1

After printing successfully many times to my Canon MP600 (classic) printer, suddenly Google Cloud Print gives me an error message every time.

I'm using a Dell XPS laptop (Windows 10 home). I updated to the latest version of Chrome, deleted and then re-added my MP600 both to Windows and to Google Cloud Print, and restarted the computer.

Still won't print! It gives an error message immediately. GCP recognizes the printer just fine.

Thank you!


Error message:

Print failure 
Submitted 0 minutes ago by xxxxxxx@gmail.com
Advanced Details
Content Type
application/pdf
Print Job ID
e114d421-461e-7018-2a4c-84027b1dbc23
Printer ID
ab24d631-991d-1eee-10cc-2ff6705d654e
Last Updated
Jan 24, 2016, 7:31:54 PM
Tags
^own  
print_file    
dashboard

Here is the information given when you look up the printer:

CANON MP600

Owned by me
Added 14 minutes ago
Location unavailable
Printer is online and ready to print

Printer Type
Classic printer connected via Google Chrome
Registered with Cloud Print
Jan 24, 2016, 7:31:13 PM
Last Updated
Jan 24, 2016, 7:31:13 PM
Printer ID
ab24d631-991d-1eee-10cc-2ff6705d654e
Google Cloud Print Version
1.0
Supported Content Types
application/pdf
Proxy
14DA45E5-3024-4619-A2BE-B938FA872983
Tags
^recent   
^own  
^connector    
^can_share    
^can_update   
^can_delete   
__cp__chrome_version  48.0.2564.82 m
__cp__printer-make-and-model  Canon MP600 Printer
__cp__system_driverinfo   Canon MP600 Printer;2.00.4.13;Canon IJ Printer Driver;2.00.4.13
__cp__system_name Windows NT
__cp__system_version  10.0
__cp__tagshash    f8a8d0ca9787532f448267e55bc80a81
  • Closevoters: this question is perfectly on-topic here, since Google Cloud Print has a component that runs on the local computer. – nc4pk Jan 28 '16 at 0:43
  • Anyone find a solution for this? – p_q Dec 17 '16 at 1:23

Your Answer

By clicking "Post Your Answer", you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy, and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.