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I accidentally dropped my scanner once onto the floor. Although it did not leave any physical outer damage, when I tried to turn it on, it would not completly resgister into the computer. I am not sure how to fix it or if I should just buy another one. Please reply back so that I can get it running.

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A qualified technician would charge about $50 to take a look at it. If any parts are broken, and replacement parts happen to be available, add another $50.

Or, buy a new scanner for $50 to $100.

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