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Old Nov 16, 2002, 06:11 AM
cwyles cwyles is offline
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Default Scanner Problem? [; ; win95b]

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I have a Black Widow 4800 scsi scanner and it has been working fine for about two weeks.

When I now open MGI photosuite software to access the scanner, the normal twain software opens and it will allow me to pre-scan without a problem....
But when I go to scan, it now comes up say -
'Temp Disc Space Not Enough Select A Smaller Image'

I am only selecting the area of a normal 6x4" photo, as it has worked fine with this same area selected previously?

I have deleted some files from the Temp folder and cleaned out all internet temp and waste basket etc..
But none of these has done any good.

Any suggestions anyone....please!!!!!!

Many thanks

Old Nov 16, 2002, 11:29 AM
flintstone flintstone is offline
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Sounds like you aint enough room on HD for the picture you are trying to create .
DPI to high will cause large file size .

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