Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Canon PIXMA MG7560 Setup & Driver Download

Canon PIXMA MG7560 Driver Download, Manual Installations, Wireless Setup

Canon PIXMA MG7560 Setup & Driver Download
Canon PIXMA MG7560

As a company notable for cameras that take great photos, we’ve come to expect the same high-quality output from Canon’s printers. The Pixma MG7560 is up to this heritage. As a competent six-color photo printer, the MG7560 delivers quality photo prints that will make amateur photographers happy, while home users will acknowledge the arts & crafts features. The scan and copy functions do the printer able, and the Web and cloud function allow the machine to function on it's own, printer without being fastened to a computer. Features And Design, The MG7560 is a three-function all-in-one machine built around a photo printer engine, which means the ink system adds two colors – pigment black to supplement the dye-based black, and gray – to the standard CMYK. Those special inks give extra detail in shaded areas where CMYK-only printers tend to lose traits in photo prints. You can print, scan, and copy, but Canon’s Pixma photo printers (designated by the MG in its model name) don’t have fax capability – something greatest home users won’t need. This Canon flagship customer photo printer has a very sleek design (it measures 17.2 x 14.6 x 5.9 inches and shows a slender 17.4 pounds, giving it small and lightweight). At the top is a flatbed scanner with an optical resolution of 2400×4800 dpi; because MG photo printers aren’t expected for office use, there is no automated paper feeder.
The front has a 3.5-inch wash touchscreen, plus a sensor field for Canon’s Pixma Touch and Print NFC (near-field information) feature for wireless printing using NFC-compatible Android smartphones. To use Touch and Print, you will want to use the Pixma Printing Solutions app on your phone, but what annoyed us was that there’s documentation that explains the setup process (we had to track one down online). The Canon PIXMA MG7560 Printer provides a host of mobile and Web-connected features, like cloud printing or access to Facebook. Besides NFC, the MG7560 offers wired Ethernet, USB, Wi-Fi, and Wireless PictBridge connectivity options (the latter only works with a few Canon camera). There’s more a multi-format memory card reader that supports SD, SDHC, MiniSD, MicroSD, MicroSDHC, and various Memory Stick setups. Under this panel are two paper trays. The central shelf holds up to 120 sheets of letter-sized paper, which isn’t a lot. The second shelf is only for photo paper and holds up to 20 sheets of 4 x 6 or 5 x 7 photo newspaper. Larger photo paper sizes do support into the main paper tray. The printer can make two-sided (duplex) prints – an excellent feature to look for canon. The inks are available in standard dimensions and high size (XL). Ink prices vary between $12 and $23 per cartridge. With the XL cartridges, the color cartridges yield about 360 pages; 275 sheets for the gray ink; 1,125 sides for black; and 3,900 sheet for pigment black – a color that is checked only sparingly.

The standard cartridges have estimated yields of 168 (color), 125 (gray), 495 (black), and 3,050 (pigment black) pages. To the cloud While printers are seen as essential computer peripherals anymore, companies like Canon are placing extra value on them. As with many printers these days, the MG7560 provides a host of mobile and Web-connected points, so we need to talk a little bit about the program, which Canon calls Pixma Printing Solutions (PPS). Users can access the PPS functions through an app for Android and iOS, or via the touchscreen of the printer. The printer supports Apple AirPrint for print from Apple devices, as well as cloud-based printing solutions like Google Cloud Print and Canon’s own IJ Cloud Print. Of course, to use any more Web features, the MG7560 must have a link to the Internet. Setup is almost painless: download the app from their respective stores, or go through the MG7560’s setup menus, and just follow the installation prompts. To use Google Cloud Print or Canon IJ Cloud Print, you will need to have accounts established with either service before you connect to them; the printer guides you through registration. Besides the cloud platforms, you can access content on various Web services. Once you’ve registered your printer with something called the Canon Cloud Link Server, you can download statements such as Picasa Web Albums direct to the printer.

Your package also links to your accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Dropbox, etc. When setting up, these are accessible from the “Cloud” icon on the LCD’s home screen, and you can print photos or texts stored on these services.Not joined to PPS is Creative Park Premium, online support from Canon that provides a broad type of printable crafts you can print through the MG7560. What's In The Box, Packed in the box is the MFP, the power cord, a set of six starter ink cartridges, a setup CD, and a unique tray for printing on printable CDs or DVDs. Canon also introduces a small sample pack of photo paper. Performance And Use, Setting up the MFP is straightforward. The installation rule on the included CD (you all can also download the software from Canon’s website) drives you through the process of installing the print and scan drivers. You can also connect Canon’s Quick Menu, which takes up the bottom right corner of your screen; we didn’t bother, as past reviews of this feature found it unnecessary for actually using the printer. The individual inks give extra detail in shaded areas of photos. In extension to a wired USB connection, we also set up the printer for wireless. If your Wi-Fi router supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup or WPS, connecting the printer to the network is quick and painless.

The entire process took about a minute. If WPS isn’t available, just follow through the usual prompts of searching and connecting to the network. The MG7560 performs very well. Canon rates the print speed at about 15 pages per minute (ppm) when printing in black and 10 ppm in color. In our test, which involves writing a Word document of mostly black text with a small color logo, the MG7560 churned out pages at a rate of 15 ppm. Canon touts the MG7560 as a flagship photo-capable home printer, and our tests reaffirmed this. We printed our three test images on a variety of Canon photo papers, as well as Hammermill Premium Inkjet and Laser Paper (an original article you can purchase at office supply stores). On the photo papers, colors were accurate and nicely saturated. On the Hammermill paper, the saturation fell off somewhat because of ink wicking down into the article, but we judge the output quality on this document to be excellent for things like school releases. In testing the copying speed, we found it acceptable, but still slow – a universal complaint with the preponderance of inkjet-based AiOs. The scanner produces output that’s color accurate and provides fine detail. The lack of an ADF on the scanner makes limit scanning and copying double-sided or multiple page documents.

Conclusion. As a photo printer, the MG7560 is excellent. Base users will appreciate the photo quality prints and utility for doing craft plans such as greeting cards, calendars, and others. Our one complaint is that, to the asking price, we do wish Canon should add an ADF to the scanner; other vendors, like Epson printers, have. We didn’t miss the fax. Otherwise, the MG7560 has a lot going for it. It can print onto optical media, supports NFC, makes excellent quality output, and access a type of Web- and cloud-based help. With it's easy to navigate the screen, all of these make the MG7560 an excellent choice for the home photographer or crafts aficionado Canon PIXMA MG7560 Driver Download, Manual Installations, Wireless Setup for Windows, Mac OS, Linux.

Canon PIXMA MG7560 Printer Specifications
  • Printing Resolution: 9600 (horizontal) x 2400 (vertical) dpi. 
  • Supported Paper Sizes: A4, Letter. Legal, A5, B5, Envelopes (DL, COM10), 4”x6”, 5”x7”, 8”x10”. 
  • Paper Weight: Plain Paper: 64-105g/m2. Canon specialty paper (max paper weight): approx 300g/m2 (PT-101).. 
  • Ink Droplet Size:1pl/2pl/5pl (C/M/GY), 5pl (Dye BK/Y), 13pl (PgBK). 
  • Print Speed: B&W: 15.0 ipmColour: 10.0 ipm4”X6” Photo: Approx. 21 seconds. 
  • Ink Tanks: PGi650BK, CLi651BK, CLi651C, CLi651M, CLi651Y, CLi651GY(optional XL ink tanks also available). 
  • Wireless LAN Network Type: IEEE802.11n, IEEE802.11g, IEEE802.11b. 
  • Wireless LAN Security: WEP64/128bit, WPA-PSK(TKIP/AES), WPA2-PSK(TKIP/AES). 
  • Mobile Phone/Tablet Printing: Print/Scan with any Apple or Android devices through the PIXMA Printing Solutions App. Access Point Mode enables printing directly without a router. Cloud integration with Cloud Print Apps. Apple AirPrint supported. 
  • Camera/Memory Card Printing: WiFi PictBridge Printing with compatible Canon Cameras. Print from Memory Cards Slots for direct photo printing. (SD, SDHC, Mini SD). 
  • Special Copy Functions: Two-sided, borderless, 2 on 1, 4 on 1, fit-to-page, disc label, frame erase. 
  • Scanning Bit Depth (Input/ Output): Greyscale: 16bit/8bit, Colour: 48bit/24bit (RGB each 16bit/8bit). 
  • Cloud Apps: Using PIXMA Print Solution apps connect to your Picasa Web Albums Evernote, Photo bucket, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Dropbox, Creative Park Premium. 
  • Software Included: My Image Garden, Easy WebPrint EX (IE7+ only), Canon Solution Menu, Adobe RGB, On Screen Manual. 
  • Wi-Fi: Yes. 
  • Power Consumption: approx. 1.0W. 
  • Dimensions: Approx. 435 x 370 x 148 mm. 
  • Weight: Approx. 7.9kg 

Canon PIXMA MG7560 Wireless Setup

  1. Find instructions on how to setup the wireless connection on your PIXMA MG7560 printer and also how to reset the printer to factory settings.
  2. Some access points (sometimes referred to as routers or hubs) feature an automatic connection button labeled “WPS” which stands for Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
  3. This allows permitted devices such as your PIXMA MG7560 to connect to your network without needing to enter a password and it enables a quick and easy method of connecting your devices.
  4. This method is by far the simplest way of connecting your PIXMA MG7560, so if your access point has a WPS button, please select the ‘WPS Connection Method’ tab below for instructions on connecting using this method.
  5. If your router does not support WPS, we have provided alternative instructions to get your PIXMA MG7560 connected, so please select the 'Standard Connection Method' tab below.
Setting up PIXMA MG7560 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 MG7560 Wireless Setup Mac OS
  1. To begin setup of your PIXMA MG7560 on your wireless network, you must first download the software to your computer. Click here to download. After the file, mac-MG7560 -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 MG7560 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 MG7560 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 MG7560 on your wireless network, you must first download the software to your computer.
  8. After the file, mac-MG7560 -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 MG7560 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 / Windows XP (x64) / Macintosh / Mac OS X (10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9/10.10) / Linux.

Canon PIXMA MG7560 Driver Download

Operating System
Canon PIXMA MG7560 series Full Driver & Software Package (OS X)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 series Full Driver & Software Package (Windows 10/10 x64/8.1/8.1 x64/8/8 x64/7/7 x64/Vista/Vista64/XP)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 series CUPS Printer Driver Ver. (Mac)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 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 MG7560 series CUPS Printer Driver Ver. (OS X 10.6)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 ICA Driver Ver. 4.1.3 (Mac)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 XPS Printer Driver Ver. 5.80 (Windows)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 ICA Driver Ver. 3.3.4 (OS X 10.6)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 ScanGear MP Ver. 3.00 for Linux (Source file)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 IJ Printer Driver Ver. 5.00 for Linux (Debian Packagearchive)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 IJ Printer Driver Ver. 5.00 for Linux (rpm Package archive)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 IJ Printer Driver Ver. 5.00 for Linux (Source file)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 ScanGear MP Ver. 3.00 for Linux (Debian Packagearchive)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 ScanGear MP Ver. 3.00 for Linux (rpm Packagearchive)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 series (PDF) User Manual (Mac)
Canon PIXMA MG7560 series (PDF) User Manual (Windows)

How to Setup Install Canon PIXMA MG7560 Printer Driver For Windows:
  1. First you first download the printer driver
  2. Once you are ready to download you will have the canon printer driver installed, Download preemptively on the link below
  3. Please double click on the printer driver file you have downloaded earlier
  4. The first is the desktop screen that will display the area and please Select Select your residence. Select Asia and click Next. Then the choice of installation method will appear.
  5. Click "Easy Install" especially for beginners. Because this is an easy installation without further setup.
  6. On the confirmation page. Click "Install"
  7. Will Show three installation steps are: License, Installation and Setup. Click "Yes" and wait until the installation is complete
  8. Done
Steps to Uninstall the Canon PIXMA MG7560 drivers from your PC 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.

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