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Re: filmscanners: Re: Nikon LS4000ED inquiry + Mac OS 9.x Fixed
I've finally sorted what it was ( I must be stupid ) , I tried VueScan with
all periphs powered up ( and all Nikon extensions disabled ) .
VueScan saw the Umax ok but not the Nikon .
I then put one of the adapters into the Nikon and Bingo all ok.
Have re-tried with just the Nikon powered up ( with an adapter inserted )
and also all ok.
Thanks to all who tried to help.
Boy am I glad to get this fixed .
> Thanks for your help , but ....
> Still no joy.
> VueScan still freezes on launch.
> There is a flash of the cursor after getting the splash screen then it
> seizes up and a re-boot is required.
> System is Mac G4 400
> 2 Gb Ram ( just upgraded again )
> 10 Gb hard drive with OS 10.1
> 20 Gb hard drive with OS 9.2.1
> Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 900u monitor
> Epson Stylus Photo 1290 printer
> Nikon Super Coolscan 4000 ED firewire scanner
> Umax Astra 1200S SCSI flatbed scanner
> Plextor PleXWriter 12/10/32 SCSI external
> Yamaha speakers
> Wacom A5 USB Graphics tablet
> USB hub ( powered )
> Std keyboard and mouse ( both USB )
> I have tried with the Nikon extensions disabled , Nikon and Umax extensions
> disabled , Nikon Umax and Wacom extensions disabled .
> Also when I try ,the Umax and Plextor are not even powered up.
> Can anyone help ? Please
>> Assuming you're using Mac OS 8.x to 9.x, remove the following files
>> from the Extensions folder that's in your System folder, then restart
>> your Mac:
>> Nikon LS4K Family
>> Nikon LS4K Expert
>> Nikon LS4K Driver
>> Nikon Common Driver
>> If you later want to use NikonScan (either standalone or as a
>> Photoshop plug-in) you have to copy these files back into the
>> Extensions folder and restart your Mac again.
>> At 10:36 AM +0000 4-11-01, Eric Calderwood wrote:
>>>> How did you get VueScan to recognise the Nikon 4000 ED ?
>>>> I am still having difficulties.