Bios mode wait updating fw canon mf4320d
Duplexing was an important feature to me, and Canon appears to offer that on less expensive printers than other companies.
First, the printing is sometimes crooked on the paper, especially on the back side when duplexing.
Yes, you can scan from the machine if you download the firmware update. This printer has given my family everything we were looking for in this kind of device.
We purchased the Canon MF4350D to replace a 13-year-old HP 5P and a 6-year-old HP Scanjet 5300C.
It doesn't take much longer to scan using the flatbed.
I had read previous reviews about troubles with using the Copy button on the printer to initiate a scan.
As this machine is now replaced by the Canon Laser image CLASS MF4770n, unless they have built it better, you may get about the same amount of time out of it, as the repair guy advised (he said he still sees a lot of Canon lasers come in). Duplexing was an important feature to me, and Canon appears to offer that on less expensive printers than other companies. You can download the firmware at the following location: And Software I have the firmware installed on my lap top. This is a known problem and can be corrected by updating the firmware to the latest release.(Actually, my cheapest of Dell inkjets printed straighter.)The other problem also appears when duplexing: on the back side there's a strip of blurred printing from top to bottom where the toner didn't bond.This only appears on the first sheet after the printer has sat idle awhile. They also said they see a lot of Canon lasers brought in. But if 4 years is reasonable to you, then go for it.
Not only did you answer my questions, you even took it a step further with replying with more pertinent information I needed to know.