Friday, 23 June 2017

Canon PIXMA MG6320 Setup & Driver Download

Canon PIXMA MG6320 Driver Download, Wireless Setup, Manual Installations

Canon PIXMA MG6320 Setup & Driver Download
Canon PIXMA MG6320 

The Canon PIXMA MG6320 can print, copy, and also scan. It could print from and also scan to memory cards, scan as an attachment to an e-mail; to a PC; or a network drive. You could sneak peek photos on its 3.5-inch LCD touch display. This is a handsome MFP, shiny black with beveled front as well as side panels as well as rounded corners, as well as a cover hiding the flatbed ahead. (A white version with black trim is additionally offered.) The front panel's focal point is the touch screen. The only various other switch, likewise a touch-sensitive online button, is the on/off button. The MG6320 measures 5.9 by 18.4 by 14.6 inches (HWD) as well as evaluates 18.3 pounds. It's considerably more compact than the Canon Pixma MG5320 Wireless Inkjet Image All-in-One, though it does not have much of that MFP's 300-sheet paper capability. The MG6320 has a 125-sheet major paper tray plus a 25-sheet picture tray that fits 4-by-6 paper, and also a built-in automatic duplexer. This design includes the capability to print on printable optical discs, or on CD, DVD, or Blu-ray situations. The two paper trays are piled together best beneath the fold-open result tray, a layout that makes efficient use of area. 

The MG6320 has 6 ink tanks: pigment black; yellow; cyan; magenta; color black; and grey; the latter two to boost photo quality. A program in the software suite allows you establish the message as well as images for printing on optical discs, and provides a choice of design templates. My Image Garden allows you arrange photos and easily utilize them in creative projects. Mobile Printing, This AirPrint suitable MFP likewise supplies access to Pixma Cloud Link, which allows you print images from on the internet image cds; and also Google Cloud Print, which lets you send files to your printer from any kind of Web-connected computer system, mobile phone, or gadget. You could print images straight from your video camera with its PictBridge WLAN. It has memory-card slots for a range of layouts in the CF, SD, and also MS Duo family members. Connectivity, It uses Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and also USB connectivity; I checked it over a wired network with drivers set up on a COMPUTER running Windows View. 

Along with a host-based motorist, which mounts by default, one can optionally mount (by checking a box) an XPS chauffeur, which lets you print out records produced in the XML Paper Spec (XPS) paper format that Microsoft developed. Many individuals will just require the host-based motorist, which is the one I evaluated it with. Print Rate, The Canon Pixma MG6320 published out the latest version of our service applications collection (as timed by QualityLogic's software and hardware) at a speed of 2.4 effective pages each min (ppm), which is slow for an inkjet MFP in its rate range. Output Top quality, General output top quality was regular of an inkjet, with message high quality a little above average, graphics top quality on the reduced side of standard, as well as photo high quality average for inkjets. Text quality may be good enough, depending on just how particular you are, for records such as resumes with which you wish to create a good aesthetic perception, yet except uses that require really small font styles such as demanding desktop publishing applications. 

As for graphics, a few of the images looked a little bit low-key, with under-saturated shades. Very slim colored lines were barely noticeable. Many pictures showed dithering in the form of fine graininess as well as dot patterns. Posterization (the tendency for sudden shifts in colors in position where they ought to be gradual) was visible in one picture. Running Costs, The price each printed page for the MG6320, based on the most cost-effective cartridges, is 4.6 cents each monochrome web page and also 13.5 cents per shade page, a little on the high side. Although these ink costs hold the same to those of both the Epson XP-600 and XP-800, they can't compete with the ESP 3.2, for which Kodak claims 3.2 cents each monochrome and 9.5 cents per shade web page. The Canon Pixma MG6320 Wireless Picture All-in-One Printer is a good-looking as well as well designed home-centered MFP. It has solid output high quality, with above-par text for an inkjet. It is slow for its cost; we have actually seen quicker MFPs such as the Editors' Choice Kodak ESP 3.2 for significantly less. 

The ESP 3.2 likewise has significantly lower running expenses. The Kodak has far better photo top quality than the MG 6320, but has reduced (100-sheet) paper ability as well as does not have Ethernet connection.

Canon PIXMA MG6320 Specifications
  • Printer Category: Ink Jet
  • Type: All-In-One
  • Color or Monochrome: 1-pass color
  • Ink Jet Type: Photo All-Purpose
  • Connection Type: USB, Ethernet, Wireless
  • Maximum Standard Paper Size: Legal
  • Number of Cartridges: 6
  • Number of Ink Colors: 6
  • Direct Printing from Cameras: Yes (via cable)
  • Direct Printing from Media Slots: CompactFlash Type I, CompactFlash Type II, Microdrive, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro Duo, Secure Digital, MultiMedia Card, Secure Digital High Capacity
  • LCD Preview Screen: Yes
  • Scanner Type: Flatbed
  • Scanner Optical Resolution: 4800 pixels per inch
  • Maximum Scan Area: 8.5" x 11.7"
  • Standalone Copier and Fax: Copier
  • Print Duplexing: Automatic
  • uplexing Scans: Manual duplex (software automatically interfiles pages)
  • Cost Per Page (Mono): 4.6 cents
  • Cost Per Page (Color): 13.5 cents
  • Claimed lifetime for photos - dark storage: 300 years
  • Claimed lifetime for photos - framed behind glass: 30 years
  • Claimed lifetime for photos - exposed: 20 years
  • Water/smudge proof or resistant: Yes
  • Tech Support: Online and phone support; 1 year warranty with instant exchange.

Canon PIXMA MG6320 Wireless Setup

  • Find instructions on how to setup the wireless connection on your PIXMA MG6320 printer and also how to reset the printer to factory settings.
  • Some access points (sometimes referred to as routers or hubs) feature an automatic connection button labeled “WPS” which stands for Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
  • This allows permitted devices such as your PIXMA MG6320 to connect to your network without needing to enter a password and it enables a quick and easy method of connecting your devices.
  • This method is by far the simplest way of connecting your PIXMA MG6320, so if your access point has a WPS button, please select the ‘WPS Connection Method’ tab below for instructions on connecting using this method.
  • If your router does not support WPS, we have provided alternative instructions to get your PIXMA MG6320 connected, so please select the 'Standard Connection Method' tab below. 

Setting up PIXMA MG6320 Wireless Connection

  1. Press the [Home] Button (A) on the printer.
Step 2
  1. Use the buttons (A) to select [WLAN Setup] icon.
  2. Press the left function button (B).
  3. The (blue) Wi-Fi lamp (C) lights up when the wireless connection is enabled.
  4. The printer will now automatically search for access points supporting the WPS feature.
Step 3
  1. The display on printer should be shown as below -
  2. Press and hold the [WPS] button on your access point for approximately 5 seconds, then release. 
  3. For exact instructions on starting WPS on your access point, please refer to its user guide.
  4. Press the [OK] button on the printer within 2 minutes.
  5. The (blue) Wi-Fi lamp on the printer flashes while searching for or connecting to the access point.
  6. When the screen below [Connected to the access point] is displayed, Press the [OK] button to complete the setup

Canon PIXMA MG6320 Wireless Setup Mac OS

  1. To begin setup of your PIXMA MG6320 on your wireless network, you must first download the software to your computer. Click here to download. After the file, mac-MG6320 -1_0-mcd.dmg , has downloaded successfully, double-click it to start the install procedure. Click Next on the first screen.
  2. Network Requirements, Before connecting the machine to the network, make sure that configuration of the computer and access point or router is complete, and that the computer is connected to the network.
  3. Wireless Connection, Before connecting the machine to the network, the computer needs to be connected to the network. Make sure that configuration of the computer and access point or router is complete.
Setup 1
  1. The configuration, router functions, setup procedures and security settings of the network device vary depending on your system environment. For details, refer to your device's instruction manual or contact its manufacturer.
  2. In an office setup, consult your network administrator
  3. If you connect to a network that is not protected with security measures, there is a risk of disclosing data such as your personal information to a third party.
  4. Place the machine and computer on the same network segment.
Setup 2
  1. Software Installation To use the machine by connecting it to a computer, software including the drivers needs to be copied (installed) to the computer's hard disk. Installation time varies depending on the computer environment or the number of application software to be installed.

Canon PIXMA MG6320 Setting up the Network Connection

  1. Log on as the administrator (or a member of the Administrators group).
  2. Quit all running applications before installation.
  3. Do not switch users during the installation process.
  4. Internet connection may be required during the installation. Connection fees may apply. Consult the internet service provider.
  5. If the firewall function of your security software is turned on, a warning message may appear that Canon software is attempting to access the network. If such a warning message appears, set the security software to always allow access.
  6. If your MG6320 has already been set up for on your wireless network , it is only necessary to install the software on the additional computer(s). The printer does not have to be reset and no additional settings need to be made.
  7. To begin setup of your PIXMA MG6320 on your wireless network, you must first download the software to your computer.
  8. After the file, mac-MG6320 -1_0-mcd.dmg , has downloaded successfully, double-click it to start the install procedure.
  9. Click Next on the first screen. If prompted, enter the Administrative Password to continue.
  10. Click Next on the following screen.
  11. Continue following on-screen instructions. On the Printers on Network List, select your printer (its serial number will be listed in the Serial Number column) and click Next.
  12. Continue following on-screen instructions. On the Software Installation List, select *software to install and click Next. (*MP Drivers and Canon IJ Network Tool are required and cannot be deselected. We recommend installing My Image Garden, Quick Menu and IJ Scan Utility2 to take full advantage of the printer’s features.)
  13. Continue following the on-screen instructions.
  14. When the Add Printer screen appears, click Add Printer.
  15. Select the Canon MG6320 series with Canon IJ Network listed in the Kind column, then click Add.
  16. Click Next on the Add Printer screen.
  17. Continue following on-screen instructions.
  18. When the Setup Complete screen appears, click Next.
  19. At this point, setup of the printer and network is complete. Continue to follow any remaining on-screen instructions to finish and exit the setup program.
Operating System Support:
Windows 10 / Windows 10 (x64) / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8.1 (x64) / Windows 8 / Windows 8 (x64) / Windows 7 / Windows 7 (x64) / Windows Vista / Windows Vista (x64) / Windows XP / Macintosh / Mac OS X (10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9/10.10/10.11) / Linux.

Canon PIXMA MG6320 Driver Download

Operating System
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series Mini Master Setup (OS X 10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series Mini Master Setup (Windows 8.1/8.1 x64/8/8 x64/7/7 x64/Vista/Vista64/XP)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series CUPS Printer Driver Ver. (Mac)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series MP Drivers Ver. 1.01 (Windows 10/10 x64/8.1/8.1 x64/8/8 x64/7/7 x64/Vista/Vista64/XP)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 ICA Driver Ver. 3.3.4 (OS X 10.6)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series CUPS Printer Driver Ver. (OS X 10.5/10.6)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series Scanner Driver Ver.19.0.0b (Mac)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series XPS Printer Driver Ver. 5.60a (Windows)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 ScanGear MP Ver. 2.00 for Linux (Source file)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 IJ Printer Driver Ver. 3.80 for Linux (Source file)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series IJ Printer Driver Ver. 3.80 for Linux (Debian Packagearchive)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series IJ Printer Driver Ver. 3.80 for Linux (rpm Packagearchive)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series ScanGear MP Ver. 2.00 for Linux (Debian Packagearchive)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series ScanGear MP Ver. 2.00 for Linux (rpm Packagearchive)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 ICA Driver Ver. 4.0.0 (Mac)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series User Manual (Windows)
Canon PIXMA MG6320 series User Manual (Mac)

Setup Driver Installations For Windows:
  1. Steps to install the downloaded software and driver for Canon PIXMA MG6320 Series:
  2. Once the download is complete and you are ready to install the files, click Open Folder, and then click the downloaded file. The file name ends in exe.
  3. You can accept the default location to save the file. Click Next, and then wait while the installer extracts the files to prepare for installation on your computer or laptop.
  4. If you closed the Download Complete screen, browse to the folder where you saved the exe file and then double click.
  5. When the Install Wizard starts, follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
  6. When finished restart your computer or laptop
  7. Then do a test print and scan test
  8. If the test print and scan no problem, then we have managed to install the driver
Steps to uninstall the drivers from your computer or laptop:
  1. Open Control Panel, then click uninstall a program
  2. Double click on the printer you want to uninstall, and then click ok
  3. When the end of the uninstalls wizard, click Finish.
Canon PIXMA MG6320 Installing a new device
  1. Open Windows Device Manager.
  2. In the Device Manager make sure the device you're attempting to install is not already listed from past install attempts. If the device is found highlight it and remove it from Device Manager to prevent any conflicts during the install.
  3. Once Device Manager looks ok to reboot the computer.
  4. As the computer is rebooting an install new hardware wizard should appear if Windows detects the new hardware using this wizard you should be able to point Windows to the folder containing your drivers either on the CD, diskette, or the folder containing the files you downloaded.
  5. If Windows does not detect any new hardware open Control Panel and double-click the Add hardware icon to run the hardware detection wizard. During the steps, you will have an option to tell Windows you have a disk containing the drivers for your new hardware device, at this point Windows to the directory containing the drivers for your device.
Once drivers have been installed reboot.
  1. Upgrading drivers for pre-existing device
  2. Open Windows Device Manager.
  3. In the Device Manager locate the device you wish to update the drivers for.
  4. Right-click the device and click Properties.
  5. In the Properties window click the Driver tab.
  6. Click the Update Driver button.
  7. In the Hardware Update Wizard point Windows to the location of the updated drivers on your hard drive
Once drivers have been installed reboot.

Install through the .inf file
  1. Finally, if the above recommendations do not work the installation instructions for drivers and hardware devices are always contained in a .inf file that is located within the drivers.
  2. Locate the .inf for your version of Windows, right-click that file and choose the option for install. Note this is a very raw form of installing drivers and it is important that you make sure you're installing the correct .inf file and not a .inf file for another device or for a different version of Windows. Additional information and tips about locating the drivers were explained earlier in the general driver tips section.
  3. Once you have right-clicked and installed the driver, reboot the computer.
  4. One of the above three recommendations should have installed or updated the drivers successfully onto the computer. If you're still having difficulties getting the device to install it's possible you're not encountering a hardware issue and not an issue with the drivers. Refer to the troubleshooting steps for your hardware device for additional help and information.

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