NS_SCAN.INI Driver File Contents (epson317825eu.exe)

[Settings]
SuppressTWAIN=0
ActiveDocumentType=0
ShowSmartScanUI=1
Regional=E
Version=3.2
Release=
usm=1
isepson=1

[DocumentTypes]
Count=7
Document0=ScanToFile
Document1=Magazine
Document2=Newspaper
Document3=Document

[ScanToFile1]
Title=ScanToFile
Descreen=0
ScanMode=2
StartPoint_X=0
StartPoint_Y=0
ScanWidth=24000
ScanHeight=24000
Resolution=5
EnableADF=0
Brightness=0
Contrast=0
Sample=8
Document0=0
ExposureMode=1
EPResolution=100
EPScale=1.000000
Draftscan=0

[Document]
Title=Document
Descreen=0
ScanMode=2
StartPoint_X=0
StartPoint_Y=0
ScanWidth=10162
ScanHeight=13162
Resolution=7
EnableADF=0
Brightness=0
Contrast=0
Sample=8
ExposureMode=0
EPScale=1.000000
Draftscan=0
EPResolution=1

[Remove]
delete=1
Title=app

[ScanToFile]
StartPoint_X=0
StartPoint_Y=0
ScanWidth=24000
ScanHeight=24000
IsADF=0
IsMultiPage=0
ScanMode=2
Material=0
Resolution=5
Document0=0
[auto]
scan=0
[DS]
EPType=0
First=0
[run]
curApplet=eScan




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