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Hi Chevy,
Uninstall the driver and re-install the scanner driver again.

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Posted on Jun 20, 2008

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Could you help me to operate the scanner., so that I can send docs,


make sure your scanner is working properly and the software has been already installed to the server or computer to access the scanner. this steps can help you to operate the scanner.1. connect the scanner to your PC, mostly scanner now is using USB cable 2. and then turn ON your scanner, place your material to be scanned like you were using photo copier 3.press the scan button to acquire the image 4. then preview the scan, the scanner software should display a preview on your computer screen 5. and now select the scan area in the scanner software 6.next set other options for example set the the color or the resolution of the document 7. then scan the image and save it into your disk make as your new folder. after you save you can now send this document.

Apr 15, 2011 | Printers & Copiers

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What are the uses of a scanner?


Here are a few things you can do with a scanner.
Copying Documents - You can turn a good flatbed scanner into a copying machine by scanning in those receipts and other important documents and then use your printer to have a copy or just keep a digital copy. The best thing about this is that you could use software to improve the documents, if you need to take out a grease smudge.
Other things a scanner can do is copy a quick recipe out of Grandmas old recipe book, or a page from a magazine that shows the instructions for a new at-home project you have been wanting to do. Maybe there are some old documents in the family that you would like to have a copy of for yourself, those can be added to the computer files just as any other document.
Scanning Photos For Printing - Photographs are nice especially if you are a professional photographer, but you could use the photos for websites to display your latest DIY project. The images could be used for desktop wallpaper or sending to friends and family through email. Because they are digitized you can use computer software to edit them, and make interesting images on top of the first.
Here is something else you could do with a scanner and software. Using the edit feature you can enlarge your projects on the computer screen and then print out only that part. This allows you to make a full-sized pattern of anything you wish, turn around and use it to trace the object on plywood. Once you are done, cut out life-sized reindeer, cows, antique cars, you name it.
Faxing Documents - You can Fax a document that is already in your computer, but if that document is on a sheet of paper, you have a problem. A scanner can scan it in, then you can send it out by using the fax driver. When you have long distance relatives, and you find something in a magazine that they need to see, put the magazine in the scanner and then from the computer send them the information.
OCR - Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software is used to convert images to readable text. Once they are converted you can use a word processor to make the changes that are required. OCR software usually comes with the scanner.
There always seems to be a need to try getting a hard copy of some document or picture into the computer files, and a scanner is the only way to achieve that. Having a good scanner could really improve your home or office by allowing you to copy, organize and save important files and photos on your computer.

Mar 15, 2011 | Printers & Copiers

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HOW TO USE THE SCANNER FEATURE ON THE HP PCS 950


You can start a scan from your computer or from your HP PSC. 1 Load your original.
2 Press Scanner, then press PC Save, if not already lit. This saves the scan to your computer.
3 Press Black or Color. For Windows, a scan of the original appears in the HP Image Viewer. For Macintosh, a scan of the original appears in the HP Workplace. In the HP Image Viewer, you can edit the scanned image. When you are done viewing the image, click Accept.
The HP PSC does a final scan of the original and sends the image to the HP Photo View Center in Windows. In the HP Photo View Center, you can:
- edit images, including adding text
- creative printing
- create and print photo albums
- send to fax, e-mail, web page, or other programs.

additional information can be found on this website:

http://www.retrevo.com/support/HP-950-Multifunction-Printers-manual/id/260dj582/t/2/

Sep 14, 2010 | Printers & Copiers

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I inherited a Brother MFC-440CN printer with no instructions. How can I scan a document from the printer to my email?


Hi,
just scan it using the command from the computer ..after that you will find the job into the manager folder..of the scanner..from there you can send it directly ..or edit a little ..and copy into computer and attach to the email..or ..use the feature from the scanner's program to send it ..
make sure you set to scan picture cause scanners have a wizard that you can set to scan image (picture Jpeg ....) or PDF ..document ..

May 18, 2010 | Brother MultiFunction Center MFC-440CN...

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How do i scan to my email? I have a brother product MFC-290c all in one with fax and i am trying ro scan to a picture to my email


just scan it using the command from the computer ..after that you will find the job into the manager folder..of the scanner..from there you can send it directly ..or edit a little ..and copy into computer and attach to the email..or ..use the feature from the scanner's program to send it ..
make sure you set to scan picture cause scanners have a wizard that you can set to scan image (picture Jpeg ....) or PDF ..document ..

May 14, 2010 | Brother MFC-290C Printer

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Will not Scan. Gets message..


Is it installed in windows as a scanner? Dont use scan button on machine try using scanners or document imaging software that needs to be in place on your computer, ie Document imaging in office or scanners and camera in windows, one sends scan signal from the PC, can use the scan button on scanner only when configued to do such. Scanner has software as does the printer both can found at HP web

Nov 07, 2009 | HP Photosmart 3210 Printer

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Have no manual; need help using scanner and fax


Here is the link given to the user manual. that contains the optimum solution to your problem and maximum guidance.


http://www.devicemanuals.com/guide/All-in-One%20Products/HP/HP-PSC-950-All-in-One-Owners-Manual-==TVRFME56VTI=.html

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/DocumentIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodClassId=-1&contentType=SupportManual&prodTypeId=18972&prodSeriesId=34579

May 27, 2009 | HP PSC 950 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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My HP2575 all in one will not install in to my laptop which is windows vista basic


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I also found this info that you may find helpful if having issues with the scanning after you do get it up and running...
the scanner cannot send image files to computer. So Please follow the below steps to adjust the printer driver.

1. Unplug all cables from the scanner and the scanner cable from the computer
2. Click "Start", type "APPWIZ.CPL" (without quotation marks) and press the "Enter" key.
3. Highlight any software or program related to the scanner and click "Change/Remove" to remove the driver.
4. Click "Start", type "DEVMGMT.MSC" (without quotation marks) and press the Enter key.


The operation requires administrative privileges, please click "Continue" when the User Account Control dialog-box appears.

5. Click "View" and select "Show hidden devices".
6. Click the "+" next to “Imaging Devices”. This will show all Imaging Devices previously and currently connected to the computer.
7. Right-click on the Scanner Band scanner name and left-click on “Uninstall”. If the scanner is listed more than one time, uninstall all occurrences of the scanner.
8. If you see “Other Devices” in the device manager list, click on the “+” to view the list of Other Devices.
9. Right-click on the other device and left-click on “Uninstall” from the list. The scanner may be listed as any of the following:

- USB Scanner
- USB Device
- Unknown Device
- 1200 DPI Scanner
- (Your Scanner Model)


10. Reboot the computer.

After that plug the scanner cable to the computer and turn it on.

May 27, 2008 | HP Printers & Copiers

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Scanner


Try scanning from the image software you are using, not from the front panel buttons. Go to the TWAIN options and make sure your scanner is selected, then go to Acquire and the scanner software will start. Scan from there without using the scanner front panel.

May 05, 2008 | Lexmark X8350 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Email


The Scanner software may have the opportunity to do this.
Otherwise send it as an attachment in a regular E-mail
When sending images by e-mail make sure they are of size that the recipient's computer can deal with.
One way to do this is the down load and install ShrinkPic from www.onthegosoft.com- This automatically resizes the image acceptable to E-mail

Nov 08, 2007 | Brother 6-In-1 Printer/Fax/Copy/Scanner

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