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Some of the 35mm colored slides we scan are being significantly "cropped" by the scanner leaving a black band on the side(s) or top. It seems to do this on a random basis. We have tried doing one slide at a time, moving the slide to different position in the holder, turning them differently, etc.

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Look at the illustration on the slide scanner itself . It does not take into consideration the orientation used of the picture. You have to lay all slides horizontal parallel to the side of the scanner, or Perpendicular to the word "Epson" on the cover of the scanner. I thought it was trying to be to smart, but it's reall just a dumb issue. Hope this helps...

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I am having exactly the same problem. Any solution yet?

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