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Contact Us. OS macOS Update History [Ver. System requirements macOS Mojave Sometimes there would be a black line accompanying it. Eventually, through lots of testing and patience-wearing-thin moments, I determined that in order for the scanner to function correctly I would have to uninstall and reinstall the drivers two of them after every one or two scans.
Uh, yeah. Not going to happen. I got a few chuckles out of you blog here. I too mail ordered the Lidi because most of the box stores want to sell you combination fax, print, and scan units, and to make life even more exciting, they are all wireless now so we get all that greif with networking and passwords and and and…….. Mine worked pretty well for a few months.
I only used it once in awhile when I wanted to scan and email a document. Then it just went dead. I did all the same stuff, even tried replacing the USB cable but it is just dead. Thanks for this. I have encountered precisely the same problem with the auto crop. I thought I must be screwing up and have wasted hours trying to figure the bugger out.
One question: how do you manually crop scanned photos? It seems this is the only alternative. Funny…this was posted exactly a year ago today. Although I had slightly better luck than you got through about pictures , I am having the same exact auto cropping problem. It just completely stopped working.