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I own the Target AU F100 film scanner and have the original CD. It has a Driver directory on it, which includes DriverInstaller app and 32 and 64 bit subdirectories. It installed recently on my Win 10 64 bit PC and worked ok, despite being Win XP/Vista software vintage 2010.

Posted on Jun 02, 2020

  • Darcy M Stack
    Darcy M Stack Oct 26, 2021

    Hey, i have an F100 scanner but i dont have the CD, would you be able to send me a copy of the Installer?

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