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Scanning speed slowed...

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My scanner has always been very fast, but now it scans each page extremely slow....anyway to solve this issue?

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Did you change your scan resoulution? The quality of your scans will determine how slow it will pass through. another thing to check is weather it is scanning both sides, another option in your scanner properties.

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