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well ithink tou are using the ADF to copy something...you will have to clean the scanner glass(not the scan bed but when you lift the ADF cover you will see a scanner glass about inch wide)...it should resove your concern...
Here are some instructions from the Lexmark X63 which was similar to the X125.
The Lexmark X63 uses a sheet fed scanner, intended to scan 8 1/2 x11 inch paper.
To scan a document between 5 1/2 inches and 8 3/4 inches wide, center the document between the paper feed guides leading into the scanner and make sure the document is held straight,. Do not bend the document as it is fed into the scanner.
To scan photos or pictures that are 5 1/2 inches wide or smaller, you will need to use a flatbed scanner, or "mat" the image into a regular letter-size paper and scan the entire page. When the scan process is complete, crop out the picture using the AUTO CROP option in the Scan and Copy Control program or the photo-editing software.
Does this same thing happen if you just print a report out of it?
Here's the logic behind this.
If it happens on scanning or copying, but not on printing that's a problem with the scanning section.
If it happens on everything (scanning, printing etc) that's a problem with in the printer controls.
Usually on lasers, if it's printing related, the first thing to do is change the toner.
If the imaging drum (which is part of the toner cartridge) is damaged, it will leave lines down the page.
This is a fairly common problem on refilled toners.
If you have changed the toner, and it still does it, it's a different problem.
There is a small strip of glass on the left side directly under the edge of the scanner, About a half an inch wide. It has something on it.
May be very hard to see, use a strong glass cleaner or some alcohol and a regular piece of paper to clean it with.
2. TRASH and REINSTALL the drivers 3. Try a different application and file 4using a PHOTO PRINTER (Stylus PHOTO) try to set the QUALITY OPTION to BEST PHOTO or PHOTO RPM 5. Go to PRINTING PREFERENCES and hit ADVANCE 6. Choose the right PAPER TYPE, SIZE and SOURCE then disable HIGH SPEED 7. Once all those are set choose PHOTO RPM under the COLOR MANAGEMENT box and try printing 8. This will print a lot slower but will be using alot of ink and eliminate the lines
There could be something on the scan glass. You have to open the cover on the scanner and look across the scanner glass. It is only about a half to an inch wide strip that the original passes over.
If there is nothing on that glass then some of the segments in that array have gone bad and it would need to be replaced.