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Scanner is not reading multiple pages...

It will scan multiple page if I use quick scan with multiple pages and will do multiple pages duplex from that section. If I go to OEM and select duplex scan, it will feed all pages but only scans first page simplex.

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Check your scanning software settings. If you are getting only one file output, then you must have chosen 'multipage' option.
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Posted on Jun 13, 2009

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But SORRY you cannot make a duplex copy on the stand alone machine itself.

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