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KOdak 2500 D -- cannot find target device

Window XP can not find inf. file under control panel
result is --- error message
CAN NOT FIND TARGET DEVICE.

I install SCSI driver / ISIS ,TWAIN driver,
but same error message

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Go to Kodak's website and download the scan verification tool (the SVT), and see what it tells you. I use the 2500D with an Adaptec 2940 SCSI controller, and a 50-50 pin SCSI Cable.  I use the twain driver from Kodak's website and paperport 9 software.  This combination seems to work.

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