Setting up and installing drivers for the Canon MG3620 printer involves several steps. Here’s a general guide to help you through the process:
- Unboxing and Hardware Setup
Unbox your Canon PIXMA MG3620 printer and remove all protective materials. Place the printer on a flat, stable surface near your computer. Connect the power cord to the printer and an electrical outlet, then turn on the printer.
- Loading Paper
Open the paper input tray and extend the paper support. Load plain paper with the print side facing down and adjust the paper guides to fit the width of the paper. Close the paper output tray.
- Install the Ink Cartridges
Open the printer cover. The print head holder will move to the installation position. Unpack the ink cartridges and remove the protective tape. Insert the color cartridge (CL-241) into the left slot and the black cartridge (PG-240) into the right slot. Close the printer cover. The printer will align the cartridges, and an alignment page will be printed.
- Software Installation and Driver Download
Insert the provided CD-ROM into your computer’s CD drive. If your computer doesn’t have a CD drive, you can download the software and drivers from the Canon website. Follow the on-screen prompts to install the necessary software and drivers.
- Network Connection
The setup process will prompt you to choose a connection method. Select “Wireless LAN Connection.” Follow the on-screen instructions to connect the printer to your Wi-Fi network. You will need your network’s SSID and password.
- Complete the Setup
Once the setup process is complete, perform a test print to ensure the printer is working correctly. You can now use the Canon PIXMA MG3620 to print from your computer, smartphone, or tablet over the Wi-Fi network.
Congratulations! Your Canon MG3620 scanner is now set up and ready to use. Refer to the scanner’s user manual for more detailed information on advanced features and scanning options. Enjoy scanning your documents and photos with the Canon MG3620!
Please note that these are general instructions, and the specific steps may vary slightly depending on your operating system and the version of the software and drivers provided by Canon. Always refer to the user manual or installation guide that comes with your printer for detailed, model-specific instructions.