The Canon printer, not printing problem occurs for various reasons. You have to troubleshoot the printer to fix the issue persisting on it. If the printer is not printing properly, first check if the ink cartridges are not empty.
Print a calibration page and check the ink levels. Open the Canon for Windows and click on the Ink Management option. This will show you the ink level in the ink tank.
If there is enough ink and your printer does not print, check the authenticity of the ink cartridge. It is always recommended to purchase ink from genuine retailers.
If you are not using the original product, then the Canon printer will not print. If there is no issue with the cartridge, check the quality of the paper inserted.
The paper width guides should be set according to the paper inserted. Check what type of papers does your printer support and then load the same into the tray.
The printer may not print if it is running out of papers. The paper tray you mentioned in the printer settings should match with the tray that is loaded with paper.
The printer will work fine if the above-mentioned things are noted. Resetting the printer would resolve most of the issues with the printer. The hard reset procedure is given above.
You don’t need to do a soft reset if the Canon printer responds well and does not throw any error. Check the status of the Firmware and if it is outdated, you have to update it on a regular basis.
The official website will have the latest Firmware. By clicking on the Download button, you can update the Firmware of your Canon printer.
Perform a test print now.
The printer issue might have been resolved and the Canon printer will respond well. Uninstall all the printer drivers and other printer software from the computer.
The cache files should be removed so that there won’t be any problem while re-installing the driver. Go to the Devices & Printers option on the Control Panel settings.
Locate your device and right-click on it. Click on the Remove Device option in the sub-menu displayed. Now, you have to browse the official website and download the latest printer driver software that is compatible with the operating system and its version.
If the right bit version of the software is not downloaded, the Canon printer not printing problem will occur.