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Scannig trying to scan, get a message to change display setting to 800x600 and 256 color. What does this mean

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That's on your display settings for your monitor..assuming you are on xp, go to start, settings/control panel/display settings/settings, and make adjustments there..

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The following information provides an Overview of the Printer's available Scan Settings. 1. To enter the Scan mode, from the Printer's Main (Copy) Screen press the Menu button.
2. On the two-button selection screen, press the right-hand Scan/E-mail button. Note: If you press the lefthand "Copy" button by mistake you will be returned to the Main (Copy) Screen. You will then have to press the Menu button again to return to the two-button selection screen.
3. The Scan screen consists of three Tabs, with each Tab displaying a number of feature settings. From left to right, the three Tabs are labeled: Basic Scanning, Scan Options, and Image Quality/File Format.
4. When the Basic Scanning Tab is selected, three columns of settings are displayed. The first (left-hand) column of settings contains four "Output Color" selections, including: Auto, Full Color, Grayscale (256G), and Black. The second (center) column of settings displays four scan resolutions. The available selections include: 200 dpi, 300 dpi, 400 dpi, and 600 dpi. The third (right-hand) column of settings displays "2 Sided Original" selections including: 1 Sided, 2 Sided (H to H), 2 Sided (H to T), and More.... If you press More..., a screen displays with two setting selection buttons on the left, enabling you to select either 1 Sided or 2 Sided. If you choose 1 Sided, you can select an original orientation of Head to Top, or Head to Left. If you choose 2 Sided, two additional orientation buttons (Head to Head, and Head to Toe) become available for your selection. Note: To support "2 Sided" (Duplex) Scanning you will need to use the Printer's Duplex Automatic Document Feeder. When changing or viewing More... settings, press the Save button to save setting changes, or the Cancel button to exit the current screen without saving changes.
5. After an Output Color is selected from the first column of the Basic Scanning Tab, and the Image Quality/File Format Tab is pressed, a screen is displayed allowing you to choose and configure the settings for Original Type (Text & Photo, Text, Photo), Image Compression (High, Normal, Low), Contrast, File Format, and Auto Exposure.
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  1. Check the automatic brightness and color settings by doing the following:
  2. Click Settings , click Scan Settings and Preferences , then click Preferences .
  3. Enable or disable (depending on their current state) the Automatically adjust exposure and/or Automatically adjust color settings.
  4. Click OK .
  5. Expand the scan preview by clicking the arrow on the right, and then adjust the Color settings prior to performing a final scan.
  6. Sometimes the scan will pick up reflected colors, try rotating the original 90 degrees and then scan again.
  7. All models except the PSC 1100 and 1200: If the scan still is not right, try resetting the all-in-one back to the factory default settings. Follow these steps to reset the defaults:
  8. Press Setup or Menu depending on your model.
  9. Press the Right Arrow or the Down Arrow until Maintenance or Tools appears in the Display, and then press Enter .
  10. Press the Right Arrow or the Down Arrow until Restore Factory Defaults appears in the Display, and then press Enter .
  11. Reset the all-in-one by unplugging the power cord and then plugging it back in. This will force the all-in-one to recalibrate
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Printer


if you are using windows XP
follow following instructions.
start
control panel
(make sure you are not on classic view)
appearance and themes
screen resolutions
left on botom put screen resolution on 800X600 or highre if your computer can handle it and color to highest
This should fix the problem.
Please rate this if this corrects your problem. Otherwis come back to me

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