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Does windows 7 support digitec xc 4893 film/slide/photo scanner? all atempts to transfer image to pc via usb connection fails

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Hi peoples1961
Digitec has no more support under Windows 7 for this device .
There is a workaround : install a virtual version of XP on your system .
If you need further assistance or information about this , you are welcome to come back here . Just click on " add a comment " above and post your message .
Best regards ,
fanaudi .

Posted on May 20, 2011

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