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Hi folks, maybe you can help me out. I usually work in black and white so I never had this issue before. But now I'm scanning some colored art and I'm having a hard time. In the resulting scanned image colors are so different from the original. I know often some adjustment it's needed but it's seems too much. I thoght it could be a monitor calibration problem so I printed it, but it looks the same as the scanned file, meaning very different from the original. Y tried changing the option of the scanner software (not really knowing what I was doing, just trying different options) but it didn't help much.
My printer/scanner it's a Epson TX420w.
Can anyone help me? It's this something common? Is there a way to calibrate the scanner?