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Windows can't find driver for FI-5660C

When I plug the FI-5450C scanner's USB cable to my Windows XP PC, Windows recognizes the new device but can't find the device driver to install. I installed the most recent TWAIN driver and followed all the instructions in the installation guide, including rebooting. It should be noted that I am successfully using a Fujitsu FI-5120C on the same PC.

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Re: Windows can't find driver for FI-5660C

THE PROPER WAY ON INSTALLING USB DEVICES 1. Do not plug in your device right away. Install all drivers and software first! 2. Reboot 3. Plug the power or turn on your USB Device 4. Plug in the USB Port. 5. Windows Will detect the Device Automatically. Finish! Hope this helps.

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    Restart your PC if prompted to do so.

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