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Green layer on scanned image from ADF Simplex

The output is green, what ever is scanned through ADF Simplex, using RGB color settings.It seems it has some layer on it. As even if a white page is scanned it appears a uniform green. No lines or distortion in image ouput.

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What model of scanner are you using? Is it white light based or RGB LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes). Very rarely it may happen that the Red and Blue LEDs are not glowing may be because of loose contact, but this very rare occurence. Try reloading driver software.

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Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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Need user manual and software for a HP ScanJet 4p scanner


HI...................


HP ScanJet 4p Scanners - How to Use the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) gtabseps.gif
gtabblt.gif Tips for Using gtabblt.gif Step 1 - Load the Paper gtabblt.gif Step 2 - Scan the Document gtabblt.gif To Scan a Single Page gtabseps.gif Tips for Using
  • Remove any paper from the copyboard glass before using the ADF.
  • Straighten any curls or wrinkles from documents before putting them on the document tray. If this is not possible, do not scan these documents using the ADF. Instead, use the copyboard glass or make a photocopy of the documents and scan the photocopies.
  • Remove staples, paper clips, and any other materials from documents.
  • Avoid documents with tears, perforations, or punch holes.
  • Do not use the ADF to scan sheets of uncommon paper or other media, such as the following: - transparencies - gummed-backed paper - magazine pages - lightweight ("onionskin") carbons
  • For paper smaller than 5 inches (127 mm) by 7 inches (178 mm) or larger than 14 inches (356 mm) by 8.5 inches (216 mm), use the scanner glass instead of the ADF. Paper smaller than the minimum size may cause a paper jam.
  • For paper lighter than 16 lb bond (60 g/m sq) or heavier than 32 lb bond (120 g/m sq), use the scanner glass instead of the ADF.
  • Before scanning, always push the front of the ADF downward to the scanner to ensure that the magnetic latches are engaged.
Step 1 - Load the Paper Besides the instructions below, quick reference decals on the input tray and access hatch show the order of steps for paper loading.
  1. Turn on the scanner.
  2. Ensure the scanner's scanner glass is free of paper.
  3. Turn the green paper load lever into an upright and open position. Refer to decal number 1 located on the ADF access hatch.
  4. Put the top end of the paper stack face up on the input tray. Refer to decal number 2 and pointer arrows on the ADF input tray.
  5. Push the paper stack up against the green document guide and slide it right against the green registration stop, which is in the middle of the paper load window.
  6. Turn the green paper load lever 45 degrees into the closed position. This will secure the paper stack. Refer to decal number 3 on the ADF access hatch. The ADF is now loaded and ready for scanning.
Step 2 - Scan the Document The ADF works with many software packages that are compatible with the HP ScanJet color scanners. To scan a document, refer to the user's manual of the software package being used. To Scan a Single Page To scan a single page while the ADF is installed on the scanner, do the following.
  1. Remove any pages from the ADF input tray.
  2. Raise the ADF.
  3. Place the page on the scanner's copyboard glass.
  4. Lower the ADF all the way and do the scan.

  • LINK OF THE USER MANUAL IS GIVEN BELOW.............
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=120&prodSeriesId=25293&prodTypeId=15179&objectID=bps01187


  • LINK OF THE DRIVER IS GIVEN BELOW................

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/ProductList.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=135&prodTypeId=15179&prodSeriesId=25293

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Panasonic SC-HT730 Green picture when showing DVD's


The DVD player of this system will output to a TV on either composite (Yellow jack), component (RGB jacks) and S-Video (a small round jack that looks like a mouse or keyboard connector) jack. Since the tint is off, I would guess that you're using the more desirable component or even the S-video jack. Try removing & re-seating the plugs into the jacks at the DVD and at the TV; then check the picture color. If it still is wrong, try using a different cable type - use a standard video cable between the yellow jacks on both the TV and DVD. You may need to set the TV input to reflect the use of the new jack - and possibly set the DVD to 480i or Interlaced if you used the Progressive Scan or 480P output when using component RGB video cables (Red, Green & Blue). Check for correct color.

Chances are the connection got dirty and caused the color issue - or less likely, the cable or even less likely - the DVD output has failed.

Good luck!

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I wanna send a fax


Hi there,
Sending Faxes.
* Flow of Sending Faxes.
The operation flow of sending faxes is as follows.
Step 1:
Load the original to send on the Platen Glass or the ADF.
Step 2 :
Adjust the fax quality and scan contrast.
Step 3 :
Dial the receipent' s number.
Step 4 :
Send Faxes
- Using the Platen Glass
1) Press the Color or Black button.
If you have two or more pages of the original, load the next page on the Platen Glass and press the Color or Black button
2) After scanning all the pages of the original, press the OK button to send the fax.
- Using ADF
1) Press the Color or Black button.
The fax is sent automatically.

* Before sending Faxes
- Adjusting the Scan Contrast or the Image Quality (Fax Resolution)
** Adjusting the Scan Contrast
Contrast is the degree of difference between light and dark. Increasing the scan contrast setting further blackens dark areas and whitens bright areas, whereas decreasing the contrast setting reduces the difference between bright and dark areas. You can adjust the contrast among the 3 contrast levels.
1) Press the FAX button, then press the FAX Quality button.
2) Press right or left arrow ot select the contrast.
Pressing the left arrow button decreases the contrast, and pressing the right arrow button increases the contrast.
3) Press the OK button.

** Adjusting the Image Quality (Fax Resolution)
You can adjust the image quality (fax resolution) of the document you send. The higher you set the image quality setting, the better the output quality will be at the other end, but the longer it will take for the transmission. Adjust the image quality according to the type of document you are sending.
1) PRess the FAX button, then press the FAX Quality button two times.
2) Press the right and left arrow keys to select the resolution.
FAX RESOLUTION - STANDARD
Standard : Suitable for text-only documents.
FINE : Suitable for fine-print documents.
PHOTO : Suitable for photographs.
3) Press the OK button.

*Sending Faxes - There are 4 methods for sending functions
a) Memory sending
b) Manual sending
c) Dialing the coded speed dial
d) Redial

a) Memory sending
1) Prepare for faxing
a) Turn on the machine,
b) Load the original on the Platen Glass or the ADF.
Note : You cannot scan double-sided documents from the ADF.
c) Press the FAX bitton.
d) Adjust fax settings as necessary.
2) Start faxing.
a) Dial the receipient's number using the Numeric buttons or coded speed dialing.
b) Press the Color button for color sending, or the Black button for black and white sending. I
c) When the following message is displayed, lad the next page on the PLaten Glass.
Scan Next -> Start
Transmit-> OK
If only one document go to step f).
d) Press the same button as you pressed in step b).
e) Repeat step c) and d) to scan in all pages of the document.
f) Press the OK button.

Manual Sending
1) Connect a telephone to the machine.
2) Prepare for faxing.
a) Turn on the machine.
b) Load the original in the ADF,
c) Press the FAX button.
d) Adjust the fax settings as necessary.
3) Lift the handset of the telephone connected to the machine.
4) Dial the receipient's number on the telephone.
5) Talk through the handset to the recipient.
If you hear a high-pitched signal instead of the recipient's voice, go to step g),
6) Ask the recipient to set recipient's fax machine to receive faxes.
7) When you hear a high-pitched signal, press the Color button for sending color sending, or the Black button for black & white sending. Then hang up the handset.

Dialling The Coded Speed Dial
1) Prepare for faxing.
2) Press the Coded Dial button.
3) Press the Numeric buttons to enter the two-digit code (00-19) assigned to the number you want to dial.
4) Press the Color button for color sending, or the Black button for black & white sending.

Hope this helps. Please rate my response.
Thanks
Have a good day.





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How to scan picture to upload on computer


First, ensure you are connecting the scanner to your computer. I'm assuming USB connection, and that you're using an operating system supported by this device.

Next, install the drivers and software for this device. Those should have come with an installation disc, but if you don't have that disc, you can get them from the PIXMA MP830 support site, here:
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=123&modelid=12804

To scan a single document, place the document:
1. Place the document face down on the platen glass.
2. Open the MP Navigator 2.2 software.
3. Click Scan Photo/Document.
4. Click Document Type drop-down arrow and select the type of document to be scanned. Chose from the following types.
  • Color Document(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of color documents.
  • Color Document(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of color documents.
  • B/W Document(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of monochrome documents.
  • B/W Document(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of monochrome documents.
  • Text(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of text documents.
  • Text(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of text documents.
5. Click 'Specify' and set the preferences as required. Click here for detailed information

6. After making the setting changes, click 'Scan'

7. Click 'Save to PC' or 'Save as PDF file'. Save to PC is displayed when an image is captured with Scan Photo/Document or Batch Scanning


The directions for Batch Scanning, or using the ADF to scan, are shown below.
  1. Place the document(s) in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
    1. To scan using the ADF, remove any documents from the platen glass.
    2. Open the document tray.

      mp830_documenttrayopened.jpg
    3. Insert the documents face-up in the ADF and then adjust the document guides.

      mp830_adfguides.jpg
      Note:
      When scanning using the ADF, the documents will automatically feed.


  2. On the Windows desktop, double-click 'MP Navigator 2.2'.
    1. Alternatively, on the Windows taskbar, click 'Start', point to '(All) Programs', 'Canon', then 'MP Navigator 2.2'.
    2. Then click 'MP Navigator 2.2'. MP Navigator opens.

  3. Click 'Batch Scanning'.

    mp830_batchscanning01.gif

  4. Click Document Type drop-down arrow and select the type of document to be scanned. Chose from the following types.

    * Color Document(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of color documents.

    * Color Document(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of color documents.

    * B/W Document(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of monochrome documents.

    * B/W Document(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of monochrome documents.

    * Text(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of text documents.

    * Text(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of text documents.

  5. Click 'Specify' and set the preferences as required. Click here for detailed information.

  6. After making the setting changes, click 'Scan'.
    1. After the documents are scanned, a dialog box will appear indicating to load the next document.

      mp830_scancomplete.gif
    2. After the next document is loaded, click 'Scan'.
    3. Repeat steps 6a and 6b until all documents have been scanned and then click 'Exit' to end the scanning process.

  7. After all documents have been scanned, ensure the documents, in the preview area, are selected (have a check mark).

    mp830_batchscanning03.gif

  8. Click 'Save to PC' or 'Save as PDF file'. Save to PC is displayed when an image is captured with Scan Photo/Document or Batch Scanning.

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    Save to PC dialog box


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    Save as PDF file dialog box

  9. Make settings to save a file. (Click File save settings for details.)

  10. Click 'Save' after all settings have been selected.

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Canon dr9080 scans front page as all black.


First check if the front side (i.e top) scans properly in the simplex mode. Try different contrast levels for better clarity. In the setting menu select appropriate contrast for both fron and back, then you should get good outputs. Even after all this if the front page gives dark output, may be the LEDs are not glowing due to lose contact. Try in color to check LEDs. S. Mohan, Chennai, India

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CANON uses LED light source and they have fairly long life as compare to scanner bulbs. It is okay if you use a powerful system, but it has limited role as the scanner does all the jobs and it only sends the data to the Comp. May further processing is better withe high performance CPU and large RAM.

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This has something to do the brightness chosen. In the manual mode, if you choose a dark output, the output will have tis area also; if you choose, lighter output, it will omit. In the auto scan mode, the scanner decides what is the best output.

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