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Student
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how to activate scan to computer?

when i try to use my scanner it tells me that,to scan from porinter,windows user need toactivate"scan to computer" via printer software.

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Re: how to activate scan to computer?

Hi,

 

Perform following steps on your computer.

 

Click Start, click All Programs, click the HP folder, click the folder with the name of your product series, and then click your product.

Under Scanner Actions , click Activate Scan to Computer

Hope it works!!

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Re: how to activate scan to computer?

Yup.  On your computer, go into the HP Control Center and under Scan.  Click the 'Activate Scan to Computer' link.  You should now see your computer name under the Scan - Scan to computer menu on the printer

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Re: how to activate scan to computer?


resham wrote:

when i try to use my scanner it tells me that,to scan from porinter,windows user need toactivate"scan to computer" via printer software.


 

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Re: how to activate scan to computer?

I can't connect my scan to my computer.

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Re: how to activate scan to computer?

Thanks

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Re: how to activate scan to computer?

When i go into the printerscanner box to activate the scanner the box says  empty

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Re: how to activate scan to computer?


resham wrote:

when i try to use my scanner it tells me that,to scan from porinter,windows user need toactivate"scan to computer" via printer software.


 

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