Question about Canon CanoScan D660U Flatbed Scanner
I really have a Canoscan 500F, but that was not an option on the product list. Suddenly (after we moved) my scanner makes a noise when I turn it on. The light comes on but the scanner bar doesn't move. I read on another post to try oiling the scanner bar. How exactly would I do that? Any help is MUCH appreciated! JB
i fixed it by taking the thing apart, pushing the scanner head (the block that is stuck-- that normally moves) back to the starting position. Make sure its snug at the end, a little bit off and you'll be putting it have to take it apart and back together a second time. There's a mirco swtich in there somewhere, and you need to make sure its pressed...
reconstruct, and hey presto, a working scanner! this also worked for my epson 1250 that got stuck once.
Easy as a section of gateaux.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
Unlock it. I think the switch is on the bottom.
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
SOURCE: CanoScan 4400f
uninstall all drivers and software that cam with the scanner, and then try installing the software again before connection the scanner... this is a problem when there are two different twain drivers, look for C:\Windows\twain_32\CNQ4803(2) see if there is a driver in there.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
"Link Scanned images to..." refers to the programme you want to open the file. Navigate to the .exe of your preferred viewer
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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