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Mac OS X software for my Heidelberg 1450 Firewire scanner ???

Dear FixYa, I am moving from Mac OS 9.0.4 to OS 10.4.- and would like to keep using my wonderful Heidelberg 1450 Firewire Scanner. Is there software available to do this? If not what can you suggest a way to continue its use as seamlessly as possible. Thank you, Joe

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Purchase Vuescan Pro $79.00 and this will provide a seamless OS X 10.4 working environment. wesley

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Try vuescan it say it works with your scanner http://www.hamrick.com/ it costs money but has a free trial

Posted on Jun 19, 2007

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