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Scanning images out of focus

The scanner is scanning in focus images and making them blurry. Any idea what I'm doing wrong, or what I can change to combat this. I've checked the images on a lightbox, they are def sharp.

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Re: Scanning images out of focus

Don't set the scanning at any more than 300 DPI as the human eye cannot recognise any more than this. Next try scanning in through a different peice of software, like Paint shop pro or Word and see if the results are the same. Lastly uninstall the scanner driver and reinstall just to set aside a driver fault, as if the fault is still the same the scanner could be faulty.

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