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When trying to scan the message ' hpqgends.tmp' file is needed.  What is this and how do I get it ? Or how can I get my scanner to communicate with the computor.  Have run a test on the scanner and it is working. I am a new computor owner and do not know much about anything ........please help !!
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Do you have admin rights on your machine? If so, try to reinstall the driver for the scanner.
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Thanx,

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