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When i scan an image in and then crop it with the photoshop software, when I hit "accept" the file closes, the scanner gets stuck in "scanning" mode and the image file is lost. I used to do this all the time, but suddenly in the past week, this happens anytime I goto crop an image and "accept" the changes. Please help!

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Use add/remove programs to remove photoshop, and then reinstall it.

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