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Old February 24th 12, 04:40 PM posted to alt.comp.periphs.scanner
Sonnich Jensen[_2_]
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Default HP Scanner makes everything yellow


Here are some pictures:

A is the original picture, 50% in order to make it fit here.
As you can see only a part of it is in the right colours.

A part of the original scan is the B - with "waves" in it, I have seen
that before and know simply to resize. But you can see the colour
difference better.

What causes the yellowness and how can I fix it?

It is a HP Scanjet 2400.


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