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SOURCE: My Fujitsu ScanSnap S510 only flashes 5 blue lights

I got off the phone with Fujitsu and i was told you need to make sure that the ScanSnap Icon is in the system tray without a Red Line cross through it, so if it is not in your system tray start the snap scan program, if it's disabled re-enable it and you should be good.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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The same thing happened to me. In a nutshell, you have to install new drivers. Have you recently upgraded your system to SnowLeopard or Lion? I did, and that's what went wrong.

To do:
1. Make sure you have the latest ScanSnap manager: http://www.fujitsu.com/global/support/computing/peripheral/scanners/drivers/mac.html
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This worked....Shutdown EVERYTHING and unplug computer from your powerstrip for 10 seconds (or just turn off your powerstrip for 10 seconds) It resets the BUS power. This solved why almost all of my USB devices stopped working or were behaving badly.

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Scanner will not pull the paper all the way through & scan. Scanner says not valid folder to save image is selected . Set the save folder for the scanned image data. I don't know what to do


Hi,

Try to scan by using the quick menu as I described below:
Check for the ScanSnap Manager icon on the taskbar.

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Select “Scan Button Settings” from the Right-Click Menu.


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Load the document in the ScanSnap which you want to scan.
Pres the “scan” button on the ScanSnap.
Click the “Scan to folder” icon in the quick menu when scanning is completed.

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The “Scan to Folder” dialog box appears.

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Check the scanned image in the “Scan to Folder” dialog box.
By clicking save buton, save the scanned data in a specified folder which you select chancing the filename as you want.
Hope this helps.
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All the best.

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