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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Lost installation CD
Well, I cannot help you with a disk, but I can offer this insight:
Seems this scanner only works with USB2 ports, and if you only have USB1 ports, you will not have any luck.
Additionally, while I cannot help you with drivers, I have found others who say that Windows XP (and it is assumed Vista) does not need drivers to operate this scanner.
Simply go to the Control Panel, (after it's plugged in to a USB2) and click on Scanners and Cameras. The operating system will guide you through a wizard which will allow you to scan images into your computer.
Once there, however, you are sort of on your own to choose the software you want to edit those images.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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