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You probably have Roboform as well. Launch Roboform. It will open in Internet Explorer. Open the settings option.Under the default proflie window select 'applications integration', then uncheck 'automatically attach to Windows applications'. Reboot your system. The program should now close after scans.
hi, it sounds like the scanner is multifeeding, and as you have it set to A4 once that length is scanned, its just getting rid of the rest and starting the new page. Try cleaning or replacing the separation pad, or to prove the fault, hold the 2nd sheet until the 1st is scanned and its trying to pick thyen 2nd.
If all the pages are being fed through ADF and if image format is TIFF, then you may require another application to view the multi page TIFF image. If you're using ScandAll 21 or ScandAll Pro application for scanning, you have to choose multi page scan option in Batch Scan Setting. Please follow the help contents provided in the scanning application.
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Found it! To fix the SA010771 error. This assumes you have already sat there (like I did) and tried everything including adding the event in the scanner settings and changing 0 to ScandALL PRO) Open Scandall Pro click SCAN - Batch Scan Settings - Add a new profile, for the moment just leave everything as is (change it later). Click Close then close ScandALL PRO and then reopen it. Click TOOL - Preferences - Event tab, you should now be able to select Profile 1 (or whatever you named it) from the dropdown for Scan. You can figure the rest out from there : )
Possibly you need a more professional program. Scanning utilities following scanners (free) aren't a "Production" tool. Using PixEdit you can scan with one single click and after the scan is finished you could scan the next stack of pages. While it is then scanning the previosus document is processed with blank page removal, deskew, OCR, barcode recognition and a lot of other stuff. The reason is PixEdit using the mulitple cores in modern PCs.