Cannot scan checks to connect with bank for "Deposit at Home"
I can print, copy, and scan to my computer but when I connect to my bank and try to scan a check for deposit, the Java software loads but goes into a loop. There is some kind of a connection problem but I don't know what.
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Normally you would give a voided check to your HR department. If you don't have checks you can go to your local branch and ask for one since they can normally print a sheet of check for you at no cost. Or you can ask your bank for your routing number and complete bank account number. Since what you know as your bank account number maybe shortened for ease of use.
If the primitive (as you call it) Windows Scan program is working then there is no problem with the machine. It can connect to the computer.
I suspect that the other (non primitive) scanning software is not configured correctly. It may be using a wrong driver. You may have installed some other device that is able to scan (such as a program that capture screens from calculators) and it has been set as default driver. Check the configuration of your scanning software.
The check 21 Act (21st century act), which allows Remote Deposit, was an important step forward in banking. Part of its creation was to ensure that financial transfers could take place also in case of catastrophes, like 9/11, when rapid long-distance transportation is impossible. Before Remote Deposit was available, whenever a check from one bank was deposited into another bank, the funds weren't accessible to the customer until the banks physically exchanged the paper check. After Check 21 took effect, instead, customers could easily send an image of the check to the bank and immediately access their funds.
Online deposit is sometimes called remote deposit but the two are slightly different. Both actions allow the customer to deposit a check in his bank account without physically bringing it to the bank. However, the remote deposit requires the customer scanning a digital image of the check and sending it to the bank for the money to be deposited. While the online deposit allows an authorized customer to record a check through an online application and then mailing the physical check to the bank, which gives the customer access to the funds before the check clears in the usual way.
Remote deposit is the possibility of depositing a check into a bank account from home, an office or a location different than the bank itself. This is done by scanning a digital image of the check and sending the image through a computer to the bank, without the need of physically delivering the check to the bank. This option has been available since 2004 for businesses and recently to private customers.
scanning requires a place to keep a copy of the document.connect ur computer and printer via usb2.0 and then open kodak home center from ur desktop. from there scan the document. u will be able to scan and keep a copy of the document on the desktop. if there is any problem,contact kodak @ 1800 421 6699
Instead of pressing the start button to print, you need to press the small ON/OFF button. The start button works to copy/scan. But to print, you will need to turn the printer on first. Once the printer is on, the computer should recognize it fine and allow you to print from your applications.
Once installed, Kodak All-in-One printer Home Center software allows you to print, copy, scan, and configure your All-in-One printer from your Windows XP or Vista computer.
To open the Home Center software window on your computer, use the Home Center icon on the Desktop or in the Start Menu
From the All-in-One printer Home Center main menu, selecting one of the six menu items enables you to:
Scan pictures and documents
Enhance and copy pictures
Enhance and print images
Configure settings for printing, copying, and scanning from the control panel
Access the Kodak Tips and Projects Center Web site.