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Most VISTA software and drivers will work with Windows 7. If you get an error trying to load it, it may be because the installer looks for the OS identifier and it is not XP or VISTA. IF that happens, you can right click on the installer file/icon, and select "compatibilty mode" for VISTA to attempt to make it work. This is rarely necessary, however.
Do you want a recomendation?do you want new or used? Typically all in one users don't scan slides or film, but flat prints, so they don't have the lighted back lid needed to scan film.I know that the Epson Stylus PHOTO RX-620 & 700 had a holder for 4 slides or 1 strip of film about 8 inches long
This model Canon MX700 cannot scan slides. A flat bed scanner that can scan slides and negatives has a light scource that shines through the slide and negative fand is detected by the scanner sensor. I suggest you purchase a slide scanner, it will be cheaper that getting a new flat bed scanner with slide capability.
You don't need any special software or hardware to do this, and it's really easy too! Open one of the saved image files of the negative scan using Microsoft Paint. It's under Start -> Accessories.
Now click select in at the top, and then right click anywhere on the image. At the very bottom of the menu, there should be an 'invert colors' option. Click it. Your negative should now be a normal picture =).
A search for that model on Brookstone's website takes me to the iConvert Instant Slide and Negative Scanner. That scanner does not require an installation CD. It works by scanning slides or negatives and then saving them to an SD card.
Many digital cameras use SD cards so you may have one already. Otherwise an SD card will need to be purchased separately.