Question about Nikon Super Coolscan 4000 ED Film Scanner (35 mm)
In the middle of a batch scan using the SF200 slide feeder the scanner stopped working with a computer generated note saying a hardware fault had occured, power off and try again. I tried as told but the computer is not recognising the scanner now. The green LED comes on then starts flashing rapidly which the troubleshooting says is a hardware fault. Can you give me any quick fixes or does it have to go away for repair? Solutions already tried are, power off/on connected with the computer on, connected with the computer off, disconnected from the computer, SF200 installed, not installed, powered off overnight - all with the same flashing LED result.
Just curious... did you unplug the unit for a period of time, or did you only power it off? I would definitely unplug it for about ten minutes, then plug it back in.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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