Question about Canon CanoScan LiDE 70 Flatbed Scanner
Check the resolution settings. If you're trying to scan at 9600dpi, the image will be huge, it may not fit into ram either, so the swap file would be used and you would need twice the file space to scan the image.
Scanning at 600dpi is generally fine enough for most uses (300 or less for web use), including scanning photographs (you may want to scan negatives at 1200 though.)
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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