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Kayne
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Photosmart C4795 Will Not Scan to Computer.

Hello, I am having an annoying problem, I am hoping to get some help with it.

 

i have a Photosmart Printer - C4795 and for the life of me I cannot get it to scan to either of my computers. It does absolutely nothing when I used the controls and tell it to scan to the Laptop Wirelessly. The printer is connected via USB to the Desktop computer and Should i used the Printer controls to tell to scan to the Desktop, I have the same problem. The printer will not scan.

 

If I use the commands in the computer (clicking the scan Icons) there is no response

 

The error message I get when i use the On printer buttons is (Scan Error Try Scan From Computer or Use Documentation)

Nothing happens when Scan from computer.

 

My work around is to scan to a SD Memory Card and use the availabel card reader to save the scan. but It is annoying - mostly becaue the first few times i try to scan using the card, i get a "unlock Card" error message - even though the card is not locked.however, after a couple of tries, this problem is resolved.

 

What am i doing wrong?

 

My laptop is Windows 7 Home Ed.

My desktop is Windows XP SP III

 

Yes this problem persists after a fresh install of the printer drivers etc. AND persists even after a Fresh XP install

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starbudtes
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Member Since: ‎05-08-2011
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Re: Photosmart C4795 Will Not Scan to Computer.

I need to know how to get my printer to scan papers to my computer and then send the scanned copies to an email address. I keep getting a scan error when I try to scan them to my computer. Thank you

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nanapat8
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Member Since: ‎10-01-2012
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Re: Photosmart C4795 Will Not Scan to Computer.

please help i have wireless hp photosmart c4795 i am tring to scan into my pc keeping getting error message

 

it does print from my pc

makes copy

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