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[filmscanners] Re: Multi-coloured lines in images...

On Tue, 12 Feb 2002 12:17:00 +0100  Preben S. Kristensen (krille@tin.it)

> As I implied, if not stated directly, these lines are not from the
> scanner
> per se: when I move the scanner to another computer, they don't appear.
> Also, when I use another scanner with this computer the lines still
> appear.
> If I transfer clean files from another computer some of them will end up
> having lines!

I've seen exactly similar and it has been due to other processes running on
the same computer, grabbing CPU or interfering with disk writes to the work
file and causing corruption in the scan. Unfortunately I can't now remember
the exact circumstances when Vuescan used to do it, but that is where you
should be looking IMO.

Try (a)making sure you have plenty of empty, contiguous disk space
(b)removing any other running programs. Try running MSConfig.exe to stop
startup progs and services. Wintop will show you all active threads.


Tony Sleep
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