Here lately I've ran into an issue where the HP Scan software doesn't install on Windows 10 machines(installs fine on Windows 7). The printer is an HP Laserjet Pro M426fdw. I downloaded the latest full software package installer from the HP website.
I ran the installer and it installed the printer and I can print to it fine. It also installs the I. Canon Dr C125 Driver For Windows 10. R.I.S. OCR software fine. Before it used to automatically create a shortcut for the HP Scan software on the desktop. Now, no shortcut and I can't even find the HP Scan software listed anywhere on the programs. I need this scan software to be able to scan multiple pages to PDF file type(native windows app only scan to image file types). Anyone else have this problem and found a solution?
Not best answer. The issue is to install the HP Scan on any supported Windows Client / Server to the already installed HP Printer; irregardless of how the OS sign in method (Microsoft account, local or domain authentication) AND irregardless of whether or not the user or business model chooses to integrate or use Windows Store apps. If a printer driver developer is allowing one to download, install and use such drivers, then make sure it's all-inclusive to its purposed intent can install and function to/fromt he OS (and it's connected methods): print, scan, fax. Ar9485 Driver Windows 10 Asus.
Here lately I've ran into an issue where the HP Scan software doesn't install on Windows 10 machines(installs fine on Windows 7). The printer is an HP Laserjet Pro.
(ethernet, USB 2.0 or 3.0, wireless). Wireless FYI: If your wireless channel is set to 6, you may try moving it to a different channel to isolate wireless setup issues with many HP Printers. This is uncalled for, as once again, one should not risk causing other dependencies requiring channel 6. To date, (in our case, 2017-08-11-WED) we have not found a SOLVED answer to this. PS Here is a possible alternative, which worked for us on wired Ethernet TCP/IP and USB, but not over wireless LAN connected HP Printers.