When I insert the slide try into the scanner, I used to see the image, then click "snapshot" and transfer to Photoshop. I could be sure the slide was centered.Now I don't see an image until I click "snapshot" and then I can't align the image like I could before.Is the machine broken?
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I would try and insert the PDF as an image to Powerpoint, crop the image to your desired proportions, scale it up to your preference, then print the Powerpoint slide on A3. Alternately, print the slide to PDF, then print.
The first thing I'd try is to run the scanner with the Nikon software. When you power on the scanner it goes through a variety of checks, and finally you should have a silent scanner with a solid green light at the front. Start the Nikon software and wait until it finds the scanner, if it doesn't you have a hardware problem with the scanner.
If it goes well to this point insert a card or plastic mounted slide and hit Preview. The scanner should then create and image you see on screen. Next step would be to make a scan. If the slide you're trying to scan isn't card or plastic mounted you'll need the Nikon made carrier.
The ArcSoft PhotoImaging suite is just to process and scan images, but the printer hardware itself needs hardware drivers, which contain coded instructions to communicate with your CPU.
This is the HP scanning software.
Printer/Scanner hardware should have a driver setup disk that came with it.
If you have this disk:
shut down PC
uninstall the current version, if in start>control panel>programs
install driver from disk or downloaded driver file for your model.
You don't need any special software or hardware to do this, and it's really easy too! Open one of the saved image files of the negative scan using Microsoft Paint. It's under Start -> Accessories.
Now click select in at the top, and then right click anywhere on the image. At the very bottom of the menu, there should be an 'invert colors' option. Click it. Your negative should now be a normal picture =).