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This model scanner doesn't have any built-in way to connect to a network. You need to connect it to one of the wired ports on your router with a USB print server like this. The server provides the link between the scanner and your network so that it can be used by any connected computer.
Most likely the destination folder for the scanning is a shared folder with limited rights. As the administrator, reset the permissions for that folder or redirect the software to a common folder with read/write/creation etc... access.
Also, make sure you are using the HP provided drivers and not those from Microsoft.
I would do a manual uninstall and make sure to do the device utility at the end and follow the directions step by step from this link.
Redownload the drivers and make sure they are for 10.3.9 and the full feature software to make sure the right drivers are going to be installed.
Also I would unplug the unit while it is on and plug in directly to the wall to make sure not a power issue. The printer does not share power well and pulls it in large amounts - when it can't get it it throws little power fits and sometimes will not turn on at all or it gives error messages.