Unplug your scanner usb on your system. then attach it back to your computer then power on your scanner.
Do right click my computer>properties> in system properties select hardware> then, click the Device Manager> tab, then select the first listed there on USB controllers. then click the scan for hardware changes> this icon can find above or click Action menu and select >scan for hardware changes.
restart PC. Hope you can do it. And it will help you. thanks.
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The 48-bit color Visioneer OneTouch 6600 USB scanner delivers outstanding image quality by recognizing over 281 trillion colors at 600x1200 dpi optical resolution. The scanner has three convenient buttons that integrate with the ScanSoft PaperPort Deluxe software to make emailing, copying, and storing images and text effortless. The software bundle also includes ScanSoft TextBridge Pro OCR and MGI PhotoSuite III SE.
The scanner driver is certified by Microsoft for Windows XP, and also is compatible with Windows 98, Windows 2000 and Windows Millennium Edition.
I found an Windows XP driver here: http://www.mercury-pc.com/download_file.php?option=file&item_id=2870. The documentation for the Mercury KOB 1200cu+ scanner indicates support for Win 98se/Me/2000/XP. On a newer Windows OS, it may not work but you can try and see if a generic scanner driver installs when you plug it into the computer. If it is recognized, scan using Windows Fax and Scan (File, Import from Scanner) or Paint (Import from Camera or Scanner).
have an Acer Flatbed Scanner Model 310P. I've had it for a few years and I really like this scanner. I just purchased a new computer and it has Windows xp as the Operating System. I cannot get the computer to recognize the drivers. How do I download the correct drivers?
I have the same problem (on XP, Nikon Scan 3.1.2) ... IF I turn the scanner on before the computer (or turn the scanner on and then reboot) then Nikon Scan recognizes it. Can't say I'm happy with the solution, but it works consistently for me.
The current software is 1.0.3. It does work with this scanner and XP.
You should install the drivers after removing the existing driver and software. Do not hook up the scanner until the drivers have been installed.
It might not show up under the Cameras and Scanners section in Control Panel but it will still work.
When you open Elements make sure your scanner is on with the door closed. Go down to where you import and look for the scanner to be listed. It will take a minute or two to go through its calibration routine and then you should be able to scan with it.