Uninstall everything that has to do with your old HP printer, drivers, photo processing, etc. Reinstall software with J4580 printer. That should open HP Digital Imaging Monitor where you can set scanning options. Plug printer into the back opf your computer. Plug power supply directly into the wall socket.
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Are you trying to print from a pc or do a copy?
Button 11 Fax: Places the HP All-in-One in fax mode and presents the Fax Menu. Press Fax repeatedly to scroll through the options in the Fax Menu. Button 12 Scan: Places the HP All-in-One in scan mode and presents the Scan To menu for selecting a scan destination.
Button 13 Copy: Places the HP All-in-One in copy mode and presents the Copy Menu. Press Copy repeatedly to scroll through the options in the Copy Menu.
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I have window XP proffetional installed on my pc, installed the HP 5610 all in one drivers, but my scan option is not working it gives me the error that '' no scan options, refer todevice documentation to troubleshooting'' but the copy and print as well as fax option are workin fine. please healp.
You need to set up the software on the iMac. The reason it gives you that error message is because it can't communicate with the computer and imaging software as the computer doesn't see the scanner and can't communicate with the printer's control interface. The iMac may see the printer and be able to print without any additional software because the driver package for the printer portion may already be installed with the OS X HP printer driver support. You didn't mention whether or not you could print from OS X. I am assuming you can. Faxing and copying from the unit doesn't use the computer at all and doesn't need to communicate with it. Scanning and printing do. If you can't print either then none of the driver or support software is installed and you have to set it up. You can get the instructions for setting the printer up in OS X 10.5 from HP. Just click here and it will take you to the page with the instructions.