Question about Canon CanoScan LiDE100 Flatbed Scanner
TO ANYONE READING THIS...I nearly took a hammer and smashed my Canon LIDE 110 Scanner cause I was so mad that it gave me this stupid error (5,202,52) no matter where I was connecting it and I thought it was done...
THEN I just took another USB Cable (Like I have around 10 different USB Cables) ...AND IT WORKED! Try several USB cables before you give up on it...also don't start messing around with drivers and stuff, you could end up screwing up your system like I did...
I hope this helps someone out there in the future with error 5,202,52 or 5,202,54, etc.
Try at least 4-5 different USB cables before anything else..
(If you want to know, I successfully used the USB cable with one of the fat black circle things on it (I think its for power or something), not just a straight usb cable. It's still a 5 pin USB cable however (Regular USB on one side, small 5 pin connecter on the other side))
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
Perhaps you have forgotten to unplug the scanner before scanning? That's what happened to me. I kept getting different error codes, 5,202,63 or 5,202,52 or 5,202,54 and also a message that the driver was not in the TWAIN folder. According to the help file the problem might have been due to my nfts file system. I also tried downloading various new drivers. Nothing helped until I noticed that I had not unplugged the scanner!
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: When I attempt to scan
This error code is generally caused due to Windows not starting the Services associated with Windows Imaging. Use the directions below to verify the services are started.
1. Click Start then right-click over My Computer then click Manage.
2. Click Services and Applications then click Services.
3. Scroll down to Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) and Status should show as Started.
If it doesn't then right-click over Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) then click Properties.
Select Automatic in Startup Type: then click OK
Now reboot your computer and check as above if Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) is shown as started.
I believe a new driver was released earlier this year to rectify certain issues in the Windows 7, Vista and XP. You need to check that your release is up to date. If you need any further assistance then please just let me know.
Posted on Aug 09, 2011
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