Question about Canon CanoScan LiDE 60
I have many years reparing Canon scanners maybe I can help you.
My first question is why are you scanning at 600dpi? 200 to 300 dpi will work just fine for you. When you scan at that high of the dpi the scanner slows down it will operate much faster at a lower dpi. Try scanning at a lower dpi and see if that corrects your problem. Also when you scan at that high your computer has to work harder to convert the image And the image will turn into a megabyte image instead of a kilobyte image and you will be able to store more images at the lower dpi on your hard drive. I hope this helps you out and if it does leave me some feed back.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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