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I have many years of experience repairing canon scanners so here is my suggestion to you.

Your problem is a common one with all scanners, they use a lot of memory to process the images your scanning in to your computer. My suggestion is to up grade your memory if you can, preferably to at least 512mb then you have now but preferably to 1 gig. Then you will be able to scan anything you want to.

I hope this helps you out.

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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