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Canoscan lide 70

Like many others I receive the following message when trying to scan a document or anything else for that matter -
"Unable to scan - make sure there is enough space on the target disc".
I have over 130G available on my hard drive.Any advice would be much appreciated.
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Peter FREER

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Head for the Canoscan Toolbox and click on "Settings".
Under "select folder where temporary files are saved", click on "browser".
Choose where you want the scanned item to be sent and then click 'OK".
This works for me.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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