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Intermittent scanner problem

My scanner cuts (mostly on the left side) the image so that the original is cropped.  This problem is intermittent, in that I can complete several scans without difficulty.  It is random, in that there is no pattern (number of scans between problem).

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What brand of scanner is it?

Check in your Twain settings if you have auto-edge detection enabled. Sometimes this will mistake content on the page for the edge of the document.

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Scanned image is unsatisfactorily cropped
You can turn auto-cropping off or adjust how the image is cropped.
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1
From your desktop, double-click the Lexmark X6100 Series
All-In-One Center
icon.
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icon.
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