- Feb 4, 2014
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Yes, Guys using non OEM chips could run into problems at a later date…No, but someone who refilled has also reset the chip
As to why Canon don’t do that is a mystery, but you do get the nagging pop ups each time you go to print something, when you have disabled the ink monitoring..'Dear customer - be informed that the use of non-Epson cartridges may cause print quality problems etc............' and this every time again with every cartridge change, so it is apparently easy for the firmware/driver to recognize that condition.
OK, just discovered this site after I tried to install the new firmware. I got the attached error, which after I reading the threads maybe a good thing. My printer works fine, I use Canon ink, at least I think it is. Although I have several low ink warnings. My USB seems fine, any ideas, in case I have a stay at home moment.
Same error here.. tried on PC and on Mac, several usb cables, redownloaded firmware files etc.. i did everything.
Contacted Canon's worthless support center about it. Their reply was to try another usb cable, disable firewall, try on another computer. Nothing else. It was like replies from chat bots.