While trying to copy a group of scanned files I tried creating a second folder; after realizing that would not facilitate the copy I deleted the new folder while all the files were selected -whoops! Has anyone (using this particular scanner and file manager) had any luck recovering deleted files?
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Have you cleaned the glass platen of the scanner lately? Sometimes a single particle--or smudge--can cause similar issues.
To be sure, try some glass cleaner. If this fails to work, try the following link to HP's latest driver page, especially the 'firmware upgrade' link toward the bottom:
Hope this helps!
I tried all the "decent" uninstall solutions like running HP's Level 1-4 Uninstall batch files. HP's installation software still insisted that parts were already installed. Then, with the scanner connected, the installation software got into competition with Windows also trying to install the driver. The reinstallation was no good. Solution Center wouldn't even start, preposterously announcing that it couldn't find the scanner!
When you have a reliable clone of your c:\ drive you can try daring solutions. Such as this: 1. Search the c:\ drive for files and folder with "Hewlett" or "HP" in their names. Kill them all. 2. Search the registry for keys with "Hewlett" visible or buried. Kill them all.
After 1 & 2, reinstallation worked smoothly. And my computer still works! The only evidence of the violence is an undeletable file 3963d.rbf now in c:\Config.Msi. I will report back if serious computer problems arise.
The point is that manual uninstall is possible and none of the elements are in hidden places. Someone else can determine whether both file and key deletions are necessary and exactly which ones.
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Try deleting a file called MFSLibInit which the scanner sometimes seems to erroneously create when you launch the software. The file will appear in the dimage folder (you'll find that folder in the preferences folder within the library folder). Then re-launch. This solved the problem on my powerbook but I now have a new MacBook pro and am having the same problem and this is not solving it. Good luck.