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  1. This isn't so much a problem as a question to the cause. i have noticed since upgrading to Mountain Lion that scanning time for documents has increased dramatically. Under 10.7 i could scan pages at an average of 22 to 36 seconds per page on an HP laserjet. After upgrading to 10.8 that time has risen to over a minute per page. At first i thought it was because the drivers were outdated, but HP has since issued a 10.8 native installer. i uninstalled the software/drivers, and reinstalled with the upgrade with no change in scanning time. i have already posted on the relevant forums of people in a position to fix this, but have gotten no replies. My question for this community is what causes this? It seems counter-intuitive to me. Any ideas?
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