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Detach the ADF assembly. Remove the 4 case screws from the scanner bottom. The case has a notch at the back that has to be unclipped to separate the top and bottom. Clean the glass underside repeatedly, I use methylated spirits on soft toilet roll. Check in the glare of the scanner light, and reassemble.
FIRST UNINSTALL YOUR PRINTER COMPLETELY REMOVE ALL CABLES OF PRINTER (USB) REBOOT YOUR SYSTEM HAVE DRIVER CD PUT IT IN ROM(CD/DVD) INSTALL PRINTER SOFTWARE DONOT PLUG THE USB CABLE UNLESS & UNTILL PROMPTED PLUG USB WHEN ASKED FINISH INSTALLING PRINTER NOW YOU CAN FIND THE SCANNER
This model scanner doesn't have any built-in way to connect to a network. You need to connect it to one of the wired ports on your router with a USB print server like this. The server provides the link between the scanner and your network so that it can be used by any connected computer.
You must download the HP ScanJet 5300 C install and user disk for some of the basic functions to work, they are all based on Windows context and program menu. By context, we mean that the installed TWAIN driver will allow other applications to select and scan from this scanner quite easily. So once the correct drivers are downloaded, you will need a photo or scanning software, for example, Adobe Elements, MS Photoeditor, and a favorite everywhere, IRFANview which is free and available on CNET as a download. It supports all manner of import and Twain device scanning and does so with ease and many useful photo tools, too.