An empty Ink Cartridge or Outdated printer driver can cause this Canon printer error b203. You’ll need to Update the Canon Printer Driver. The causes and solutions are given in this article.
Causes: Canon Printer Error b203
- Low ink in the Ink Cartridge.
- Outdated Printer Driver.
- Jammed Paper.
- No Internet connection.
How to fix Canon Printer Error b203?
We’re discussing 5 methods of resolving Canon Printer Errors:-
Perform Power Cycle :
- The power cycle is similar as restart Canon Printer.
- Turn off the Canon printer and detach all the power cables.
- Press the “Power” button and wait for a while.
- Connect all the cables again and switch on both devices.
- Test a print job and check whether the error still appears or not.
Replace ink cartridge :
First, detach all the cables and check whether the Ink Cartridge is working or not. If it is empty refill Canon ink Cartridge once again. Sometimes inappropriate position of the cartridge may cause this error. Clean Canon ink Cartridge and replace canon cartridge.
Check the Network status :
A slow internet connection is one of the most common reasons. So for resolving this error b203 check network connection on printer. Change IP Addresses or change internet settings.
Remove jammed paper :
Detach the power cables and open the printer cover. Check if a piece of paper is stuck inside the printer because it jammed the paper. Remove jammed paper and plug the cables again. Check if the error still persists or not.
Update the Printer Driver :
Press the Windows + R key and type devmgmt.msc. Open the device manager and Update Canon Printer Driver. After completing the updating process restart device again.
Some Canon Printer Errors E50, E51, 099, 6502, 7800, 5800, 5100, 5200, 306, 2 140 21, 6000, E04, 853, E59