Question about HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I keep trying to scan a color picture using the webscan function, but at random times the preview and the scan will
(a) have a bright yellow bar in the middle
(b) be ALL bright yellow.
It's not really clear why--it just does it whenever it feels like doing it, apparently.
First thing is to make sure the glass and the white backing on the lid is VERY clean.
then go to this link to trouble shoot --
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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Clean the photo you want to scan. If you have canned air handy, blow dust and lint off the surface of the picture (not recommended for fragile photographs).
Fire up your computer and Multi-function printer. Check your connections and look the printer over, cleaning the scanning surface and the underside of the document lid.
Position the photograph face-down on the scanning surface. The alignment of your photo can be corrected in the editing process, but you can save yourself a step if you do this by hand, using the guides on the edges of the scanning area.
Shut the lid. Be careful to not disturb the picture's alignment when closing the lid.
Set the scan resolution. Increasing the dpi (dots per inch) count produces a clearer and sharper image and dramatically increases the file size.
Click the scan button on the software interface or push the button on the face of the printer. A preview of your scan should appear on your computer monitor.
Inspect the preview for any correctible flaws. If you need to start the scan over to fix something that went wrong, remember to label each scan of the same picture with a different name so you can sort through them quickly.
Choose the best version and save it to your computer's hard drive
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