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Open the Scan Validation Tool. Select TWAIN / KODAK i2000 Scanner. Click the setup button (top left icon). Highlight Default. Click the settings button at the bottom after highlighting Default. Click Device. Power Saver / Power Off values are now shown. Maximum setting is 240 (4 hours).
Funny I was trying to get another scanner running in Lion and discovered that doing this worked with Lion and my Umax 2200. Go here and download and install these 5 packages. Now I was only able to get the scanner to work properly with the 600dpi setting. Other settings lower scanned the image in wavy. Don't forget to restart afterward and go to About this Mac and make sure that the USB connection sees the scanner. Once you do that. Sane Scan will show up in Printer/Scanner preference. Running Lion on a 3.2 quad core 1.1 MacProTower
This is a known problem with Fujitsu ScanSnaps. Some units experience the "blue button of death" meaning they no longer respond to waking the driver up when you press the blue button. Customer service is aware of the problem and if you are under warranty you should be able to get a new unit.
Try going to CanoScan Toolbox > Settings and reset the 'defaults' button at bottom... this will restore factory settings and hopefully fix your problem... The other error message you can expect to get is "unable to scan - insufficent memory, check your **** space' (or something similar)... same fix works for both! ...Have had both messages on mine, sounds like a semi-regular conflict on some sort, but seems to be easily fixed. Good luck :-)
try to reseat (unplug and replug the TPU cable at the back of scanner, and open epson scan go to professional mode and click on configuration button, go to OTHER tab and press reset all then restart computer and try if film is an option to select.