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Error message I am scanning photos and get the error message "JPEG can't write to file" I have scanned photos before and never got this message. I tried going to the properties screen and changing to bitmap but still get the same message. What do you think could be causing this problem?

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Its the operating system on the computer since it won't accept this types of images in your computer. Try saving the scanned document on a different folder/ or in your desktop. If everything fails, reformat your computer.

Hope this helps

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