Question about Scanners
Dear sir i hope you can help me out on this issue, i have a canon coppier which has multifunctionality as fax printer and scanner
somehow out team put a user name and password for that and they forgot it now, i cant get inside the coppier its asking for username and password even i cant make anything in that
if i turn if off it still ask for username and password
please help me out on this issue thanks
please I have EPSON SCANNER 660 and I want download its
software to define it on computer.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
Did you plug the scanner's USB cable into the computer, BEFORE you installed the drivers?
This can lead to a driver conflict.
When a hardware device is connected to a computer, Windows automatically sets out to match up drivers for it. If no driver is found that ->directly matches the device, Windows matches up one of it's generic drivers. Kind of a "One size fits all", type of thing.
Then THE drivers are installed. Now Windows has a conflict of drivers.
Windows: "Do I use these, or THESE?"
Suggest you unplug the USB cable from the scanner to computer, (If plugged in) Turn the scanner off, and unplug it from power.
Then go to All Programs, (Start>Hover your mouse on All Programs), and look at the list to the right for the Agfa Snapscan software.
See if an "Uninstall" option is listed. If so click on it. (If it asks if you wish to save preferences - NO!)
If not, go to Add/Remove Programs, (Start>Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs), and find the Afga software in the list. Click on Remove.
DO NOT restart your computer, (Even if it asks)
Shut your computer down normally. (Start>Turn Off Computer>Shut Down)
Unplug your computer from power.
Press the Power ON button in, and Hold it in for a count of at least Five seconds. (Count, 1001,..1002,..1003,..1004,..1005)
Let go of the Power On button.
Do This ->Two more times.
What you are doing is clearing any CMOS Error Codes, (And resetting BIOS back to the factory default settings)
Plug your computer back into power. WAIT 1 minute, then turn it on.
After Windows has fully loaded, install the drivers from the CD disk you burned them to. If you didn't save the drivers to a CD disk, download the drivers again. Install them with the Installation Wizard.
After you're done, restart your computer.
After Windows has fully loaded again, plug the scanner back into power. If it sounds like it's resetting itself, wait until it's done. Now plug the USB cable into the computer from the scanner, turn the scanner on.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
SOURCE: Scanner Canon 5010c
This is a known problem with the scanner. Use PixEdit to scan which comes around this problem so the scanning terminates OK after the ADF goes empty.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
SOURCE: Cleaning the Scanner
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Posted on Aug 24, 2009
To incorporate the ability to 3-D effects a device is going to take a hit it's performance somewhere. That's the downside of purchasing new tech before it has had time to allow the development and integration of the new and old tech without hurting the over all performance.
Take a good look at Microsoft. To get that shiny new car smell out in the next gen of computers Windows, Win XP, Vista all seem to be lacking in something their predecessor's lacked. How in God's name can you make money by introducing a new OS that sucks worse then the previous OS.
Unfortunately this doesn't really solve your problems. I'm not really sure however what type of solution you are looking for though. Do you want to know how to force HP to find a solution? I doubt they will. They most likely believe the only problem is your unwillingness to change your business model to meet there products specs.
I'm not sure if this can help but you might want to check this site out. Just click the link below.
I know they deal with image quality control and consulting services. So they may be able to help with intigating the product and gaining better control over it's use. It's kind of a long shot but if your out of ideas it can't hurt. After all I'm not sure exactly how many scanners you purchased but if the figure of $22.000 worth of equipment is correct That a boat load literaly. So I would be trying anything to ghet the results I needed.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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