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Old 08-30-2017, 01:24 AM
yousah yousah is offline
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You might try bypassing that software and using your scanner's native interface. It's likely to be simpler.

I noticed that the VueScan software has lots of settings that just represent post-scanning operations that may be giving you bad scans.

Even if you just need a black and white scan, start with color which gives you more editing options in graphics programs. It can then be converted to black and white as the final step.

Some black and white scanner options will scan in bitmap mode which will typically give you very bad results. That's my best guess as to what might be happening.
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