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When I hit scan it only says "no scan options" and reverts back to copy mode and tries to print it instead of scanning it so I can save it to a file.

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  • pastordarrel Feb 10, 2009

    This is exactly what a novice needed.



    Pastor Darrell

  • adnans1226 Feb 11, 2009

    When I press san button. It replies "no scan option".

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Hi Pastordarrel,


The main cause of the issue is that you haven't set the "Front Panel Destination list" in the HP software. As to scan from the printer, you should be able to scan from the hp software.

1st just open the hp software, it could be the Hp Director or Hp Solution Center.
2nd Click on the Settings>> Scan settings>> Scan to setup.
3rd add all the application availabe at the left side to the right side and then click apply and ok.
4th then turn off the printer as well the hp software.
5th Turn On the printer and try scanning....

Hope this will helps you..

with regards.
Mike.....

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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