Question about HP Officejet 5780 Printer
When I press the Staart Scan button or Scan to button, I get a message saying please refer to device documentation to troubleshoot. I don't have a manual .What do I do?
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
You need to have "Scan" on your printer.
Insert what you want scanned where you would photo-copy and push "scan". Follow your prompts on screen.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
SOURCE: Scanner hp 1315
I don't have a Mac, so not entirely exact on your solution. But, I do have a suggestion to try -
if you use a scanner, you probably have a photo editing software of some kind (like Photo Shop, Paint Shop Pro, etc etc). Within that program, there is an option to obtain the image from a scanner. You should be able to use that function instead. I know that with my WinXP, I could import from the scanner in Paint Shop Pro MUCH easier than trying to use the actual HP buttons on the 1315.
Please note that the 1315 will also only scan flat items well. If it is 3D, like jewelry or oddly shaped objects, you'll only get fuzzy-edged pictures. The 1315 has no depth perception, no matter what setting combination you use. Not HP's finest moment, for sure. I had this printer for a month or two before I was fed up, and went back to a separate printer and scanner! : /
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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