How to do device settings (HP)

Here we will explain how to do device settings with HP tablet PCs.


Device image (Hardware diagram)

1. Tablet PC
2. Electric adapter (for the docking station)
3. Electric cord (for the docking station)
4. Docking station
5. Scanner
6. USB cable for connecting to the tablet PC.
7. Electric adapter (for scanner)
8. Electric adapter cord (for scanner)


Device image (Docking station diagram)

4-1. Electric connector
4-2. USB port
4-3. LAN (wired) port (Unnecessary if you are using wireless LAN)


1. Connect the cables of the devices.

  • Connect the docking station and the tablet PC
  • Connect the power cords of the docking station and the scanner.
  • Connect the USB cable to the tablet PC and the scanner (the USB port for the scanner is on the back)
  • Connect a LAN cable you have on hand to the LAN port of the docking station (Unnecessary if you are using wireless LAN)


2. Turn on the scanner.
There is no power button for the scanner, but it turns on when you open the cover.
When the power is on, the blue light in the picture below will come on.

3. Lightly press the switch on the top of the tablet PC to turn it on.
 When the PC is turned on, it is set for auto log-in.
 *The Windows account name will be either "Sansan" or "Profiler". There is no password set.

4. When it is on, the screen below will come up, but please wait and do not do anything until the scanner app screen comes up.


5. When the start up is finished, the scanner app screen will come up.
If you are connecting with wired LAN or DHCP (automatic IP address acquisition), "Connected" will appear in the lower left of the scanner app. When "Connected" appears, the set up is complete.

When "No Internet connection!" appears, move ahead to doing the internet settings.


Connecting to the internet

Please see the following page for how to connect to the internet with the environment you are using.

When the devices are set up and the scanner app is open, connect to the internet and try scanning some business cards.


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