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Error 55: "Lamp I2C error reading from DAC". Operator log message: "Cycle power, if problem persists, call service.". This error is involves communication errors between the LED AY and the DAC. A couple things can be done to alleviate this issue but unfortunately, as a user, you can only perform the first step. The other steps require a Kodak Field Engineer to complete. First step, upgrade your Firmware. Firmware updates can be found at the following web page: http://graphics.kodak.com/DocImaging/US/en/Support_Center/Document_Scanners/Production/i5200_Scanner/Support/Drivers_And_Downloads/i5000_Series_Scanner_Firmware/index.htm. If you still experience issues following the firmware upgrade, call Kodak Service & Support to schedule a field engineer to be dispatched to your site.
the main board in that scanner is going bad which is why its making the high pitch sound. Time to get another scanner or call Kodak and get a replacement scanner or go back to the store where you got it from and get a new one.
If you start scanning Documents over 17 inch, then its best to swap out the 64mbyte for a 256mbyte card on the mother board cpu 100/110.
You can tell wants loaded by looking at the Info tab in the Kodak Scan Validation Tool.
This is practically impossible. This can happen only when the file is over written! Check your software settings. May be you have selected 'multipage' option. Try scanning one page and two pages (same sheet). If the file size is different, then it means two files are scanned.
Reload your Driver and check your scanning software. I am assuming you are usning winXP/Win 2000.