Question about Epson Stylus Photo RX620 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I am using the RX620 slide holder to scan 4 slides at a time. If I use a Destination of "Original", I get a very small file (10-20K). I want much bigger files which take up more screen space.
I have to manually reset the Destination to 8 1/2 by 11 for each scanned preview to get a good sized file.
I scanned thousands of files a few years ago with the same hardware and don't recall having any difficulty generating 250K and up output files.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are holders for the slides and negatives inside the top cover. Remove the white part and take out the holders. Place the slides or negatives in the holders and place on the glass plate. Then you choose the proper menu for copy or scan and follow the directions on the screen. I scanned quite a few slides and had no problem.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: Can't scan slides on Epson 4490
Please make sure that the option cable on the back of the scanner is seated properly.
You may need to trash and re-install the drivers.
To get the most recent driver compatible with your operating system, please log on to epson.com and go to the drivers and support page.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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Unless you forgot and tried to use it locked…then unlocked it after, it seems unlikely that changing the ink could directly affect anything related to the scanner. So especially if it still scans and now just makes more noise then before, we can reasonably say it isn’t a faulty locking mechanism and that the gears are probably not stripped, which would either stop it or not. So you’re looking at either something simple like the gear assembly being dry, shifted slightly, etc. or the safety by the lock that makes noise to tell you the device is locked is stuck somehow. The one can be tested by removing the little plastic safety that makes the noise when the scanner is turned on and locked; the other you might be able to test with some WD40 and see if it runs quieter.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
Testimonial: "I was trying to use it locked...I unlocked it and now it works fine, Thanks"
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