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Having trouble printing directly from Chrome

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#1 BertPeace13


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Posted 20 March 2018 - 09:32 PM

Lads, I don't know if this thread really belongs here, so please Admins, if I'm in the wrong forum, please move it to wherever it fits better.


Now, to the point: I'm having trouble printing directly from Chrome (65.0.3325.146 version, 64-bit) to my old but faithful Canon MP250. I get all sorts of trouble; sudden permanent offline messages; intermittent offline-online messages (very fast, almost like a bleeping cursor); no printing at all; half-printed pages; etc.


In view of this, I decided to download everything and print from the PC, and I have had no trouble whatsoever while doing so; however, just tried again with an HTML file which gave me the same trouble after I opened it with Chrome, but worked correctly when opened with Edge. 


I know I can just change the configuration and solve the problem, but thing is, because other less skilled users (even more than me!) have access to the PC and won't know what to do if they see different windows than those they are accustomed to, I need to find out what's going on and fix it; besides, I don't think I should leave the problem unattended, making configuration changes to just skip it, without dealing with the cause (also, the Edge thing made me suspicious).  


Advice, please. 


PS: OS is Win10 Home, 64-bit. 

Edited by BertPeace13, 21 March 2018 - 01:16 AM.

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