How To Setup The Canon Pixma Tr4522

Sometimes, new printer users are often frustrated with the Canon Pixma TR4522 Wireless Setup process. If you are using Canon PIXUS TR4522 printer for the first time, you don't have to worry about any problems during the setup process as the setup process is very easy. This can be understood by reading the process described in this section.

You can connect your Canon printer to your wireless network by following these simple steps. We have solutions for both Windows and Mac users who want to connect to their Canon TR4522. Read through the blog post to finish configuring your printer and connecting it to WiFi.

How to setup Canon Pixma tr4522 printer with WPS

You can successfully run TR4522 Setup using WPS technology by following the steps below.

  • After pressing the "OK" button, press the WPS button.
  • This procedure uses the push button method described in the section above.
  • After that, press the OK button while pressing the WPS button on the access point.
  • Press the "OK" button on the printer within 2 minutes. Finally, when the screen on the right is displayed, press the "Copy" button.
  • Your printer is now successfully connected.

Setting up Canon Pixma tr4522 wireless printer in Windows

  • First, turn on your Windows computer, printer, and wireless router.
  • Follow the instructions in the section above to connect the printer to your wireless network.
  • Canon official website driver.
  • After the download is complete, follow the on-screen instructions to set up your printer.
  • Then select Start from the menu. Once open, click on the Devices and Printers option in Control Panel.
  • Select Add Printer from the menu.
  • At the next prompt screen, select a network printer from the available list.
  • The Canon Pixma tr4522 wireless printer connects to your Windows computer in seconds.
  • Do a print test now to make sure the printer is connected properly. 

How to connect Canon Pixma tr4522 via USB

Before setting up the Canon printer TR4522 with a USB connection, please check if the device driver is already installed on your computer. If not, you can get it first. Once this is done, you can launch the driver and follow the on-screen instructions. You can then connect it to both your computer and your device using a USB cable. Follow these steps to connect your Canon Pixma tr4522 to your computer via USB.

  • Your Windows computer and printer must be on. Connect the printer to your Windows computer using a USB cable.
  • After that, access the Canon website, download the printer driver, and install it.
  • Then use Windows Search to launch Control Panel.
  • Select Printers and Drivers, then select Add Printer.
  • In the Windows screen that appears, select your printer.
  • The printer will soon be connected to your Windows PC.

How to setup Canon Pixma tr4522 wirelessly

  • Make sure your Mac device, wireless router, and printer are turned on.
  • Then follow the steps above to connect the printer to your wireless router.
  • After that, go to Canon's official website, download the printer driver, and install it.
  • Select "Apple" from the menu. Under System & Settings, select Printers & scanners. Select the + Add button in the bottom left.
  • Select your printer from the list of printers displayed.
  • Continue following the instructions on the screen and your printer will be successfully configured.

From this detailed read, I found setting up the Canon PIXMA TR4522 printer to be easy and hassle-free. We've spent a lot of time researching the best setup procedures for Canon TR4522 printers on various platforms, including Windows and Mac. These steps also showed you how to set up your printer for network and wireless use. If you need more information on setup instructions for this printer model, let us know in the comments section below.

Canon Pixma TR4522 Setup

Publicado en Technology en septiembre 29 at 11:44
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