Question about Canon DR-7580
What counter do you want to reset?
The only counters you can reset are the "current rollers" counter and the session page counter shown on the LCD window in green.
To reset the green LCD counter to "0" just turn the scanner off, then back on.
To reset the "current rollers", go to "Control Panel" "Devices and Printers" or "Scanners and Cameras" (depending on OS) and then open the DR-7580 Properties>Counter tab>Reset button.
After 250,000 scans, you should get a warning to change the current consumable rollers.
If you are looking for a way to "roll back" the total scan count...well that would be DISHONEST...and I hope your scanner catches on fire :)
Posted on Jan 18, 2015
You need to run Qumatool to reset the counter
Posted on Jan 04, 2015
Assuming the document going through the scanner looks normal, there are a few things to check. If you open Capture Perfect, you can adjust the contrast and brightness as well as the thresholds. Sometimes different toners react differently to the scanner...paper is a big thing too. Multi-part forms can be tricky to get the settings adjusted so you pick up enough of the text but not that on the other side. If it's still messing up, you can try and get it serviced. Ikon is nationwide and can help out.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
You can get spares from http://www.scannerparts.biz/servlet/StoreFront
Service Manauals are little difficult to get, need to search the web patiently. Be sure of the site, there are quite a false sites that rob you of your credit card details. S. Mohan
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Select 'auto detection of page size instead of a fixed size.
S. Mohan, India
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
Testimonial: "We did that and still have the same problem. I am wondering if it could be the rollers. Thanks."
SOURCE: I have a canon dr-7580
Use Qumatool to check if all the sensors are working okay. Normally sensors dont fail, there must be a small piece of paper (like the 'dot' of pre-printed stationery) sticking somewhere.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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