the printer turned ON? (Is the Main Power indicator on?) To <Question 2>...
  • Page 414 To <Question 4> The printer is not connected by wireless LAN. Change to a wireless LAN connection. "Switching Between Wireless LAN and Wired LAN for the Connection (LBP7110Cw Only)" <Question 4> Can the computer connect to the Internet? Can connect To <Question 5>...
  • Page 415 To <Question 6> Relocate to a location that meets these conditions. <Question 6> Check the connection status (signal strength) of the wireless LAN. Check the connection status (signal strength) using [Wireless LAN Status] in "User Data List." "Printing the "User Data List"" [Very Good] : Very good signal strength [Good]...
  • Page 416 "Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows" and check the SSID of the computer. To <Question 8> Specify the settings of the wireless LAN connection again. "Specifying the Connection Settings" Be careful of the following points when specifying the settings again. Select [Easy Setup] and [My wireless LAN access point does not have a WPS button or I cannot find the button], and then change the settings.
  • Page 417 "Installing the Printer Driver" If printing does not work, proceed to <Question 13>. <Question 13> Can you print from another computer (network connection)? Printable Make resident software invalid including security software. Not printable Contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 418: Printing Cannot Be Performed (via The Print Server)

    0F40-07J Printing Cannot Be Performed (via the Print Server) If you cannot print when the printer is used via the print server, check the problem following the questions below. <Question 1> Is the printer turned ON? (Is the Main Power indicator on?) To <Question 2>...
  • Page 419 Connected To <Question 4> Connect the cable properly. Unconnected "Connecting the Printer and Computer" <Question 4> Can your computer be connected to the print server or the shared printer? Can be connected To <Question 5> "The Print Server for Connection Cannot Be Found" Cannot be connected "The Shared Printer Cannot Be Accessed"...
  • Page 420 If you performed the download installation (installing the printer driver without the CD-ROM) If printing does not work, proceed to <Question 9>. <Question 9> Can another client print? Printable Make resident software invalid including security software. Not printable Contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 421: The Print Server For Connection Cannot Be Found

    0F40-07K The Print Server for Connection Cannot Be Found Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The print server and client computer are not connected properly. Solution Connect the print server and client computer properly. <Cause 2>...
  • Page 422: The Shared Printer Cannot Be Accessed

    0F40-07L The Shared Printer Cannot Be Accessed Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The user of the computer to be used is not registered, or the password is not specified. Register the user of the computer to be used or specify the password on the print server. Solution For more details, ask your network administrator.
  • Page 423: The Printer Pauses During Printing, And Then Printing Repeatedly Starts And Stops

    0F40-07R The Printer Pauses during Printing, and then Printing Repeatedly Starts and Stops Perform the following procedure. <Cause> If the printer is used continuously for an extended period of time, the internal temperature of the printer increases, activating a safety mechanism and pausing printing temporarily.
  • Page 424: You Cannot Turn The Printer On

    0F40-07S You Cannot Turn the Printer ON Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The power plug is unplugged from the AC power outlet. Solution Plug the power plug into the AC power outlet. <Cause 2> The printer is plugged to an extension cord or multiple power strip. Solution Plug the power plug directly into an AC power outlet.
  • Page 425: All The Indicators On The Network Interface Are Off

    <Cause 5> The hardware of the printer is in an abnormal condition. Solution Contact your local authorized Canon dealer to request service. <Cause 6> If the printer is connected by wireless LAN (LBP7110Cw Only) Change to a wired LAN connection. Solution "Switching Between Wireless LAN and Wired LAN for the Connection (LBP7110Cw Only)"...
  • Page 426: You Cannot Install The Printer Driver

    0F40-07W You Cannot Install the Printer Driver If a problem occurs during the installation Select a problem during the installation from any of the following. USB connection "The Printer Is Not Recognized Automatically" Network connection "The Printer Cannot Be Searched for" Connection via the print server "The Print Server for Connection Cannot Be Found"...
  • Page 427: The Printer Is Not Recognized Automatically

    0F40-07X The Printer Is Not Recognized Automatically Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The printer is not turned ON. Solution Turn the printer ON. <Cause 2> The USB cable is not connected properly. Make sure that the printer and computer are properly connected with the USB cable. Solution "Connecting the Printer and Computer"...
  • Page 428: The Printer Cannot Be Searched For

    0F40-07Y The Printer Cannot Be Searched for If the printer cannot be searched for (no devices are displayed in [Printer List]) at the time of installation, perform the following procedure. Make sure that the printer and computer are connected properly, and the printer is turned ON. "Connecting the Printer and Computer"...
  • Page 429 3. Click [Next]. 4. Manually specify the port using [Port]. "[Printer Information] Screen" Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 430: You Cannot Uninstall The Printer Driver

    0F40-080 You Cannot Uninstall the Printer Driver Perform the following procedure. Start the uninstaller directly from the supplied CD-ROM, and then uninstall the printer driver. Solution 1 "Starting the Uninstaller from the CD-ROM" "Uninstalling the Printer Driver" Solution 2 Uninstall the USB class driver. "Uninstalling the USB Class Driver"...
  • Page 431: Starting The Uninstaller From The Cd-rom

    0F40-081 Starting the Uninstaller from the CD-ROM Insert the supplied CD-ROM "User Software" into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. When the following screen appears, click [Exit]. If the [AutoPlay] dialog box appears Select [Open folder to view files], and then proceed to Step 4. Display [Computer] or [My Computer].
  • Page 432 Open the folder in which the uninstaller is included. For a 32-bit operating system Open the [English] - [32bit] - [MISC] folders. For a 64-bit operating system Open the [English] - [x64] - [MISC] folders. Double-click [UNINSTAL.exe]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 433 If the [User Account Control] dialog box appears Click [Yes] or [Continue]. For details on the uninstallation, see "Uninstalling the Printer Driver." Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 434: Uninstalling The Usb Class Driver

    0F40-082 Uninstalling the USB Class Driver Uninstall the USB class driver under the following circumstances. If the printer driver installed using a USB connection cannot be uninstalled properly If you cannot install the printer driver properly even after reinstalling it When uninstalling the USB class driver, be sure to perform the following procedure.
  • Page 435 Right-click [USB Printing Support], then select [Uninstall] from the pop-up menu. Do not uninstall any drivers for other devices. If you uninstall them by mistake, Windows may not operate properly. If the USB class driver is not installed properly, [USB Printing Support] is not displayed. Then, click [ ] to close the [Device Manager] dialog box.
  • Page 436 Disconnect the USB cable from the computer, then restart Windows. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 437: The Printer Driver Settings Cannot Be Changed

    0F40-083 The Printer Driver Settings Cannot Be Changed If [Spooling at Host] (whether the print data are processed in the computer) is set to [Disabled], you cannot change the driver settings because some options are unavailable. To change the settings, set [Spooling at Host] to [Auto] or [Enabled] using the following procedure. Open the printer folder.
  • Page 438 If you cannot change the setting You need administrative rights to change the setting. Contact your system administrator. Click [OK]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 439: Profiles" Cannot Be Selected Or Edited

    0F40-084 "Profiles" Cannot Be Selected or Edited When the [Allow Profile Selection] and [Allow Setting Edition] check boxes are cleared, selecting and editing a "Profile" are restricted. To select or edit a "Profile", select the check box using the following procedure. Open the printer folder.
  • Page 440 If you cannot change the setting You need administrator rights to change the setting. Contact your system administrator. Click [OK]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 441: Paper Jams

    0F40-085 Paper Jams Before removing jammed paper, see "Attention (Paper Jams)." When a paper jam occurs, the (Paper Jam) indicator (orange) blinks, and messages appear in the Printer Status Window. Remove paper jammed in each area in the order of the displayed areas in the message. Message and Clearance Procedure Paper Jam Area (Side View)
  • Page 442: Attention (paper Jams)

    0F40-086 Attention (Paper Jams) "Important Safety Instructions" also. IMPORTANT Leave the printer ON when removing the jammed paper. If the power is turned off, the data being printed will be deleted. Do not remove the jammed paper forcefully. Removing jammed paper with excess force may cause the paper to tear or damage the inside of the printer. Remove the paper by pulling it gently.
  • Page 443: Clearing Paper Jams (paper Drawer)

    0F40-087 Clearing Paper Jams (Paper Drawer) Pull out the paper drawer. Open the drawer top cover. Remove the paper by pulling it gently. If you cannot remove the paper easily, do not try to remove it forcefully but proceed to Step 4 and perform the clearing procedure for another area which is displayed in the message.
  • Page 444 Insert the paper drawer in the printer. Next, proceed to the clearing procedure for another area which is displayed in the message. (1) "Clearing Paper Jams (Paper Drawer)" "Clearing Paper Jams (Output Area)" "Clearing Paper Jams (Inside the Rear Cover)" Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 445: Clearing Paper Jams (output Area)

    0F40-088 Clearing Paper Jams (Output Area) Remove the paper by pulling it gently. If you cannot remove the paper easily, do not try to remove it forcefully but perform a procedure for another area which is displayed in a message. Next, proceed to the procedure for clearing the paper jam which is occurred in another area displayed in the message.
  • Page 446: Clearing Paper Jams (inside The Rear Cover)

    0F40-089 Clearing Paper Jams (Inside the Rear Cover) Open the rear cover. Remove the jammed paper. (1) Hold both sides of the paper and slowly pull them down. (2) Remove the paper by pulling it gently. Close the rear cover. The paper jam message disappears, and the printer is ready to print.
  • Page 447: Indicators On The Printer Are On/blinking

    0F40-08A Indicators on the Printer Are On/Blinking The indicators on the printer display the printer status as follows. Perform solutions according to the indicators are on/blinking. Name Status Solution Solve the problem following the message displayed in the Printer (1) Toner Indicator Status Window.
  • Page 448 A job is being canceled. (Blinking) The printer is connected by wireless LAN. (5) Wi-Fi Indicator (On) (LBP7110Cw Only) The wireless LAN is configured. (Blinking) The printer is turned ON. (On) (6) Main Power Indicator The printer is being turned OFF.
  • Page 449: A Message Appears In The Printer Status Window

    0F40-08C A Message Appears in the Printer Status Window Perform solutions according to the displayed message. The message type varies depending on the icon. A service call is occurring. " Service Error" Communication cannot be performed with the printer. " Cannot Communicate with Printer"...
  • Page 450 The Firewall settings and so on may be the cause. Solution Check the communication settings for the server, clients, and so on. Cannot Communicate with Server <Cause> The client computer cannot communicate with the print server. Solution Perform the described solutions in "The Print Server for Connection Cannot Be Found."...
  • Page 451 <Cause> You may not be able to obtain appropriate printout results. Clicking [ ] (Resolve Error) continues printing. Solution 1 However, the error message may appear again. Cancel the print job, and then print again. Solution 2 "Canceling a Job" Check the Toner Cartridges <Cause 1>...
  • Page 452 Load the indicated paper in the paper drawer. Solution "Loading Paper" Packing Material on Toner Cartridges <Cause> The sealing tape is attached to the toner cartridge of the indicated color. Solution Remove the sealing tape while referring to "Removing the Packing Materials."...
  • Page 453 <Cause> Printing quality cannot be guaranteed due to the toner cartridges of the indicated colors reaching the end of their life and so on. It is recommended that you replace the toner cartridges with new ones. "Replacing the Toner Cartridge" Solution You can continue printing as is by clicking [ ] (Resolve Error), however, print quality may...
  • Page 454: When Is Displayed

    If the message does not reappear, the printer is ready. If the message reappears, you need to request service. Follow the procedure below, and then contact your local authorized Canon dealer to request service. Note down the error code displayed in the Printer Status Window.
  • Page 455 Contact your local authorized Canon dealer to request service. When contacting your Canon dealer, please report also the error code which you noted down in Step 2. If you are not sure what the problem is, contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
  • Page 456: Poor Printout Results

    0F40-08F Poor Printout Results Paper curls or creases. Paper Curls Paper Creases Streaks (lines) appear. White Streaks (Lines) Appear Streaks (lines) Appear in Gradated Portions Thin Lateral Streaks (Lateral Lines) Appear Unevenness or smudge marks appear. Printing Is Uneven Printed Pages Have White Specks Colors Are Uneven or Not Printed Smoothly The Toner Does Not Fix onto the Paper Well The Printed Paper Has Smudge Marks...
  • Page 457 Contacting your local authorized Canon dealer If a problem that is not indicated in the e-Manual occurs, if none of the suggested measures solve the problem, or if you cannot determine the problem, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 458: Paper Curls

    0F40-08H Paper Curls Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> Damp paper is used. Replace the paper with new paper in an unopened package. Solution "Precautions for Paper" <Cause 2> Appropriate paper is not being used. Replace the paper with that which can be used with this printer.
  • Page 459 "Printer Status Window" Solution 2 3. Select the [Perform Curl Correction for Output Paper] check box. [Perform Curl Correction for Output Paper] is enabled only when [Paper Type] in the [Paper Source] sheet in the printer driver is set to [Thin 1]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 460: Paper Creases

    0F40-08J Paper Creases Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The paper is not loaded properly. Load the paper properly. Solution "Loading Paper" <Cause 2> Damp paper is used. Replace the paper with new paper in an unopened package. Solution "Precautions for Paper"...
  • Page 461 <Cause 6> When printing envelopes, the envelopes may crease depending on the type of the envelopes or the operating environment (especially in a high-humidity environment). Perform the following procedure in the Printer Status Window. 1. Display the Printer Status Window. "Printer Status Window"...
  • Page 462: White Streaks (lines) Appear

    0F40-08K White Streaks (Lines) Appear Perform the following procedure. <Cause> The drum in any of the toner cartridges has deteriorated. Replace the toner cartridges with new ones. Solution "Replacing the Toner Cartridge" Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 463: Streaks (lines) Appear In Gradated Portions

    0F40-08L Streaks (lines) Appear in Gradated Portions Perform the following procedure. <Cause> [Gray Compensation] is applied to the gray color portions of the streaks (lines) in the diagram. Perform the following procedure in the printer driver. 1. Display the [Quality] sheet. Solution 2.
  • Page 464: Thin Lateral Streaks (lateral Lines) Appear

    0F40-08R Thin Lateral Streaks (Lateral Lines) Appear Perform the following procedure. <Cause> After the printer has been idling for a long time or depending on the paper type, thin lateral streaks (lateral lines) may appear in halftone areas and white paper areas. Perform the following procedure in the Printer Status Window.
  • Page 465: Printing Is Uneven

    0F40-08S Printing Is Uneven Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> Paper is too moist or too dry. Replace the paper with new paper in an unopened package. Solution "Precautions for Paper" <Cause 2> The toner cartridges are almost out of toner. Check the toner cartridges status and replace the toner cartridges of the colors are nearing the end of their life.
  • Page 466: Printed Pages Have White Specks

    0F40-08U Printed Pages Have White Specks Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> Appropriate paper is not being used. Replace the paper with that which can be used with this printer. Solution "Usable Paper" <Cause 2> Damp paper is used. Replace the paper with new paper in an unopened package.
  • Page 467: Colors Are Uneven Or Not Printed Smoothly

    0F40-08W Colors Are Uneven or Not Printed Smoothly Perform the following procedure. <Cause> Large characters, wide lines, or diagrams with high color density were printed. Perform the following procedure in the printer driver. 1. Display the [Finishing] sheet. 2. Click [Advanced Settings]. 3.
  • Page 468 When [Mode 3] is selected, color unevenness may be found in light areas and shaded patterns. When outlines of light graphics, characters, and lines are not printed smoothly Select [Mode 4]. When [Mode 4] is selected, color unevenness may be found in light areas. When strip-shaped unevenness appears on images (photographic images), graphics, gradations, and shaded patterns Select [Mode 5].
  • Page 469: The Toner Does Not Fix Onto The Paper Well

    0F40-08X The Toner Does Not Fix onto the Paper Well Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The setting for [Paper Type] is not specified properly. Specify [Paper Type] properly. If you are using envelopes, specify [Envelope H]. Solution "Basic Printing Procedure"...
  • Page 470: The Printed Paper Has Smudge Marks

    0F40-08Y The Printed Paper Has Smudge Marks Perform the following procedure. <Cause> The fixing roller is dirty. Clean the fixing roller. Solution "Cleaning the Fixing Roller of the Printer" Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 471: Smudge Marks Of Spattering Toner Appear Around The Text Or Patterns

    0F40-090 Smudge Marks of Spattering Toner Appear around the Text or Patterns Perform the following procedure. <Cause> Appropriate paper is not being used. Replace the paper with that which can be used with this printer. Solution "Usable Paper" Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 472: The Back Of The Printed Paper Has Smudge Marks

    0F40-091 The Back of the Printed Paper Has Smudge Marks Perform the following procedure. <Cause> The size of the print data was larger than that of the loaded paper. Solution Check if the size of the print data matches that of the loaded paper. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 473: The Overall Print Result Is Dark

    0F40-092 The Overall Print Result Is Dark Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The setting for the toner density is not appropriate. Adjust the toner density for printing to a lighter setting. Solution "Adjusting the Toner Density" <Cause 2>...
  • Page 474: Residual Images Appear On Non-printed Areas

    0F40-093 Residual Images Appear on Non-printed Areas Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> Appropriate paper is not being used. Replace the paper with that which can be used with this printer. Solution "Usable Paper" <Cause 2>...
  • Page 475: White Dust Is Attached To The Printed Transparencies

    0F40-094 White Dust Is Attached to the Printed Transparencies Perform the following procedure. <Cause> You print transparencies after printing paper other than transparency continuously. Solution Wipe and remove the chipped paper with a soft cloth. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 476: The Overall Print Result Is Faint

    0F40-095 The Overall Print Result Is Faint Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The setting for the toner density is not appropriate. Adjust the toner density for printing to a darker setting. Solution "Adjusting the Toner Density" <Cause 2>...
  • Page 477: Printing Is Faded

    0F40-096 Printing Is Faded Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The setting for [Paper Type] is not specified properly. Specify [Paper Type] properly. If you are using envelopes, specify [Envelope H]. Solution "Basic Printing Procedure" <Cause 2>...
  • Page 478: Colored Text Appears Blurred

    0F40-097 Colored Text Appears Blurred Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> A bold font is being used for the colored text. Perform the following procedure in the printer driver. 1. Display the [Quality] sheet. 2.
  • Page 479: Data Is Not Printed In The Correct Color (specified Color) Due To Color Mismatches

    0F40-098 Data Is Not Printed in the Correct Color (Specified Color) Due to Color Mismatches Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The toner cartridges are not installed properly. Check the installation status of the toner cartridges. Solution "Replacing the Toner Cartridge"...
  • Page 480 depending on the print image. Please note that this is due to the structure of laser printers and is not a printer malfunction. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 481: Thin Lines Or Fill Patterns Are Not Printed With The Specified Colors Or Do Not Appear At All

    0F40-099 Thin Lines or Fill Patterns Are Not Printed with the Specified Colors or Do Not Appear At All Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> Some of the colors cannot be reproduced because of the combination of colors or patterns.
  • Page 482: Shaded Patterns Are Not Printed In The Correct Color (specified Color)

    0F40-09A Shaded Patterns Are Not Printed in the Correct Color (Specified Color) Perform the following procedure. <Cause> The shaded pattern of the print data and the dither pattern of the printer are interfering with one another. Print again without specifying a shaded pattern in the application. Solution 1 See the instruction manual supplied with the application.
  • Page 483: Photographs And So On Are Printed In Different Colors From Those Displayed On The Monitor

    0F40-09C Photographs and so on Are Printed in Different Colors from Those Displayed on the Monitor Perform the following procedure. <Cause> The methods for adjusting the color on the screen (RGB) and in the printer (YMC) are different. Therefore, the color on the screen may not be printed out exactly as it appears. Perform the following procedure in the printer driver.
  • Page 484: Fill Patterns And Borders Are Not Printed In The Correct Color (specified Color) Even When The Same Color Is Specified For Them

    0F40-09E Fill Patterns and Borders Are Not Printed in the Correct Color (Specified Color) Even When the Same Color Is Specified for Them Perform the following procedure. <Cause> A special process may be applied depending on the line width of the border so that thin lines are printed clearly.
  • Page 485: Square Areas That Cannot Be Seen On The Display Appear Around Lines Or Text And Are Printed In A Different Color From The Other Areas

    0F40-09F Square Areas That Cannot Be Seen on the Display Appear around Lines or Text and Are Printed in a Different Color from the Other Areas Perform the following procedure. <Cause> A process that is different from the specified halftone process or color process may be applied depending on the operating system or application.
  • Page 486: Adjusting The Color And So On For Printing

    0F40-09H Adjusting the Color and so on for Printing This printer allows you to print with performing the following adjustments and corrections. Adjusting the Toner Density Printing with Brightness and Contrast Adjusted Adjusting the Color Matching the Color with the Screen Adjusting Colors and Correcting Color Mismatches (Calibration/Color Mismatch Correction) Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 487: The Printing Position Is Skewed

    0F40-09J The Printing Position Is Skewed Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> [Gutter] is specified. Perform the following procedure in the printer driver. 1. Display the [Finishing] sheet. Solution 2. Click [Gutter]. 3. Set [Gutter] to "0." <Cause 2>...
  • Page 488: A Portion Of The Page Is Not Printed (printed Data Lies Outside Paper)

    0F40-09K A Portion of the Page Is Not Printed (Printed Data Lies Outside Paper) Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The setting for the scaling factor is not appropriate. Perform the following procedure in the printer driver. 1.
  • Page 489 Load paper that matches the paper size setting, or change the paper size setting to match the paper. Solution "Loading Paper" "Registering the Paper Size and Type" <Cause 5> When printing the following paper, the paper is loaded with an orientation (feed direction) that differs from that of the paper drawer or the paper setting for the job.
  • Page 490: Data Is Reduced And Printed

    0F40-09L Data Is Reduced and Printed Perform the following procedure. <Cause> The setting for the scaling factor is not appropriate. Perform the following procedure in the printer driver. 1. Display the [Page Setup] sheet. 2. Clear the [Manual Scaling] check box. Solution 1 If the [Manual Scaling] check box is cleared, the scale factor will be set according to [Page Size] and [Output Size] automatically.
  • Page 491: The Next Page Is Printed From Halfway Across The Previous Page

    0F40-09R The Next Page Is Printed from Halfway across the Previous Page Perform the following procedure. <Cause> "Line Spacing" or "Lines/Page" in the application is not specified properly. Specify the settings for "Line Spacing" or "Lines/Page" in the application so that the data fits in one page, and then print again.
  • Page 492: Blank Paper Is Output (nothing Is Printed On The Paper)

    0F40-09S Blank Paper Is Output (Nothing Is Printed on the Paper) Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The toner cartridges were installed with the sealing tape still attached. Take the toner cartridges out of the printer, pull out the sealing tape, and reinstall the toner cartridges. Solution "Replacing the Toner Cartridge"...
  • Page 493: The Overall Surface Of The Paper Is Printed In A Particular Color

    0F40-09U The Overall Surface of the Paper Is Printed in a Particular Color Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The drum in any of the toner cartridges has deteriorated. Replace the toner cartridges with new ones. Solution "Replacing the Toner Cartridge"...
  • Page 494: The Flap Of The Printed Envelope Sticks

    0F40-09W The Flap of the Printed Envelope Sticks Perform one of the following solutions according to the cause. <Cause 1> The envelope is inappropriate. Replace the envelope with that which can be used with this printer. Solution "Usable Paper" <Cause 2> Depending on the type of the envelopes or the operating environment (especially in a high-humidity environment), the flaps may stick to the body of the envelopes.
  • Page 495: Multiple Sheets Of Paper Are Fed At A Time

    0F40-09X Multiple Sheets of Paper Are Fed at a Time Perform the following procedure. <Cause> You are using paper which tends to be fed at a time. Fan the paper thoroughly, and then align the edges of the stack properly on a hard, flat surface. Solution Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 496: Printed Bar Codes Cannot Be Scanned

    0F40-09Y Printed Bar Codes Cannot Be Scanned Perform the following procedure. <Cause> Depending on the type or size of bar code, scanning may be difficult. Set [Black] in [Toner Density] in the printer driver to a lighter setting ([-2] or [-1]). "Adjusting the Toner Density"...
  • Page 497: If You Cannot Solve A Problem

    0F40-0A0 If You Cannot Solve a Problem If the problem cannot be solved by referring to the e-Manual, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or Canon help line ( "Office Locations"). Please have the following information ready when contacting the Canon: Product name (LBP7100Cn/LBP7110Cw) Serial number (see the following illustrations to find the location of the serial number.)
  • Page 498: Appendix

    0F40-0A1 Appendix Points to Make Full Use of the Printer Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows For Windows 8/Server 2012 Users For Macintosh Users Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 499: Points To Make Full Use Of The Printer

    0F40-0A2 Points to Make Full Use of the Printer You can maximize the use of the printer by familiarizing with software tasks and functions supplied with the printer. Printer Driver The printer driver is software allows you to control the printer with the printing instructions from the computer.
  • Page 500 Network Utilities Useful utilities are available to perform the printer management and so Because the items you can manage differ depending on the software, use the software according to your environment or the item you want to manage. Introduction of the Utilities Software That Can Be Used for Managing the Printer Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 501: Basic Operations/various Information For Windows

    0F40-0A3 Basic Operations/Various Information for Windows Displaying [Computer] or [My Computer] Setting the IP Address Using the ARP/PING Command Displaying the CD-ROM Top Page Checking the IP Address Using the PING Command Checking the Processor Version of Windows Vista, 7, or Server 2008 Printing a Test Page in Windows Checking the Bi-directional Communication Installing with Plug and Play...
  • Page 502 NOTE Checking the MAC address "Checking the MAC Address of the Printer" Enter "ping <IP address> -l 479", then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard. <IP address> Enter the same IP address as the one entered in Step 4. Enter a lowercase "L"...
  • Page 503 Run Command Prompt. Enter "ping <the IP address of the printer>", then press the [ENTER] key on your keyboard. Input Example: "ping 192.168.0.215" Correctly enter the IP address which is set for the printer. If the wrong IP address is entered, you cannot obtain an appropriate check result.
  • Page 504 Double-click [System]. Check the processor version. For a 32-bit operating system [32-bit Operating System] is displayed. For a 64-bit operating system [64-bit Operating System] is displayed. Printing a Test Page in Windows You can check the operations of the printer driver by printing a test page in Windows. Load A4 paper in the paper drawer.
  • Page 505 Print a test page. (1) Display the [General] sheet. (2) Click [Print Test Page] to print a test page. Checking the Bi-directional Communication Open the printer folder. "Displaying the Printer Folder" Right-click the icon for this printer, and then select [Printer properties] or [Properties] from the pop- up menu.
  • Page 506 Check the bi-directional communication. (1) Display the [Ports] sheet. (2) Check the [Enable bidirectional support] check box is selected. IMPORTANT Do not clear the [Enable bidirectional support] check box. If the check box is cleared, you cannot perform printing. Installing with Plug and Play If you are using Windows 7 or Server 2008 R2, install the printer driver in "Easy Installation."...
  • Page 507 Turn the printer ON. Turn the computer on, and then log on to Windows as a user with administrative rights. The automatic setup screen of Plug and Play appears. If the printer driver is installed automatically If you installed the printer driver for this printer previously, the driver is installed automatically. If you want to update the printer driver (or want to install it manually), install the printer driver after uninstalling it once.
  • Page 508 Select one of the following folders. For a 32-bit operating system Select the folders in the supplied CD-ROM: [English] - [32bit] - [Driver]. For a 64-bit operating system Select the folders in the supplied CD-ROM: [English] - [x64] - [Driver]. If you are not sure whether you are using 32-bit Windows Vista/Server 2008 or 64-bit Windows Vista/Server 2008, "Checking the Processor Version of Windows Vista, 7, or Server 2008."...
  • Page 509 From the [Start] menu, select [Control Panel], and then double-click [Printers]. Checking Printers in the Print Server Display [Windows Explorer]. Check printers in the print server. (1) Select the print server from [Network] or [My Network Places]. (2) Check the icon for this printer is displayed. Checking the Port Open the printer folder.
  • Page 510 Check a port. (1) Display the [Ports] sheet. (2) Check the port that is being used. Values for Setting a Port Depending on the method for setting the IP address of the printer, the value to be entered in [Printer Name or IP Address] on the following screen displayed in the process of port setting varies.
  • Page 511 Setting for [Device Type] when Setting a Port If the printer cannot be detected when setting a port, set [Device Type] as follows. (1) Select [Standard], and then select [Canon Network Printing Device with P9100]. (2) Click [Next]. Downloaded from ManualsPrinter.com Manuals...
  • Page 512 0F40-0A5 For Windows 8/Server 2012 Users This printer supports Windows 8/Server 2012 operating system. For operation and description on Windows 8/Server 2012, refer to Windows Vista/7 sections. This section describes notes on using this printer with Windows 8/Server 2012. Read this section carefully before using the printer.
  • Page 513: For Macintosh Users

    0F40-0A6 For Macintosh Users In the e-Manual, methods to operate in the Windows environment are explained as examples. To view how to use printer drivers or utilities for Macintosh, see the "Printer Driver Guide for Macintosh." Displaying the "Printer Driver Guide for Macintosh" Double-click [index.html] in the [SFP] - [Documents] - [uk_eng] - [GUIDE] folder in the supplied CD-ROM.
  • Page 514: Office Locations

    30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan CANON MARKETING JAPAN INC. 16-6, Konan 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8011, Japan CANON U.S.A., INC. One Canon Park, Melville, NY 11747, U.S.A. CANON EUROPA N.V. Bovenkerkerweg 59, 1185 XB Amstelveen, The Netherlands CANON CHINA CO. LTD.

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