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I have upgraded from windows 7 home edition to windows 7 professional. I then downloaded windows xp virtual pc as windows update said i would be able to still use my summit photofix copier on xp. I seem to be having problems installing it properly. I can get the arcsoft photo programme to download but when i click on 'get photos from scanner' it says there isn't one! Help me please....

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  • k_s_farmer Sep 29, 2010

    I have the box still and it says Summit Photofix Copier but nothing else..

  • k_s_farmer Sep 29, 2010

    Also, it says operating systems windows xp

  • k_s_farmer Sep 29, 2010

    Any ideas yet?

  • k_s_farmer Sep 29, 2010

    Sorry for not replying earlier - I have got the disc and on the specification it says operating systems Windows XP, Windows Vista (32-bits).
    When I originally had Windows 7 Home Edition on my new pc, I found out that if I upgraded to Windows 7 Professional, I could download Windows XP Mode which would allow me to use the summit photofix copier as before in the virtual pc. I have no idea how you change to the vista drivers? Thank you for your help....

  • k_s_farmer Sep 29, 2010

    Hi
    I just replied to you but it seems to have vanished - did you receive it?

  • k_s_farmer Sep 30, 2010

    I will try the vista driver and if not working I will buy the new sp5.
    Thank you for your help.

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Hi,

Unfortunately, there is not yet any driver for Windows 7 for Summit Photofix Copier ( that's the reason when you click on get photo's, it says - there isn't one ). However, you might be able to use the Vista driver in compatibility mode.

To do so, please right click on the installer, and choose the "Troubleshoot Compatibility" option. Follow the wizard and see if the device is working.

I would like to share few more details with you :-

Do you have sp5?

It is windows 7 compatible.

http://www.intro2020.co.uk/pages/summit9.htm

More people are going for the replacement to get sp5 which is windows 7 compatible.

One last thing to try, you could go ahead and download :-

http://www.hamrick.com/

It might not be a compatible one, however worth a try if it could work as a substitute.


Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

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Could you post me the full model of your summit photofix copier. Theres SP5, SP2. etc

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  • Ekse Sep 29, 2010

    Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. I see that the copier supports windows Vista, which means that it will work on windows 7 as well. Did you receive a disc with the copier? do you still have it? Does it mention Vista on the disc? --- we could install the vista drivers from the disc and it should work.

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