I am trying to scan a picture and save it to my pictures folder but the a warning pops up saying, "epson jpeg plug-in (Title) Unable to write to file. (Warning) I can't figure it out it has worked in the past???
I had the same problem and fixed mine without re installation. Even though the error does not indicate it very well, the application could not write to the destination. The EPSON Scan application has a destination in two places. One under configuration, in my case, correct. However, a more buried location, next to the Scan button, press the arrow to edit more settings. There, you will find another destination, in my case, incorrect ( a folder that did not exist). Change the setting to a folder that does exist, it should work. Check out my fix here, detailed with pictures. Thank you. Hope this helps someone. http://it.megocollector.com/?p=946
I had this problem too, and discovered, after much reinstalling and rebooting, that it was simply that I was trying to save a new scan under an existing file name. Instead of giving me the option to save with a different name, as anywhere else in Windows, Epson just gives up. Try going into the configuration/save menu and entering a different prefix than img. For me, instantly worked.
I had this problem and solved it using the solution from canon2k5 above...but after a little hacking around. The Epson Scanner software is a bit cryptic, and it is poorly designed to detect and report this problem in a manner that is useful to a normal human being. Here's what happens. One uses the scanner and selects as a destination a USB stick. That's normal. But then somehow the scanner software records this destination and then tries to use it the next time someone wants to scan something...and the USB stick has been removed. So what I did was to put a USB stick back into the computer, making sure it had the same drive letter as I had used before. Then the Epson software would start up. Once I had it going, I just went in and, after clicking the "Configuration" button, chose the "Other" tab, and then the "Reset All" button there. Then I removed the USB stick. With the default settings, EPSON Scan started okay. I guess the moral of the story is to scan things only to a temporary folder on the hard drive, then copy them over to a stick.
My RX560 has same problem, turns out it is the File Guard on my Spyware Program, turn off the file guard do your scanning and turn the file guard back on again. PC Tools are trying to find a solution but no luck so far
After the cx6600 stopped printing, too (plugged printheads that wouldn't clean no matter how many times I ran the clean), I fixed the problem by retiring the cx6600 and buying a different printer (HP).
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After taking the picture, you need to locate the file folder in which the image was saved. If it is not in JPEG format, if you can, save it to JPEG. Also, you may wish to rename the image to something other than a number. I save the images I have by the person's name with a date. Example: Dark-Judy_2017-Dec-19.jpg
Note: I have a Folder titled Photos. Within my Photos folder, I have files titled: Family, Friends, Garden, Vacation, etc. Those are the files where I save individual images. You may find a similar organization system helpful to you in the future.
Then, you can send the person an email and attach the JPEG image. Note: I always let the indivdual know that a JPEG image (or images) is attached to the email.
The pictures you saved are contained in a Win document file. You'll need to save them as picture (jpeg) files
1. Open up the document you saved the pictures in 2. Right Click on a Picture (within in document), you should get an option for "Save As Picture" 3. Save the picture in a folder that you can find later. 4. Repeat 1 - 3, for all pictures
Now Sign in to Facebook and Upload the pictures from the folder you saved them in earlier.
No .Type reconiznition software is very complicated and expensive. All a scanner does is divide the sceen into millions of dots and copies those dots in Picture(JPEG) format. It's software know nothing except to copy what is there.
When you see the File Save Settings window, you need to select the location, name, and format of the scanned image file you want to save.
In the File Save Settings window, specify the file folder in which you want to save your scanned image. Click the My Documents or My Pictures radio button (Windows XP or earlier versions), or the Documents or Pictures radio button (Windows Vista or Mac OS X).
If you want to select another folder, click Other, then click Browse (Windows) or Choose (Mac OS X) and select the folder. If you want to save your image on the desktop, simply click Other.
Specify a file name prefix with an alphanumeric character string. A 3-digit number is automatically added to the file name, but you can change the Start Number if you like. If you are scanning multiple images at once, each image will receive a different 3-digit number.
Select a file format. Depending on the format, the Options button may be available for making detailed settings.
The check boxes at the bottom of the window give you these options:
Overwrite any files with the same name: Select this option if you want to reuse the selected file name and location and overwrite previous files with the same names.
Show this dialog box before next scan: Select this option if you want the File Save Settings window to appear automatically before you scan in Home or Professional Mode. If you deselect it, you must click the File Save Settings button to open the window.
Open image folder after scanning: Select this option if you want Windows Explorer or the Macintosh Finder to automatically open to the folder where your scanned image is saved when Epson Scan finishes scanning.
6. Do one of the following, depending on the currently selected scan mode:
Home or Professional Mode: Click OK. Epson Scan starts scanning.
Full Auto Mode: Click OK, click OK again, then click Scan. Epson Scan starts scanning.
The scanned image is saved in the file and location you chose.
Ok I am not sure why ya scanner won't save in JPEG .. however converting the files to JPEG is relitively "Simple". After saving the Scanned picture.. Open it up in say MS Paint, Painshop etc, then simply choose "Save As.." from the File Menu, and save it as a NEW image file this time with a JPEG extension. IE: origional... picture.png or picture.bmp ... save as ...picture.jpg .. ya should be good to go. :)