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Can't connect scanner to laptop.

The cord on my scanner (HP scanjet 4600) cannot plug into the laptop. The prongs on the scanner cord are aligned differently than the opening on the laptop. Is there an adapter?

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  • strutter Nov 03, 2008

    Yes. Should there have been an adapter cable with the scanner?

  • velut_umbra May 11, 2010

    Prongs? This is supposedly an USB device...

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