Have you ever encountered a printer that stops printing after printing 2 or 3 pages? Or does the printer sometimes print only one page and then hang up until it reboots? This is where a lot of users have reported the problem to Microsoft.

This is most commonly caused by the printer not responding to the print spooler, corrupted Installed Printer driver, and other issues. reset canon printer These are some possible solutions to fix your printer not printing one copy in Windows 10, 8.1, and 7.

Run Printer Troubleshooter

Windows has a built-in printer Troubleshooter that can check and fix problems that may prevent you from printing. Windows will fix the problem by running the troubleshooter.

  1. Start menu search opens Control Panel.
  2. Click on Troubleshooting from the Small icon view
  3. Click on View All and Select Printer.
  4. Click on Advanced and ensure that "Apply Repair Automatically" is checked.
  5. Click Next to let Troubleshooter diagnose and resolve the issue for you.
  6. Once you are done, restart your browser and ensure that pages continue to print.

Check Print Spooler Service

If the printer troubleshooter has not worked, check that the print spooler dependency service is running.

  1. Type services, click Start Enter MSc
  2. Scroll down to Print spooler
  3. If the computer is running, right-click on it and choose restart
  4. Right-click to access print spooler services if they are not available.
  5. Start the service by changing the startup type to "Automatic".
  6. Click the tab "Dependencies".
  7. Take note of all dependent services and close the Print Spooler Properties window.
  8. If they are not, check that the Dependent services are running.

Clear Print Spooler

  1. Open "Computer" and browse to the below folder and delete all the files in it, "c:\windows\system32\spool\printers"
  2. Do the same to clear the content in the folder "c:\windows\system32\spool\drivers\w32x86"
  3. Reboot.

Disable MO pier Mode

One user suggested that Disable MO Pier mode be enabled to fix the problem "Printer stuck after the one-page print".

  • Open the control panel, and then go to Devices and Printers under Hardware and Sound.
  • Right-click the printer that is causing the problem and clicks on Printer properties.
  • Scroll down to the installable options tab in your device settings.
  • Look for the option copier mode and disable it.
  • Click on Apply and verify this helps. You can now immediately print the document once the print job has been received by the computer.

Reinstall Printer driver

If none of the above solutions work, you can try reinstalling the printer driver. First, unplug the printer.

  • Search for and open Windows Programs and Features.
  • Right-click the printer driver you have installed and select Uninstall
  • Next, open Windows Explorer and search for Devices and Printers.
  • If your printer is not listed, right-click it and select 'Delete or Remove Device'
  • Now, press Windows + R and type printing.exe/s.
  • Look for your printer name under the "Drivers” tab.
  • If you can see it, click on it and click the Remove button at the bottom. Select Ok
  • Click Apply and OK in the Print Server Properties windows to restart your PC
  • Download the most recent printer driver from the Printer manufacturer's website.
  • Connect your printer using a USB cable. Windows will automatically install the driver so you can start using it.
  • You can also download the printer driver from the manufacturer's site.
  • Send a print job to your computer. This should help.

These solutions helped to fix the problem of "printer only prints one page and then hangs", "can't print multiple pages on Windows 10 Printer, etc.?" Please leave a comment below.

If the Canon printer's ink cartridge isn't getting recognized, it may be necessary to reset it. If you don't want to see any errors or damage to the cartridge, it must be reset correctly in your printer. We have several ways to reset your Canon printer's ink cart. You can also look through these methods to reset your printer's default state by factory setting it. These methods are also applicable to certain models.

This post will show you how to reset your Canon ink cartridge.

How do I Factory Reset or Reset a Canon Printer Printer?

Resetting the Canon printer factory can make it as good as new. The printer's settings will be restored to the original state they came in. You can reset it using the Setup option. Next, press it. Next, choose Reset Setting. The user will then need to choose the Reset All option. These options can be selected using the arrow buttons on your Canon printer during the factory reset process.

We will now discuss the steps required to perform this procedure correctly. These steps are listed below:

  • Select "Setup" on your Canon printer.
  • Click on "Device Settings". This option can be reached by using the arrow buttons on your Canon printer.
  • Click the "OK" button.
  • Use the arrow buttons to select "Reset Setting".
  • Tap "Ok".
  • Choose "Reset All". You can select it using the arrow buttons on your device.
  • Push "Ok" again.
  • Next, choose "Yes"
  • Once more, press the "OK" button.

Now your Canon printer can be reset or factory reset. It is important to note that to use your device further, you will need to repeat the process of setting it up.

How do I reset my Canon printer to factory settings?

Some people may need help with resetting the Canon printer to factory settings. This section explains how to do this. You can follow the procedure by first finding and pressing the Stop button until you hear the alarm ring. Once you have heard the alarm at least 19 more times, you can hit the Start button. Gradually you'll be able to reset your Canon printer back to factory settings.