Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7 (52690 Views)
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gdd11
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Registered: ‎05-21-2010
Message 11 of 26 (13,361 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

Has anyone managed to get this to work on Win7 64-bit?

 

Will this scanner ever get updated drivers? (Too tough to do?  Planned obsolescence?)

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Loonyj
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Registered: ‎10-18-2010
Message 12 of 26 (12,137 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

I too have Winblows 7, 64 byte

 

The Scanjet 3.1 won't register, and hence I now have useless junk, thanks Windows, Thanks  HP.

Guess it's time for another scanner, form anyone other than HP!

 

Your support of your products for a operating system upgrade is inexcusable.  Granted Micro-slop should help but I bought my scanner from you.  So now I have to buy another one guess who just lost my business for good.  BTW the same is now true of Micro-slop, count me yet another convert to the evil fruit based operational system.

 

It's not like I wasn't paitent.  I was I waited **bleep** near a year, but now I'm tired of waiting.

 

Thanks for nothing!

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Big_Dave
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Message 13 of 26 (12,100 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

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The Scanning, Faxing and Copying forum is hereYou'll get faster assistance on that forum.

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Pjduda
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Registered: ‎11-19-2010
Message 14 of 26 (11,730 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

Windows 7 64 bit driver for Scanjet 5400c is what I need.  Anyone found a driver that will work.  There are several driver wizards out there that claim to have a driver if you want to pay $29 for their software.  Point is, if they have  a driver that works then someone must know about it.  Any help would be appreciated. 

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philipho
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Registered: ‎02-19-2011
Message 15 of 26 (10,709 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

The suggestion of right clicking to 'run as administrator' worked for me (64 bit).

Many thanks

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AllanJM
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Registered: ‎04-05-2012
Message 16 of 26 (6,818 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

How can I get and install the driver for HP scanjet 5400c for Windows 7?

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youness5330
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Registered: ‎05-11-2012
Message 17 of 26 (6,549 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

salut.je cherche driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

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keineanhnung
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Registered: ‎05-22-2012
Message 18 of 26 (6,446 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

Hi,

 

I need an win7 64bit driver! Do you have help for my problem?

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bob3142
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Registered: ‎09-18-2012
Message 19 of 26 (5,841 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

Hi all,

 

There's only one solution to this issue. Install Linux on your system and use the generic scanning software.

 

Problem solved, but it should be easier than this. I thought that HP take Corporate Social Responsibility seriously, but given the number of queries relating to this product, it would appear not. There's going to be a lot of landfill.

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dramaxy
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Registered: ‎10-10-2012
Message 20 of 26 (5,732 Views)

Re: Need driver for HP Scanjet 5400c scanner, using Windows 7

have been struggling to use my scanner. The right mouse click on the HP precision pro 3.1 and run as administrator worked like a charm! :smileyhappy:

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