Steps to Fix Canon Printer Error B200

How to fix error B200 on canon Printers?

Ever thought what makes your Canon MP620 Printer function improperly at times? Well, the problem is with the installation process of the drivers used in your printer.

Canon printer Error b200

Canon printer Error b200

These Steps would help you to Fix Error B200:

1.  Open the cover of the printer.
2.  Remove all ink tanks from the printer.
3.  Lift up the gray locking lever on the side of the ink tank holder.
4.  Gently remove the print head from the carriage unit.
5.  Place the print head back in and lock the lever down.
6.  Place all of the ink tanks back in the printer.
7.  Close the cover and turn the printer off.
8.  Unplug the power from the printer.  Leave the power unplugged for about 5-10 minutes.
9.  Plug the power back in and turn the printer on.

This is how you can solve the driver installation issue in your Canon Printer and correct the common Canon printer error B200, at the comfort of your home, office or home office. Remember, the Canon MP620 Printer is equipped with features like auto duplexing, image editing, etc. and it offers incredible performance too. Therefore, such problem should not restrict your device in giving out the best performance.

Google buys maker of military robots

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Google has just acquired Boston Dynamics, an engineering company known for developing super-speedy, animal-like robots that has strong ties with the U.S. military.

Techno Geek silhoutte‘s insight:

Google has quietly purchased another seven robotics firms over the past six months, with some of the companies heralding the start of a "robot revolution."

 

Raibert declined to comment on the price Google paid for his company, and wouldn’t elaborate on plans for product development.

 

Boston Dynamics has built a strong reputation for its heavy-duty robots that can run faster than Usain Bolt climb walls like a gecko and jump as high as 30 feet.

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Is LinkedIn the biggest threat to print journalism?

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In just six weeks LinkedIn developed and launched its Influencer platform, granting anyone and everyone access to essays, opinion pieces and commentary from an impressive roster of bloggers. These include Barack Obama, Bill Gates, LinkedIn’s own CEO Jeff Weiner and Adam Lashinky, senior editor at large for Fortune Magazine.

Techno Geek silhoutte‘s insight:

LinkedIn has had a transformative effect on the world of recruitment, with its Talent Solutions now representing more than half of its overall revenue. But could it now be looking at print journalism with a critical eye?

Opinionated columnists and bloggers are key to driving traffic to websites and boosting print circulation. It’s how the New York Times and the Times of London justify their paywalls – as a reader you will be granted unrivaled access to leading commentary on the biggest news stories.

But what happens when you can read the opinions of high-profile bloggers elsewhere for free? The debate over paywalls lasted years as the journalism industry struggled to come to terms with the power of the internet. In just six weeks LinkedIn developed and launched its Influencer platform, granting anyone and everyone access to essays, opinion pieces and commentary from an impressive roster of bloggers. These include Barack Obama, Bill Gates, LinkedIn’s own CEO Jeff Weiner and Adam Lashinky, senior editor at large for Fortune Magazine. And then there’s Richard Branson, who has artfully played out his career in a series of publicity stunts cunningly timed to coincide with new business ventures (breaking world records for crossing the Atlantic by boat, hot air balloon adventures, dressing up as an air hostess). Branson has 2.2 million followers on LinkedIn and his most popular article (“Things I Carry: A Smartphone? I Prefer A Brilliant Assistant”) has been read 652,889 times and liked by 4,172 people. For some perspective, the Wall Street Journal’s average daily circulation, including digital hits, is 2.38 million – according to the Alliance for Audited Media. The New York Times averages 1.87 million per day.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One: 5 Things Buyers Need to Know

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“We take a look at the five most important things buyers need to know about the match up between the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One.

While much of the talk these days is about devices like the iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and HTC One Max, there are plenty of consumers that aren’t in the business of waiting to buy a smartphone.”

Techno Geek silhoutte‘s insight:

However, none of those devices will be hitting shelves any time soon as they are all rumored for the month of September with release dates that could certainly come later than that. For some smartphone shoppers, waiting a few more weeks won’t be a big deal. Many others though will likely be searching for a new smartphone right now.

Two of the smartphones that consumers will likely encounter in their search for a new smartphone are the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4, the respective flagships from their respective companies. These devices, despite the rumors, remain two of the best smartphone options on the table to consumers right now.

While they have been out for a few months, their battle is an evolving one as things have changed drastically since they first arrived on American carriers back in April of this year. In fact, there are some extremely important details that consumers should know, right now, about the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 before buying.

Here, we take a look at the five things buyers need to know about the battle between the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4.

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