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If the scanner has a USB connection cord connect it directly to the PC and reboot the PC. It may then recognize the scanner and have a driver for it. If it is not recognized then you should download a driver for it from the manufacter's web site. Good Luck.
Try a different USB port. If you have it plugged into the back of the pc, move it to the front, or vice versa.
Reinstalled drivers from Canon website still no go but you can go to Control Panel, select "Scanners and Cameras" and you should see your Canon scanner there. You can scan from there and use the scanning wizard.
You can try using ACDSee Pro to import image from scanner. It works ! or you can try other softwares too !
Sounds like you may have installed Driver Detective and it has taken over. Try removing any usb devices you no longer use or own first, then be sure you have the latest USB 2.0 drivers installed for your motherboard. Next try using ONLY the rear mounted USB ports for your Camera since some PC's have USB 1.0 ports located on the front panel. Good luck!
Netbooks usually doesn't have PCMCIA capability. what you sould do is to disable the bidirectional function of the printer. To disable the bidirectional support You have to open the printers properties. In the "printers and faxes" map, right click on the printer and choose properties. then on the "Ports" tab, down below there is a tick mark choice with some text like: "Enable bi-directional support " you have to clear the tick mark!
You could use a ps2 splitter cable to connect both the barcode scanner and the keyboard to the pc.
You would also have to use the correct scanner codes to ensure that the scanner is configured properly.
Alternatively, you could try connecting the scanner with only the ps2 to usb and miss out the extension cable to determine if that is the problem.
If the scanner is a ps2 wedge scanner, it will need reprogrammed with the correct scanner codes for usb.
Your USB ports on your computer may be bad. Do other devices work if you plus them into the same USB port?
You can try plugging the scanner into another PC with USB ports. If it works in the other PC, then that points to the original PC's USB ports. You can try buying an add-on USB port or using other USB ports on the PC.
If it still does not work, then there may be a problem with the USB port on the scanner, and the scanner itself may need to be serviced.