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When pages come out of the copier the image is printed crooked. The paper comes out straight, so feed is correct. Image is just crooked? Why?


Does this happen when you using the document feeder?? Try placing the original document on the big glass see what happens might be you document feeder needs to be adjusted or the original document is hitting a obstruction in the path as it is being scanned. Does it print OK? Vise copy?

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Brother MFC 4800 scans are crooked.


I use 'Photoscape' as my Samsung does not have auto-straightening.
Photoscape is a free download.
First load the scan into either MS PAINT or Photoscape and add generous white borders.
Then load the bordered image into Photoscape and select the rotate symbol that looks like a curved arrow.
Slide the control left or right until scanned image aligns with grid overlay.
Then crop and save.
You'll notice that as the image is rotated, it zooms in or out.
This is why pre-made borders are added, to prevent cropping.
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Pages come out crooked and upside down on their own - not operator error! Why does this happen and can it be fixed?


I had the same problem scanning to PDFs with the CanoScan Toolbox until I went to the File Settings dialog, and unchecked the option "Detect the Orientation of Text Documents and Rotate images". Now it seems to work more predictably (no more scans that have been rotated for no apparent reason).

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Konika Minolta Copier prints half dark pages


If it is only causing an image problem when you copy and not when you print, then there is something wrong with the optics under the glass. Check and see if you have any mirrors out of place or if the scanner looks crooked. If you have the machine set up to scan try and scan to SMB or email to see if it still has the problem. If everything looks correct under the glass and scans to SMB and email look bad like the copies, you may have a bad CCD assembly, or a bad board.

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All my scans on my HP C4480 come out crooked. They are straight on the preview, then when they scan and appear on my desktop, they are crooked. Arrghh.


Same problem. They scan on a perfect 90 degree angle. NOTHING fixes it and it's not intuitive. These printers are designed for optimal frustration and anger.

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Scanjet 5590 wont scan straight images


I have the same problem. It's very frustrating!

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Scan to computer


Several ways to control your scanner:

From this HP link
Changing scan settings in HP Director

Scan settings include resolution, output type, and file type. These settings can be changed using HP Director.
  1. Open HP Director, if it is not already open:
    • Windows 2000: Click Start , click Programs , point to HP , and then click HP Director .
    • Windows XP: Click Start , click All Programs , point to HP , and then click HP Director .
  2. In the Select Device list, select your product, if it is not already selected.
  3. Click Settings , and then point to Scan Settings & Preferences .
  4. Click the scan setting menu that corresponds to the type of file you are scanning.
    • Scan picture settings : Designed for scanning pictures, including any type of non-text image, such as a drawing, logo, or photograph
    • Scan document settings : Designed for scanning documents
    • Scan preferences : Control scanning preferences, such as automatically straightening crooked images
    • Button settings and Scan to... setup : Control the defaults for the scanner buttons on the control panel of the product
    After selecting the appropriate menu, the corresponding window opens.
  5. Change settings as appropriate, and then click OK . The scan setting window closes.
  6. Click Scan Picture or Scan Document HP Director to scan with the changed settings.
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Using the Advanced Scanning Features of the HP Solution Center Softwaretoo large to paste - just follow the link above :)

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Here the main site for the scanner - click here

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Paper feeds through straight at first then scans crooked at the end


This could be because of unclean rollers. The scanner picks paper neat, but images is crooked. This is because paper is stuck on one side and the other side is contnuing on the other, giving it the skew. There may be something sticky on the roller, possibily a left over cellophane tape. Remove it and clean with Isoporpyl alcohol. Dont use solvents.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India

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Images coming out crooked when in copy mode. A hardware problem?


Ensure the guide for the plain paper onto which the image is printed, are pushed up fully. It is possible that the paper is being fed into the paper feed path at an angle if the guides are nut pushed up.

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