- press "scan" button, then press "start" button (either black or color) - a small window (MP Navigator EX - MX310 series) should appear on your computer screen - you can then choose one of the option there - place a document or photo you want to scan on the canon plate face down - then back to your computer screen and click "scan"
i have iMac and the pop up window says (MP Navigator EX - MX310 series) when i press "start" button on Canon now i'm not sure if it'll say (MP Navigator EX - MX310 series) on windows PC hope this helps. good luck.
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To scan a document using Paint in Windows XP,
follow these steps:
Click Start , point to All Programs ,
point to Accessories , and then click Paint .
Click File , and then click From Scanner
or Camera .
Click the Windows icon ( ),
click All Programs , and then click Windows Live Photo
If Windows Live Photo Gallery does not
appear in the list of programs, you can go
to the Microsoft Web site to download it, or try the next method.
Click File , and then click
Import From Camera or Scanner .
Click the product you are using to scan, and then
click Import .
Make any desired setting changes, and then click
I will list the steps that will allow you to scan your photos.
1. Turn on your computer,let it bootup, then turn on your printer.
2. Locate the "HP Imaging Director" icon on your computer ( placed there when your printer was
installed on your computer), double click it and a screen will appear which shows the scanning
options of your printer.
3. Lift the printer's lid and place a photo on the glass top.
4. Click "Scan Picture" from the scanning menu.
5. The scanning lamp will come on and make one pass under the photo, as this is happening,
your photo will appear on your monitor, allowing you to see the scanning result.
At this time,you can make adjustments, if you wish, to the scanned photo or accept it as is.
6. Click the "Accept" button and the scanning lamp will make a final pass under the photo.
7. The photo can be seen in the HP Photo Gallery or your computer's My Picture folder.
You can Scan image from the machine into a computer and save them in,JPEG,TIFF,PDF or BITMAP format.
Scanning Methods:Scanning Using The MP Navigator- Using the MP NAVIGATOR you can Scan process and save documents to your computer.On the MP Navigator 3.0 double click then open it and via:
1 Easy Photo Print(Photo Printing)
2Arcsoft Photo Studio(Photo Image editing )
I shall try to help you
a) try cleaning the glass with windex or vinegar
b) make sure the calibration strip (if there is one) is not covered
c) make sure the cariage is not lkocked (most scanners have a lock fro transport
d) remove and re-install the software
Most software has a preview button first click this.
Then you can see a dotted line rectangle around the area to be scanned.
You can move this rectangle by dragging the edges using the mouse, (hold click and drag)
Then click the scan button
This sounds like you are trying to scan images at a larger size than they actually are? I am not an expert-(but I have a Mac)-but from what I'm reading, scan your photos at a 300-600 dpi resolution, then use photo editing software to enlarge them. The higher the resolution, the more disk space and the more photo detail (i.e. cracks, dust, scratches, paper type) will be captured, and the more time it will take to scan. Also, for the white, does your scanner allow you to select the area/define borders during the pre-scan? Mine lets me drag borders to just the image area (but capture the image first, then do the cropping and editing to a copy later). Rookie2112