Question about HP OfficeJet J4580 All-In-One Laser Printer
What are the steps to scan a document with and HP J4580 printer?
Do you have the full-feature software installed? What OS is on your computer? Assuming you have the full-feature software installed (installed before connecting the printer to the computer) and a direct USB connection (with a good cable and functioning USB port), you have two choices.
Start the scan from the computer (have the document face down on the glass or face up in the ADF (for models with the document feed) and the all-in-one ready. For this, with Windows, launch the HP Solution Center (Start > All Programs > HP > HP Solution Center), then click either the Scan Photo or Scan Document button in the program. Set the desired scan settings (this should come up if it wasn't turned off) then click Scan.
Alternatively, you can start the scan from the button (it's the one closest to the button with an X (cancel) on the all-in-one and that will launch the HP Solution Center (assuming HP Digital Imaging Monitor is running). The scan menu will also come up on the printer screen with requests for more setting information (destination etc.)
With Win7 and Vista, Paint will acquire scans (Import from Camera or Scanner). Some versions of Vista and most of Win7 also include Windows Fax and Scan which will also handle new scans.
I hope this helps.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this means the printer has not been configured to the computer,,
1st check the connection of the printer and the computer,,
then check if all the software like the basic print and scan drivers, hp solution center and the hp imaging device function had been installed or not,,
if all the above things had been checked then
open hp solution center,,
go to scan settings,,
select scan to set up.....,,
you will get two columns there,,
the left will be for the solution center and the right one will be for the printer,,
you will see two arrows in between the columns,,
populate the entries on the printer that is on the right column using the arrowes,,
once done click update device,,
then close the olution center and restart the printer,,
then check it will work................
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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