Question about Nikon CoolScan 9000 ED Film Scanner
The scanner used to wrok no problem. After disconnecting all cables in order to add a new card reader into the machine, everything works fine EXCEPT the CoolScan 9000. Trying to open this via Nikon Scan 4.0 or through Photoshop gives the message that "No Active Devices Were Found". I uninstalled the software and re-installed it. Same message shows up. Any suggestions?
Thanks very much!!!
I read and would like to thank, the person who mentioned this as a solution. It was stated that if you have more than one firewire on your computer, when you open the Nikon, both signals, or whatever happens in computerland, don't connect. Upon removing the drive in the other firewire, Nikon clicks in everytime. Answer: have only ONE active firewire at a time. You may need to unplug the cable to the scanner and reconnect. But that's it. I've not had any problems since
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