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Make sure that the item being scanned is lying flat against the scanner's glass. If the scanned image is still fuzzy after adjusting the object, clean the scanner glass with a lint-free cloth and some vinegar or ammonia-free window cleaner. Hope this helps you. Please If this solutions solves you problem, please do not forget to rate my solution. If not, then please comment back so I can help some more
make sure you follow this step : 1. install driver USB to Paralel port (LPT1) before the cable connected to PC 2. After the driver installed, install the cable - and it supposed to be detected 3. the last think u have to do is install the scanner/printer driver
if it is not work, i guess the problem is on the USB to paralel adapter, or the driver not installed correctly
I don't think you can (successfully) run this scanner off the paralell port. I'm drawing on memory here but I think this scanner has serial and usb ports. If you are running Windows XP, use the USB hookup. If you are running Windows 95, 98, Milliniaum then you might want to use the serial port. At any rate the scanner software should be installed before you plugin the scanner.
If I'm completely "full of it" and you really want to use a Paralell connection then you might want to use a paralell to USB adaptor (Belkin, perhaps others make one of these).