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I need a mac update for my scanner

I am using OS 10.5.6 and when I try to scan I get the message that there is "No scan options"

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I have an Agfa snapscan e20 and would like to use it from my Macbook. The scanner is an old thing. Is this possible and can you give me software to download? Thanks


First thing you should do is after you have connected the scanner to your computer, go to Finder, navigate to Applications and then double-click on the "Image Capture" icon. Press the "Scan" button on your scanner. The Image Capture application will recognize the connected scanner and will display a preview of the picture. Select any special options you want for the scanned picture and click "Scan" in the lower-right corner of the preview window. A scanned image of the picture will now be saved to the "Pictures" section of your user folder. I am advising you to try this as your MAC OS might recognize the scanner without the drivers.

If that doesn't work, try the drivers from Agfa website for SnapScan E20. Website doesn't specify for which MAC OS version they are. In addition, here's a link to th manual.

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RE Canon scanner problem 'No driver found'. downloaded new updated software twice and got the same message. Using Apple Mac Os x (snow L.)


Pls disconnect the scanner, uninstall scanner driver and switch of the computer. After restarting, run Scan disk and then install appropriate driver for MAC OS and connect the scanner. This should work.
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Powerlook Umax 1100 Flatbed scanner & Mac 10.5.5 Driver's..?


Looks like they'll let you buy Silverfast SE for just ... $49. Wow. Expensive price for just a driver.

On the premise you may not need the Silverfast software per se, just the driver, you may be able to, after investigating the legality, try a demo version of a Silverfast product and see if you can keep the driver itself after you get uninstall Silverfast.

http://www.silverfast.com/get_demo/en.html

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Hp officejet 6110xi all in one


I did a search of your product's help pages on HP.com but didn't come up with an exact match for your error message relevant to an Apple Mac OS X. Before offering suggestions, let me make sure I understand the problem.

You have a Word document open on your Mac and you want to insert an image into the document that's on the scanner.

I'm actually not clear as to whether you successfully scanned an image in the first place. If you did scan the image, where did you store it to? Have you tried scanning the image and saving it to your computer? If you can do this successfully, try inserting the image into your Word document from the location on your computer.

If you tried to scan an image and got the error message, then there is a communication problem between your Mac and the printer. Since you can print, the cable connection must be good. If the error message is suggesting that you reinstall the drivers, you can find the instructions for how to do this at the following web page at HP.com:

Installing and Uninstalling Printer Software on your Mac

You may or may not have your original software disc that came with the printer. If you don't or if you need an updated print driver, you can download that software from the following web page, assuming you are running Mac OS X:

Mac OS X Printer Software and Driver Downloads

Occasionally, you can solve errors by installing print drivers that are more recent than those you originally installed when you first got your printer. That's the benefit of downloading the latest drivers from HP.

On the off change you are using Mac OS 9, here's the relevant software download page (the version of the Mac operating system matters):

Mac OS 9 Printer Software and Driver Downloads

If all you want to do is to insert an image into a Word document, you shouldn't need Adobe Photoshop or any other expensive software application. You aren't trying to do any fancy editing of the graphic, just insert a pre-existing image into a document.

I hope some of the above suggestions help. Post back your results and good luck.

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Mac OS X Leopard & Dimage Scan Elite II


Forget about the Minolta software. It's buggy at best with OS X. Use VueScan instead. A free trial is available so you can test it before you commit to buying it.

http://www.hamrick.com

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Scanner not found


Macintosh: Scanning Software Does Not Open or Stops Responding in Mac OS X V10.4
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01396146&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=1138342&rule=15414&lang=en



The link will take you to the HP page where the handle for this problem is detailed. I did every step as listed and downloaded updated driver / software for the 4315. It works!



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Epson software update for Leopard


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Is this the one that you tried installing? when you opened the file do you have a sub installer folder as well? if you have sub uinstaller folder, open it up and install everything as well then try running the epson scan. keep me posted for any progress, thanks!

TWAIN Driver and EPSON Scan Utility v3.03A
Intel-based Macs with OS X (v10.5 - 10.5.x) compatible, PowerPC Macs with OS X (v10.5 - 10.5.x) compatible, Intel-based Macs with OS X (v10.4.4 - 10.4.x), PowerPC Macs with OS X (v10.2.8 - 10.4.x)
epson12093.dmg - 11.9MB - posted on 12/01/06

Jul 14, 2008 | Epson Perfection 4990 Flatbed Scanner

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Epson Scan Reporting "Unable to write file" when scanning a photo on a Mac.


Do you have sufficient disc space? That is the only reason you should see an error like this.

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Driver update for Mac 10.xx for HP 4470c flatbed scanner


I'm having the same problem, it's £10 from Hp's website, unless anyone out there can get it for free?

Nov 30, 2007 | HP Scanjet 4470c Flatbed Scanner

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Update driver for UMAX Astra 2200 for Mac OS X


8.6 -9.1 is the lastest available.
Sorry, your scanner is too old for newer versions of MAC OS


http://umax.com/download/index.jsp

Nov 17, 2007 | Umax Astra 2200 Flatbed Scanner

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