Press the Image Quality button four times, or until the top and bottom lights are on in that section of the panel. The lights are "Normal" and "Color" - this turns on the color function. Now you need to check the main panel menu for how many DPI you want the file to be set at. I find good quality at 200 DPI; higher will be a huge file and it will scan very slowly.
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Welcome [ What's in the Box ~ The Xerox DocuMate 510 Scanner ~ What You Need ~ Documentation ]
Installation [ Before You Begin ~ Step 1: Assemble the Scanner ~ Step 2: Install the Software ~ Step 3: Connect the Power Supply ~ Step 4: Connect the USB Cable and Turn on the Power ~ Additional Applications Available with Your Scanner ~ View the User Guides ~ Register Your Scanner and Check for Updates ]
Scanning [ Loading Documents to Scan ~ Load a Stack of Documents ~ Load a Single Page ~ Scan from the One Touch Button Panel ~ Check the Scan Settings Before Scanning ~ Using the One Touch Panel ~ About the One Touch Button Panel's Names and Icons ~ The Default One Touch Settings for Your Scanner ~ Configuring the One Touch Buttons ~ About the One Touch Properties Window ~ Selecting New Settings for a Button ~ Setting Destination Application Properties ~ Selecting Document and Page Format Options ~ Scanning with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) ~ Renaming a One Touch Button ~ Selecting Options for a Button ~ Creating a New Scan Configuration ~ Editing or Deleting Scan Configurations ~ Configure Before Scan ~ Scan and Burn to a CD ~ Scanning with Event Forwarding ~ Creating an HTML Web Page from Your Scanned Documents ~ Transferring Scanned Documents to Storage ~ Checking the Hardware and Setting the Lamp Power Saving ]
Scanning with the TWAIN Interface from PaperPort [ Accessing the TWAIN Interface from PaperPort ~ The Two TWAIN Interface Options ~ Scanning from the TWAIN Basic Interface ~ Scanning from the TWAIN Advanced Interface ~ Adjusting the Image with the Advanced Interface ~ Adjusting the Resolution ~ Adjusting the Brightness and Contrast ~ Adjusting Gamma, Saturation, and Color Hue ~ Adjusting Input Size ~ Creating a New Advanced Interface Profile ~ Display the Device Configuration ~ Setting Up PaperPort to Work with Your Scanner ]
Scanning with the WIA Interface [ Fine Tuning Your Scans ]
Maintenance [ Clearing Paper Jams ~ Care and Maintenance ~ Cleaning the Scanner Glass ~ Cleaning the Automatic Document Feeder ~ Replacing the ADF Pad Assembly ~ Replacing the Roller Assembly ~ Troubleshooting ~ Error Light Troubleshooting Codes ~ Uninstalling Your Scanner ~ Uninstalling the Scanner and One Touch Software ~ Uninstalling the PaperPort Software ~ To Install Another Driver ~ Xerox DocuMate 510 Scanner Specifications ~ Xerox DocuMate 510 Parts List ]
PLEASE SEE THE COMMENTS ON INSTRUCTIONS TO REINSTALL
Have long experince with PixEdit program using Kodaks. PixEdit usually comes around it after a firmware upgrade on the scanner. Not sure about this specific model but at least OK on other models of Kodak.
If it is new, and not assuming there is a hardware problem with the scanner (some fault), might be a software problem. If the scanned image from the flabed is OK the drivers would be installed properly. You do not say which software you are using but when you have a "Professional" documentscanner and intend to use it for "production" scanning you need proper software also, To scan, to mix documents, rearrange pages, auto remove blank pages, deskew, produce small PDFs even when scanning color and so on. Look at PixEdit - it will do the job for you.
check on the flat bed part along the top. there are two white strips that go side to side. the top white strip is wider than the bottom strip right underneath it. On the thinner of the two strips, check for small black marks, can be very small. This creates a black line in the document. You can clean it with a fingernail & a tissue