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Benq scanner I have a BenQ Scanwit 2720S film scanner. Was working OK but now in preview mode only scans in the first frame or slide. Has anyone experienced this problem and tell me what is happening? Any advice gratefully received. Thanks Rod i have received scanner error [ffff:0064]

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