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Nikon coolscan 9000

Rapid blink of lights does not recognize any film holders

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  • photogal Nov 15, 2007

    there is no rapid blinking of lights but it still will not recognize the film holders!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! help!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hi How to count my scanned frames with nikon ls-9000 ED?

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The 9000 scanner won't show the thumbnails - it just shows a green arrow which says switch thumbnails display mode and then doesn't show any!
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Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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Close the scan program --turn off and unplug the scanner---plug the LS9000 back in and turn it on----reopen the scan program--this is my method on my LS-8000--It does this quite often !

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