W7_stand alone scanner colour laser prints docs in wrong colour

  SparkyJack 13:32 29 Apr 15

System 7 an elderly Epson scanner Dell colour laser

Copying a black document results in blue prints.which is getting it wrong-system ,scanner or printer?

  bumpkin 13:50 29 Apr 15

I had the same thing happen although it was an inkjet not a lazer. Re-installing the software fixed it in my case.

  Gordon Freeman 15:36 29 Apr 15

Yes, I was going to suggest re-install the software, or (if the facility exists) recalibrate the scanner.

  Jollyjohn 16:07 29 Apr 15

Scan in Greyscale or lineart - not colour

  SparkyJack 09:24 30 Apr 15

Pondering this , I concluded as follows ,disregarding today's 'All in one' printers that can work 'standalone' independent of a computer. A separate scanner through computer to printer set up will create a Jpeg file in so doing the scanner will 'pickup' the UVwhitener added to modern paper and will deliver a 'bluey'image so perhaps an image editor could come into play. Another session perhaps a scan/copy/print through 'Paint shop' or similar tto colour correct/scan in monochrome could be an answer.

Watch this space.

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