Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
I need to scan for my online homework, I cant get the scanner to work everything else is o.k with the print and fax portion of the printer.
I have a CD with the name Software and Documentation CD kit 439956-B26
vp15 / vp17 / vp19 /
w1707 / w1907 / w2007 /
w2408 / fp1707 /wf1907 LCD Monitors
I'm not sure if this CD is for my computer or printer, this is the only one I have
When I select the scan option with the arrow and I then press the green button to start the scan process. A red exclamation sign flashes.
This is my first time trying to use the scanner.
Please Please help , Evelyn 512-365-2300
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP All-in-one will not scan
I think I have the solution for you (after facing similar problem). Try installing the drivers and then go to my computer right click on the HP and select "Scan using wizard". My HP is able to scan using this method although I still can't scan using the button on the printer so if you don't mind clicking the mouse instead of the printer's button you should be fine. Let me know if it worked. Cheers, D.
Posted on Jul 14, 2007
SOURCE: wont' send a fax
In my experience, anything plugged up to a phone line can be some of the most susceptible to electric discharge. Thunderstorms, power surges, brown out, all of these can cripple or kill a fax machine. When I saw this symptom on a fax, 9 times out of 10 it was caused by a power surge of some sort. The line error is most likely the machine's outgoing line has been zapped. The 775 (and it's father, the 770) are some of the most straightforward faxes I have dealt with when it comes to faxing. There is no internal setting that I am aware of that would inhibit the sending of faxes. I would double check the transmission report to make sure that the machine isn't doing something weird like adding extra digits to the numbers you are dialing. It would still be worth your time to try a few things, though. I would plug the fax into another phone jack using a different phone cord if available. Also try using the fax as a telephone, call a number and see if you can connect. If you can, make sure both parties can hear each other clearly. If you can not, the machine will need to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
SOURCE: we buy canon copier ir3035
(This is for your information)First ur problem is not mentioned clearly. You are mentioning network printing is having problem (this is ok) but it is not clear that printing from USB is having problem or not. And you did not mention the type and version of your operating system(OS) and the nature of your network. Installing driver is very crucially depend upon the OS and the type of network that you are having.
Let assume that you are having genuine MS Windows 2003 Server as the backbone of your network and genuine MS Windows XP SP2 as the OS of the client PCs. Some basic knowledge of networking is required to understand and execute the remedy mention below. And you should read completely first before trying out this.
For network printing problem of Canon ir3035, first check the physical network cable(UTP) if it is properly crimped & properly connected, then check the connectivity by pinging the IP of the copier (which is needed to set manually if there is no DHCP server in the network). If the copier is responding properly. Check again by pinging the server from the copier (which you will find under MENU and NETWORK OPTIONS of the copier). If both the way is responding properly uninstall the printer driver totally and restart the system. Re-install the USB driver first and then re-installed the network driver (before re-installing the network driver first check whether it has got the required IP from the DHCP server, if not assigned one according to your network). If there is no error message during the installation of the USB driver(normally USB installation does not show any error), USB printing should be ok. Thus USB case is close.
Then check the network by using the same procedure mention above. If everything is ok, you can carry out the installation process for network driver. This way there should be no network printing problem. If still there is the problem please check that you are not using pirated copy of OS. Network printing for ir3035 is not ok if pirated copy of OS is used. You have to get a genuine copy and will solved the problem A to Z.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
Yes that worked!! I unplugged it, and kept the red stop button push in while plugging back in and it cleared it out! THANK YOU!
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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