HP Photosmart 2575 All-in-One Printer - Driver, manual, Software download and troubleshooting tips

HP Photosmart 2575 - Driver, manual, Software download and troubleshooting tips
To Install your Printer you must required a driver. To get the driver you need to make sure the type of vista you are using normal of 64x. There are also other driver for HP Photosmart 2575 All-in-One Printer..
Normal OS in the market are…
  » Linux
 » Mac OS 9
 » Mac OS X
 » Microsoft Windows 2000
 » Microsoft Windows 98SE
 » Microsoft Windows ME
 » Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
 » Microsoft Windows Server 2003
 » Microsoft Windows Server 2003 64-Bit Edition
 » Microsoft Windows Server 2008 W32
 » Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64
 » Microsoft Windows Vista
 » Microsoft Windows Vista (64-bit)
 » Microsoft Windows XP
 » Microsoft Windows XP x64

It is also highly recommended for you to check you registry status to make sure there is no conflict. You can scan your registry from this link click here

You can download the HP Photosmart 2575 All-in-One Printer driver, manual,software and information from this link click here

How to use the HP Photosmart 2575 All-in-One Printer Scanner:
Follow these steps to scan an original, and then save it as an image.


Before you begin

Before scanning, turn on the product and the computer. Connect the product and the computer, if they are not already connected.

Also, have HP Solution Center or HP Director software installed and running on your computer. This software automatically loads onto your computer when you install the product software. If the Digital imaging Monitor (DIM) icon ( ) displays in the lower-right corner of the computer by the clock (the systems tray), the software is running.


Figure 1: The DIM icon in the systems tray







Step one: Load the original

Follow these instructions to place the original on the product.






  1. Raise the top cover of the product.


  2. Place your original print-side down on the glass.










     NOTE: The engraved diagram next to the scanner glass shows exactly where to place the document (usually on the right-front corner or the left-front corner).




  3. Close the scanner lid.





Step two: Scan the original from the computer

Follow these instructions to scan the original and then transfer the image to a computer using HP Solution Center or HP Director.










 NOTE: This section includes instructions for both HP Solution Center and HP Director. Follow the instructions for only the software you installed on the computer with your HP product. For example, if you have HP Solution Center installed on your computer, you do not need to follow the steps for HP Director.






Option one: Scan the original using HP Solution Center





Use these instructions to scan the original using HP Solution Center.




  1. Open HP Solution Center using one of the following methods:




    • Double-click the HP Solution Center icon ( ) on the Windows desktop.


    • Click Start , click All Programs , point to HP , and then click HP Solution Center .




  2. Click the tab with the name of the product that you will use to scan the original.


  3. Click either the Scan Picture button (if your original is a picture) or the Scan Document button (if your original is anything other than a picture).


  4. When the Scan Options screen opens, click the down arrow button ( ) to select the following scan options:




    • Scan to: Select the scan destination from the drop-down list (new scanned images save here).










       NOTE: Not all scan destinations accept image files.




    • File Type: Select the file type (usually jpeg image). Use the following table for general guidelines on file types, if necessary.






























      File TypeDescription
      Bitmap (.bmp)Windows and most Windows programs accept Bitmap files. Bitmap files are often large.
      TIFF (.tif)TIFF files are widely accepted by programs that work with photographs and other images. A TIFF file is a type of bitmap graphic and can be any resolution. Multiple platforms use TIFF images.
      TIFF compressed (.tif)TIFF compressed files are smaller than standard TIFF files.
      JPEG (.jpg)JPEG is a compressed file format for images. JPEGs have a small file size and fast transmittal speed. JPEG files are the ideal format for multicolor images, and Web browsers support them as the default format.However, JPEGs have reduced image quality and lose image data each time the file compresses. JPEGs are compatible with only the Millions of Colors and 256 Gray Shades output types.
      GIF (.gif)GIF is a compressed file format suitable for an image that used on the Web or on multiple platforms. These files are best for text, line drawings, and logos. You can save GIF files as an interlaced GIF. GIF files are not compatible with the Millions of Colors output type.





  5. Click Scan .


  6. On the preview screen, make changes as needed, and then click Accept .



The scan saves as an image file to the selected scan destination.





Option two: Scan the original using HP Director



Use these instructions to scan the original using HP Director.




  1. Open HP Director using one of the following methods:




    • Double-click the HP Director icon ( ) on the Windows desktop.


    • Click Start menu, click All Programs , point to HP , and then click HP Director .




  2. Click either the Scan Picture button (if your original is a picture) or the Scan Document button (if your original is anything other than a picture).


  3. In the Scan to box, select Save to File .


  4. Click the Scan button.










     NOTE: If you set the defaults to show a preview of the document, the image will display with some options.




  5. Click Save . The document scans to the designated folder.






 

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