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My Canon MX882 all-in-one no longer seems to detect multiple documents/photos on the scanner platen. It worked very well until today. Any ideas?

My Canon MX882 has always been able to detect multiple documents until today. I wonder if there is some sort of cache or memory of recent scanned information which needs to be reset or cleared out. I have rebooted my Mac, disconnected and reconnected my printer-to-Mac interface cable, turned off and on the MX882, closed the MP Navigator software and reopened, and changed the scanner settings, then reset to Color Photo with Auto Detect of Multiple images -- nothing seems to work. No matter how many documents/photos I place on the platen, the result is a single image. Help!

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SOURCE: MP Navigator EX - CanoScan Lide 200, scanner.

I am sharing a link below.Please visit the link and click on 'Brochures and Manuals'
http://usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/scanners/photo_scanners/canoscan_lide200#Features
Now click on the Download button beside"LiDE 200 On-screen Manual (Windows 7/7 x64/Vi...File Name: lide200osmwin110us.exe" and this file will get downloaded.
Run the file and a On Screen Manual will be created on your Desktop.
Open the manual and you will find all your answers regarding your scanner operation with detailed images to help you out step by step.
Go thorough the Option Scanning with advanced settings and you will learn to scan multiple documents as a single attachment.
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im sorry???

for my analyzation on your problem...

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i hope it helps..rate me..

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