10-10-2017 07:15 PM
Scanning with IJ Scan Utility has recently begun creating duplicate pdf and jpg files. The only "solutions" I've found in this forum aren't practical for me and are unusable: 1) Return all Settings to factory default or 2) use Image Garden (never will use ImagGarden as it's extremely slow and clunky). I never had any issues in several previous years of use. Anyone with a solution that works in the real world? Thanks! (Win7, 32-bit)
12-21-2017 11:05 AM - last edited on 12-24-2017 10:36 AM by Stephen
Open the IJ Scan Utility and go to Settings. Once there, select the Default settings for each tab on the left and click OK.
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12-24-2017 10:25 AM
Hey Michael, thanks for the reply. Your "solution" for using the default settings does create a single copy that places the output file in C:/users/name/MyDocuments. But as I mentioned, these defaults don't work for me... my C: drive is dedicated to my Win7 OS and all data files are on a separate D: drive. This is done for security, reliability, speed etc so scanning to my C drive is a non-starter. My preferences for output file on D: drive had worked for several years. It's only been recently that the Canon outputs had begun duplicating scan results. I'd assume that "Preferences" should assume that a user shouldn't have to use defaults. I also don't use Image Garden due to it's extreme clunkiness/speed on my pc (Win7, 32bit, 4gb RAM). Any idea what has changed and how I can continue to use the preferences for output location etc that have always worked in the past?
12-24-2017 10:36 AM
As Michael mentioned, if his solution didn't work, you'll need to contact technical support. They're at 1-800-828-4040. Our US-based team is available weekdays from 10am to 10pm (ET), excluding holidays.