I can print but cannot scan via network. (For Mac)
The network scanning feature does not work when pressing the scan key on my Brother machine control panel. (For Windows)
I can print but cannot scan via network. (For Windows)
When I try to scan using ControlCenter4 or ControlCenter3 for Windows, I receive the error message "Error CC3-202.", "Error CC4-202", "Error CC3-205" or "Error CC4-205.
I am sharing my Brother machine. I can print but cannot scan.
I am using Scan to Email (E-mail server) function to send a scanned document directly to an E-mail address. Since our provider requires an authentication for the SMTP server, I am not able to use this function anymore.
I keep getting the error message "Authenticate Err (Authentication error)".
I installed the Full Driver & Software Package, but some applications were not installed. (For Windows 10)
When I try to scan the document, the scanner application crashes. (OS X 10.11)
The scanned data is attached to an E-mail application which I do not use regularly, or the error message indicating no default E-mail application is registered on my computer (CC4-121-xxxxxxxx) when trying to scan a document directly into my E-mail application using ControlCenter4 or the SCAN key on my Brother machine.
I cannot find the destination computer on the network when I try to scan a document using the machine's Scan key or control panel.
When I try to scan to OCR I get an error message saying "This feature is not available because there is no OCR Software installed".
I cannot scan via network getting the error "CC031" or "MTW012". (Mac OS X)
I'm using Windows XP Professional x64 Edition/ Windows Vista 64-bit edition. I'm unable to scan from Corel® Paint Shop Pro® X using the WIA driver.
I am trying to use a Brother driver from the CD supplied with the machine or downloaded from the Internet, and I cannot scan from Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows Server 2012.
On my Brother machine I selected "Scan to Network" using the control panel or SCAN key, but I cannot find my Macintosh.