Thank you for your help! I use an HP Scanjet 5590 and was having the same problem. The HP software is really bad, so I was using Abode Acrobat X. It kept scanning both sides no matter what I did. So when I found your page, I tried the "Show Scanner's Native Interface" under custom scan. And lo and behold, HP had a setting checked to automatically scan both sides from the feeder. I unchecked it, and now the Adobe Acrobat X will only scan the front side under any preset! Maybe your Fujitsu software was also inferring in the same way?
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