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When i Scanning my Documents with following setting 200 DPI, Duplex mode and Gray Scale with this setting, i have very slow my scanner speed, about 15 ppm speed on 9080c scanner, pl solve this problem if any solution found

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Various ways....Try these! the slow problem wil get off

How to change the resolution (Windows)
The precision of printouts can be improved by changing scanning resolution.
The higher the scanning resolution is, the more precise the scanned images are represented, however, the file size gets larger.
The scanning resolution can be changed before scanning photos.
Note: When the scanning resolution is doubled, the image data size will be quadrupled.
When the data size is large, the throughput speed may slow down or may occupy too much of the computer's resources (memory).

<Procedures>
Memo: The following is explained using MP Navigator 3.0 procedures.
To scan using MP Navigator:
1. Launch MP Navigator and click Photos/Documents (Platen) on the Scan/Import tab.
80006642en_05sj00759_en_00.jpg- The window you see varies according to the printer model.
2. When the Photos/Documents (Platen) window is displayed, click Specify.
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3. When the Scan Settings window is displayed, select the resolution in Scanning Resolution.
If necessary, set other items as well.
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4. Click OK.
5. In the Photos/Documents (Platen) window, click Scan to start scanning.
6. Changing the resolution is completed.


To scan using the scanner driver:
1. Launch MP Navigator and click Open Scanner Driver on the Scan/Import tab.
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2. Change the resolution.
According to your purpose, set the resolution in Simple Mode with ease, or in Advanced Mode with a detailed setting.
- To set the resolution in Simple Mode:
(1) Select the Simple Mode tab.
(2) Select the output resolution from the Destination pulldown menu.
If necessary, set other items.
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- To set the resolution in Advanced Mode:
(1) Select the Advanced Mode tab.
(2) In Output Resolution, select one of the preset resolution, or enter the number from 25 to 19200 to specify your favorite resolution.
If necessary, set other items.
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3. Click Scan to start scanning.
4. Changing the resolution is completed.

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Scanning in colour


Who and where do you get the idea that you should be able to, to scan in colour you need a colour scanner, yours is not it has a greyscale scanner only.

This machine has a scanning kit option but that is not colour see specs below.

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Network Security:
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