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Automatic focus on Butting Target failed

When I scan an item (line, color or grayscale) I get the following message:
"Automatic focus on Butting Target failed for current picture. Make sure that butting & gain area is not covered & is clean. Default focus will be used."
Does it every time I scan. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Mar 05, 2009

    i have already created the tables and it give me yet this error...how can i do?

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Hi!. You need to create tables using the Oxyjen Installion Utlities. Make sure that your Calibration side is positioned properly and the four foucus types are calibrated. Once the tables are created, save them to the appropriate tables folder.

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Your product released before Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7, and HP has not released drivers that support scanning for your product.
You have not installed the available HP software that includes scanning.
You are troubleshooting a scanning problem and need a quick workaround until you resolve your issue.

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