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First it depends what kind of scanning you are tlking about. oh ok i see the pixma, well somewhere on ur scanner which should be hooked up to the computer and left off until you look on the sides or back side of the snaerr and find the slot where the pixma card slides in and my lexmark printer is the same way then once the card is in, u turn the computer on wait till it fully loads, when it does turn ur scanner on, and if you are scanning the pics and printing them you will be okay and if you are using ur scanner as a way to to scan the pics to facebook youll be just fine. sorry for the mistakes i txts fast. its 3 am in Ct and im tired just thought id help ya out quick be4 bed. good night
The best way to scan images to save on your computer is touse the scanner software on the computer. Not the scan function on the scanner. You don't say what type of scanner and software you have but usually scannersoftware works this way: 1) Place photo on scanner 2) Open scanner software 3) Using the software, Initiate scan 4) Name the Scanned item and save it to your desired location/folder Note: some applications will automatically save to --My Documents--My Pictures 5) Repeat process for each pic to be scanned.
I got it to scan. I found this by the grace of God. I have the same problem with the print cartridges. But I was attemting to get into my camera. I went to the 'My computer' Icon on Windows XP. Under that part of the file system, I have the "HP PSC 1600 series" icon under the scanners and printers. I double clicked this, and it allowed me to scan an image.
1- Is software loaded? try reloading it.
2-check to make sure it is selected as the printer to print to.
File - print - click on epson then print
3- Try going to My computer - printers and faxes see if it's there then double click on it go to scan picture
sometimes it will not recognize the scan button on the printer, probably because there is a problem with the driver, but it will recognize it through the pc.