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I wanted to post my Girls Museum scans, but my stupid scanner is acting up and will not work. OMG, these Pixma series scanner /printer suck so much, since i've downloaded the latest update for the software and that MP Navigator 2.0 it has not been working for me. Otherwise I think it was partially my fault for it not functioning properly too, those heavy college text books sure didn't help it, being on top of it and all.
The bookscanner I borrowed from a friend has a fun problem
http://imouto.org/wtfscanner.jpg
as you can see its annoying...but if I scan the same image again the problem disappears..weird -_-;
dovac said:
The bookscanner I borrowed from a friend has a fun problem
http://imouto.org/wtfscanner.jpg
as you can see its annoying...but if I scan the same image again the problem disappears..weird -_-;
When mine use to work, mine also did the exact same thing. I had the same problem with those colored parts being there, like you said, another scan did the trick of removing them.
you guys got book scanners?
aww... i wish i had one... but they're way too expensive :(
do you know where i can get one for a good price?
was using this: http://www.plustek.com/product/book3600.asp
be warned if you want to buy it make sure its in a really dust free area, dust tends to get under the scanning bed....
Agreed. Just get a flat bed scanner that has a opening so you can lay your books at the edge.
So how well does this scanner work? Does it get the folds out like it says or close enough? I was looking for it and found there's a corporate version for twice the price, comes with this: Corporate verison includes Readiris Pro 10 Corporate Edition (value US $399.99) Don't know if that would make any difference in the quality of the scans.
Readiris is an OCR document program. Just looked it up. Also found this but it's probably a little out of our price range :) http://www.lason.com/minolta/PS5000.asp
Is there no way to open it to clean it properly? No area in the real world is really dust-free, since it's us people who generate dust.
Wraith said:
Readiris is an OCR document program. Just looked it up. Also found this but it's probably a little out of our price range :) http://www.lason.com/minolta/PS5000.asp
I've been trying to find the price, no luck so far >.<