How do I connect my Canon MG3000 to my MacBook?

  1. If you are a Windows client take the CD that came with the printer and begin the installation. For Mac users Download the manuals and the software by clicking “selecting the product” on the PIXMA range page.
  2. The initial screen will appear After that, click Next and enter the password in order for the “helper tool” to install.
  3. After that, you can choose the option between USB and Wireless connection and click. The sequence won’t work when the printer isn’t running. If you have any problems, please contact us at canon mg3000 connect to wifi.
  4. It is in use to go. The next step is connecting to the network. Once the “cableless setup” is displayed on your screen press the printer’s WiFi button until the red alarm lamp flashes twice, and then release the button.
  5. At this point, at this point, the green (WIFI) lamp will be flashing rapidly and it is the power light that’s green on. Note that the network connection will be temporarily deactivated while setting up.
  6. Then, the “licensing agreement to Canon product’ and ‘please accept all installation wizard procedures’ should appear on the screen. Click.
  7. The printer’s model as well as its number (SSID) that the connection has will be displayed upon the monitor. Then, it will complete the setup of the connection. Run a test print.

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Here I share the technical related error solution. Users can simply fix the printer errors by some steps.

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