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Digital image suite 2006 lost files after crash

After scanning in a good number of files, say 30 which are all in the stack, I start doing dome light editing prior to saving them all to disk. While I'm in the middle of making edits MSDIS starts responding, crashes and the shutdown MSDIS prompt appears. I got back on the main screen and could still see all the scanned pics in the stack, but couldn't save them before exiting the program. Does anyone know where the stack of scanned raw files are located?

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SOURCE: Microsoft Digital Image Suite 2006 Anniversary Edition

You can add all your pictures to the program's library which should eliminate that problem...

To scan for pictures on your computer:
1. On Digital Image Library’s File menu, click Add Pictures to Library.
The Add Pictures to Library window opens. The folders already cataloged
in Digital Image Library are displayed.
2. Click Scan.
3. In the Beginning Picture Scan dialog box, click OK.
The hard disk drive is scanned, and the folders containing pictures are
displayed.
4. Clear the check box next to any folder you don’t want to add.
5. Click OK, and then click Done.

Hope this will FixYa!!!

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You have a problem with your scanner software or your operating system.Try connecting you scanner to another computer, install the software, and try scanning.

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The papers that were once cluttering your desk have now beentransformed into electronic documents. Within these documents, you canarrange pages, move pages to different documents, delete pages, printpages, add annotations, copy text to other Office programs, or send apage to someone in email. And still have room on your desk for yourcoffee.

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Microsoft Digital Image Suite 2006 Anniversary Edition


You can add all your pictures to the program's library which should eliminate that problem...

To scan for pictures on your computer:
1. On Digital Image Library’s File menu, click Add Pictures to Library.
The Add Pictures to Library window opens. The folders already cataloged
in Digital Image Library are displayed.
2. Click Scan.
3. In the Beginning Picture Scan dialog box, click OK.
The hard disk drive is scanned, and the folders containing pictures are
displayed.
4. Clear the check box next to any folder you don’t want to add.
5. Click OK, and then click Done.

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Epson stylus photo RX580


When you see the File Save Settings window, you need to select the location, name, and format of the scanned image file you want to save.
  1. In the File Save Settings window, specify the file folder in which you want to save your scanned image. Click the My Documents or My Pictures radio button (Windows XP or earlier versions), or the Documents or Pictures radio button (Windows Vista or Mac OS X).
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