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First, let me ask you this question, How do you know that word once use native mode and once bufferred memory mode, and photoshop always use bufferred memory mode?
( I think you scan an image using word and then you use your application to query the source about it’s current transfer mode, and you do the same with photoshop )
please answer this question and specify the scanner model you use.
because I have a problem related to this subject.
About your question:
The transfer mode is native mode by default and the source can’t choose the transfer mode on it’s own. Because if the transfer mode is set to bufferred memory mode then the application (in your case word) has to query the source about the buffer size and then allocate that buffer in the memory and give the source the buffer address then the source fill it after that when the transfer is done the application has to deallocate that buffer.
so about why word use once native mode and once bufferred memory mode then that related to word itself I think.