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#1 ringoes

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Posted 14 November 2010 - 02:48 PM

I stumbled upon this file in c:\temp after noticing it had been modified after I made a scanning profile for my HP SCANNER. Not sure the two are related. Googling calibtest.txt didn't help; other than making me suspect it has something to do with PDF files. I deleted it; re-scanned something and it was recreated.

Can anyone enlighten me?

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Posted 14 November 2010 - 05:41 PM

It certainly appears to be a scanner calibration record. Does it contain strings of test figures like:

dpi=75
adcoffset=1.42
adcgain=0.16
blackshading=0.28
whiteshading=0.42
Total Time=3.00
FWTestTime=3.75
ScanTime=4.16

dpi=150
adcoffset=1.83
adcgain=0.17
blackshading=0.31
whiteshading=0.56
Total Time=3.53
FWTestTime=9.59
ScanTime=10.05

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