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Scanned image was blurry.....I tried rebooting twice, and the scanned document still appears streaky and blurry. Solution?

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Refer to this link the will help you to resolve your issue.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/solveCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=2512008

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scotti444 ,

hi! try this solution for your problem.tnx

Follow these steps to correct the problem:

  1. Open the HP Director/Solution Center software.
  2. Click Settings , click Scan Settings and Preferences , and then click Scan To....Setup . The Button Settings window will appear.
  3. The Destination List tab should be visible. The software will scan the computer and determine what scan capable programs are installed on the computer. These will be listed on the left side.
  4. Select a program you wish to scan to and then click Add to move it to the right side. Programs listed on the right will be available as scanning destinations when pressing the Scan button.
    Figure 1: Destination tab of the Button Settings
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5. On the Scan To Button tab, you may also specify what type of scan you wish to launch from the front panel and establish a default scan resolution and color depth setting.

6. Click OK to save the changes and exit the setting.

Causes:
>This error message occurs if the Scan To settings have never been set.

hope this can help you resolved your problem

regards,
coffeebeans

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