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Code:5,157,61 I was able to scan document but suddenly it prompt this code:5,157,61 and indicate that the scanner is not connected or USB cable is not connected....

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Try to check control panel>device manager>check if there is an imaging device on the list. If none, it means that the computer is not detecting your printer. Try to plug it in to other port or try to use another usb cable. If still won't work, you need to uninstall and reinstall the drivers for the scanner

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Check Cannon support site, it has all solutions. Good Luck

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SOURCE: Scanning error - cannot scan error code 2,155,0 ???

Hi
I had the same problem, at first I thought that it was the original drivers (the ones I got with the printer) so I donwloaded the drivers from the canon website, this did not resolve the problem. What I also tried and it worked for me was connecting the printer to the computer with it's original usb cable. I bought a couple of weekes ago a usb extension cable (about 5 m long). With this extension cable I can print but I can't scan any document, it just gives me the same error. Hope this works also for you.
Bye
PS: My printer is a Canon Pixma MP190

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Scanner won't communicate with computer

Try this,

Go to Control Panel >> Device Manager, look for the scanner in 'Device Manager' under 'Imaging Devices'
Right click on it and select 'Uninstall' and allow it to be uninstalled.
Remove the USB lead from the scanner.
Re-boot the Computer.
Once windows appears and is ready toi use, re-connect the scanner USB lead.
Windows should re-install the drivers and tell you the scanner is ready to use................hopefully!

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Scanner not detected by Microsoft Office Document Scanning

1) Install the Microsoft Office Document Imaging feature by following the steps
given below:

1) Go to Start -> Control Panel.
2) Click the Add or Remove Programs.
3) Select the Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 and click the Change
button.
4) Click the Add or Remove Features and click on Next.
5) Select the Choose advanced customization of applications checkbox and click
Next.
6) Click on the Office Tools -> Microsoft Office Document Imaging -> Scanning, OCR
and Indexing Service Filter.
7) Select Run all from My Computer, insert the Office installation CD, and the
feature is installed.

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HOW DO I USE THE SCANNER


hi babyvale. In order to scan you must hook the scanner and the computer together with a USB cable. If you don't have one you can purchase one at walmart or staples. Once they are hooked together, a prompt will come up on your screen indicating that you are connected. Then put the document in your scanner and scan it. Finally answer the prompts on the screen Joe

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Dec 07, 2010 | Canon PIXMA MX310 All-In-One Printer

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Want to use printer to scan document to my computer, printer says to check connection when scan button is pressed. printer is directly connected to computer via USB. what do I do now


USB/PARALLEL CONNECTION USERS:
The Check Cable message generally indicates that there is a communication or connection loss between the computer and the Brother Machine. To resolve this issue perform the following steps:
PART 1: VERIFY THE CABLE CONNECTION
1. Verify that you are using the proper interface cable with your Brother machine. Brother recommends you use an interface cable that is 6 feet (2 meters) or less, directly connected from the Brother machine to an available port on your computer.
a) For USB cable users, a type A/B 1.1 or 2.0 USB cable is recommended.
b) For parallel cable users a Shielded IEEE 1284 compliant cable is recommended.
c) Other cable configurations may work, however connection loss is common. For troubleshooting purposes, do not connect your interface cable through any hubs, splitters, docking stations, or other pass-through devices.
2. Check the cable connection to the brother machine. Remove the cablefrom both the computer and the Brother machine. Leave them unplugged for a few seconds, and then reseat the cable on both ends to ensure a secure connection. For USB users, ensure the USB cable is plugged into the Brother machine's USB Port, not the LAN port if applicable.
3. Restart the Brother machine. Cycle the power off for 15 seconds, and then back on.
PART 2: VERIFY THE DRIVERS ARE INSTALLED
1. Open the Scanners and Cameras Control Panel: Click START -> (SETTINGS) -> CONTROL PANEL -> SCANNERS AND CAMERAS (Note: You may first have to click on PRINTERS AND OTHER HARDWARE or HARDWARE AND SOUND)
2. Verify that the Brother scanner is listed. If the Brother scanner is listed, continue to PART 3. If the Brother scanner is not listed, continue to PART 6 to install the driver.
PART 3: RESTART THE WINDOWS IMAGE ACQUISITION (WIA) SERVICE (WINDOWS XP/VISTA USERS ONLY)
1. On the computer, Click on START -> RUN or in the START SEARCH line.
2. Type: SERVICES.MSC and press ENTER.
3. Locate WINDOWS IMAGE ACQUISITION (WIA) Service, and double click on it.
3a. If you are not able to locate the service, this indicates and operating system issue. This service exists on all Windows XP/Vista computers. Contact your computer OEM for further support.
4. Check the STARTUP TYPE, and make sure it is set to AUTOMATIC. If itis set to anything else change it to AUTOMATIC.
5. Verify the Service Status.
a) If the Service is STARTED, press STOP, and then press START to restart the service.
b) If the Service is STOPPED press START to restart the service.
*Note: If you receive any error message while restarting the service, orare not able to start the service this indicates an operating system issue. This service controls all scanning operations. If the WIA Service is not started, you will not be able to scan from any scanner, and refer to the Computer OEM for further support.
6. Close WINDOWS IMAGE ACQUISITION (WIA) Service, and close the Services window.
7. Attempt another test scan using the SCAN button on the Brother machine. If the scan is unsuccessful, continue to PART 5.
PART 5 - APPLY THE SCANNER PATCH BrWIARegRepair.exe (WINDOWS XP/VISTA USERS ONLY)
1. While connected to the Internet, on your computer, Click on START -> RUN
2. Erase anything in the open box and type: http://209.215.81.199/download/mfc/BrWIARegRepair.exe
3. Click OK
4. Click SAVE. For the Save-In location choose DESKTOP and click SAVE again. This will save the file to the Desktop.
*NOTE: If DOWNLOAD COMPLETE appears, click CLOSE
5. Go to the Desktop and locate the zip file BrWIARegRepair
6. Click UNZIP. You will receive a message stating: 1 file unzipped successfully. Click OK and close the WinZip Self Extractor window. Thefile will automatically be extracted to a Brother folder on the desktop.
7. Go to the Desktop and locate a Brother folder. Double click the Brother folder and then double click the BrWIARegRepair.exe file in the folder.
8. When you see the following message: SETUP COMPLETED PLEASE CLICK OKAND THEN RESTART WINDOWS FOR THESE SETTINGS TO TAKE EFFECT. Code X. (NOTE: X will be 1, 2, or 3). Make a note of the code and restart your computer.
9. Once the computer restarts attempt another test scan using the SCAN button on the Brother machine. If the scan is unsuccessful, continue toPART 6.
PART 6: UNINSTALL AND REINSTALL THE BROTHER DRIVERS
Before you perform the uninstall, ensure that you have the software CD or access to the Internet to download the software needed to reinstall.
1. On the computer click on START -> (ALL) PROGRAMS -> BROTHER -> MFL-PRO SUITE -> UNINSTALL. If the software is not present continue to step 4.
2. When asked to confirm that you want to completely remove the software, click OK.
3. When the uninstall is complete, you will be prompted to restart the computer. Click YES.
4. Once the computer restarts, reinstall the software. For instructions, refer to the solution: How do I setup/install my Brother machine with a local (USB/Parallel) connection? #OR- How do I download and install my Brother machine using a local (USB/Parallel) connection?
5. Once the software has been reinstalled, attempt another test scan using the SCAN button on the Brother machine. All drivers have been reinstalled, and the issue should be resolved.

Oct 31, 2010 | Brother MFC-685cw InkJet Printer

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C4400 scanner printer will not scan to pc.


kindly uninstall the printer driver and software restart the system and don’t connect the usb cable 1st install the driver cd and when it prompt you for connect the usb cable then connect it and follow the instruction. It will resolve your problem.also change the usb cable and the usb port.

Nov 16, 2009 | HP PSC 1210 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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How do i scan the documents on to my computer


be sure that your scanner is connected to your computer using a usb wire. do not try to scan wireless. Also, put the scanner disk back in and you will be all set. just answer the prompts.

Jul 18, 2009 | HP Officejet 5610 All-In-One InkJet...

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Scanning a document


Hi,

The full version All-in-one software need to be installed to scan.

However, you haven't informed anything about the version of operating system that is installed in your computer. However, please follow the below given instructions to scan.

For XP:
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Place a document on the scanner glass and check if the USB cable is connected to the computer correctly.

Follow the below steps to Scan using WIA

1.Verify that the all-in-one product power is turned on and the printer cable is properly connected.

2.Click Start then Click All Programs then Click Accessories then Click Scanner and Camera Wizard.

3.Follow the Scanner and Camera Wizard instructions to scan images to the computer.

For Windows 2000/Me/98
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Place a document on the scanner glass and check if the USB cable is connected to the computer correctly.

1.Verify that the all-in-one product power is turned on and the printer cable is properly connected.

2.Click Start then Click Programs then Click Accessories then Click Imaging.

3.From the Imaging application, click File, and then click Select Device.

4.Select the HP all-in-one device from the TWAIN source list.

5.Click File, and then Acquire Image.

For Vista:
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Place a document on the scanner glass and check if the USB cable is connected to the computer correctly.

Scanning with Paint:
1. Click Windows.
2. Click All Programs.
3. Click Accessories.
4. Click Paint.
5. Click File and then click From Scanner or Camera.
6. Click Scan.

You can use all the above given instructions to scan.

If the full version All-in-one software is installed, please follow the instructions from the below article to get the issue resolved.

Here is the web document:

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http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&objectID=bpu04515

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Just copy and paste the entire link into the Internet browser's address bar and press enter.

Hope the above information will be helpfull.

Wish you good luck!

Regards,
Lawrence

Mar 08, 2008 | HP OfficeJet 6110 All-In-One InkJet...

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Scanner Imaging problem


Your scanner’s lock switch may be locking up the carriage unit. Depending on the model you own, your scanner’s lock switch resides in one of two locations. You can find it beneath the scanner itself or in a corner next to the scanner bed after you lift the lid. The switch should be marked with a locked and unlocked padlock symbol; slide the switch to the unlocked padlock to unlock the carriage unit.
It’s also possible that the supplied USB cable is improperly connected to your computer. Connect the cable directly to your PC. Canon’s online documentation indicates that scanners that connect via a USB hub may not work properly. Once you have unlocked your scanner and properly connected it directly to your computer, try to rescan the image.

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Red light comes when powered


Please try the following to resolve your issue:
1. Unplug the USB cable and the AC adapter from the back of the scanner.
2. Toggle the Transportation lock (located on the bottom of the scanner) back and forth 5 times, ensuring that the lock is all the way in the unlock position.
3. Reconnect the USB cable and the AC adapter cable, and then try to scan.

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Epson 4490 Photo - multiple PDF pages


Hi. Yours probably scans as soon as you have a document in and you double-click, right? I went through this. Double click on the Epson Icon. Make sure the mode preference at upper right is changed to professional. It may start scanning and you have to wait until it's finished to scan again. When you start in professional mode, it brings up a rectangular menu--you probably didn't see this one before (I didn't before changing to professional mode). Now press scan. This gives you a "file save" choice. Chose the location you want. Under the location choice is the Choose Document type option--this is the second key--save as PDF. Now it will bring up that add a page, edit or save file. Professional mode, save as PDF.

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Scanner or PC?


Neither is it a prob with the computer nor with the scanner.

 

Let me guess,

either is your usb connection cable longer than 2m or you have connected the usb printer/scanner cable to a usb hub.

 

Do use a cable no longer than a max of 3m and do connect the usb cable directly to the computer usb slot.

 

Oct 18, 2007 | Brother DCP-110C All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Scanning error - cannot scan error code 2,155,0 ???


Hi
I had the same problem, at first I thought that it was the original drivers (the ones I got with the printer) so I donwloaded the drivers from the canon website, this did not resolve the problem. What I also tried and it worked for me was connecting the printer to the computer with it's original usb cable. I bought a couple of weekes ago a usb extension cable (about 5 m long). With this extension cable I can print but I can't scan any document, it just gives me the same error. Hope this works also for you.
Bye
PS: My printer is a Canon Pixma MP190

Sep 21, 2007 | Canon PIXMA MP160 All-In-One InkJet...

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