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Scanner DPI issues

I am trying to scan a section of a photo using the max scan dpi of 19200, but it comes up with 'scan file size is too large for the available virtual memory'

I can't see how this is possible as I have a 3.2G quad core, with 4G ram and 2Tb disk space with 200G dedicated to virtual.

I also get the message 'file size is too large for the available drive space' when I try the entire photo. The photo only comes out to 36Gb, that's pennies compared to 2000Gb space!!

Is this a glitch in the driver software? any help would be appreciated.

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Well..that's fine, but the virtual memory dance, is not just about size(which we all know is not the only issue, right)?..smiling.

at any rate, you'll need to allocate the VM to this function through your admin panel. You familiar with that?


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