M3035 MFP Error 110/6005 (0x1775) on send to folder

by Community Manager on ‎12-14-2011 08:05 AM

Question

I have several M3035 MFPs and a couple of M4345 MFPs. Last week I upgraded the server to 2008 R2 x64 and all of them started giving error code : 110/6005 (0x1775) when doing a scan to folder. I can scan to a server across town that is a 2003 and another that is a 2008. It seems to give this error more often the larger the scan is. I upgraded the firmware on one of the scanners from 20081208 48.081.2 to 20101206 48.171.5 but still get the same error.

Answer

I had the exact same problem after HP replaced the hard drive and formatter because the printer would hang during booting. After replacing those parts I got this error a lot scannign to a network folder. Called HP, they said update the firmware, that even though the configuration page says it is up to date, it needs to be updated again because of the new drive. There is a more up to date version now on HP's site that is supposed to fix this better.

Comments
by dbenizri on ‎04-23-2013 06:03 AM

I have just got the same problem after installing a new MFP HP4730, previously  I never got this problem, but now the same problém occurs on BOTH printers and not systematically

most large scans are troncated at 125 Ko  in PDF format and therefore corrupted

 

How did you solve your problem then ?

by johnjairo on ‎02-19-2014 06:18 AM

I have a different question but I don't know how to post it.

I have a Brother MFC-240C  wired to a computer that is in my home network,it works perfect from this computer. When I search for the printer from other computer in my network, it founds it but is unable to install it, the printer doesn't print or scan at all. I'm using windows 7 64 bit in both HP computers, any help?

by Bruce Lowrie 4 weeks ago

I am having the same issue going to an EMC Isilon NAS cluster share , but Scan to work to a windows server share works fine. Scan to the NAS previously work fine until this week.

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