01-15-2013 01:35 PM
Have HP8600, using Dell inspiron with Win7 64 bit. I want to scan multiple photos with one scan but be able to easily save each photo image seperately in to my library or a folder. How can I do this? Piano1man
01-17-2013 02:23 PM
However, one can open the HP Printer Assistant software to perform a multi photo scan.
* Open Printer Assistant
* Select Scan a Document/Photo
* Select Scan a photo (.jpg most likely)
* Load a stack of multiple photos on the Automatic Document Feeder
* Make sure not to uncheck the box for separate files for each.
* Start the Scan
Let me know how it goes.
I am not an HP employee.
03-12-2013 08:07 PM
I was just told on the phone by an HP employee that there is going to be an update to the driver which will allow scanning multiple photos to separate files (as in the old HP Solution Center). Does anyone know when this update will be available?
03-21-2013 02:32 PM
I'm not sure about a release date for that update, but if you press the "Web Services" icon on the printer, there should be an option for "Check for Update Now".
There is also an option to turn on "Auto Update".
I would keep checking that way or turn on auto-update so that it gets downloaded whenever it is released.
09-02-2014 10:35 AM
It has been over a year since your post, and the fix has still not been made. Is there any way to convince HP that they need to restore that functionality? Otherwise many of us will be buying our next printers from someone else.
- Testing Your HP Fax Machine with the HP Fax Test Service
- A Communication or Connection Error Displays When Scanning
- Scan Using Full Feature HP Software (Windows 10)
- HP Photosmart 7510, 7515, ENVY 110, 114 Printers - Restoring eFax Service
- HP All-in-One Products - A 'Scanner Failure' Message Displays on the All-in-One Control Panel and You Cannot Scan, Copy, or Fax