To prevent transmission problems and to resolve difficulties, it is advisable to adapt the system's energy saving plan.
There are three energy saving plans in Windows. The most common are:
Balanced - full performance, but only when it is really needed. Otherwise, energy will be saved and the performance will be reduced.
Energy saving mode - reduced PC performance and screen brightness and thus energy is saved.
High performance - Full screen brightness and full PC performance regardless of energy consumption.
By setting the energy saving plan to maximum performance, the PC has full power available, which can have a positive effect on the transmission speed and thus on the stability of the scanner.
- All Windows versions/all systems
smart optics recommends selecting the energy saving plan High performance to prevent transmission problems.
Open the energy options via the Windows search function (Windows key – Choose a power plan)
Activate the High performance power plan.