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[filmscanners] Re: Scanning Software Quality



Laurie,

In my haste I forgot to specify that I am using a firewire interface.
 You are right about behavior differences with varying hardware/software
interface.  With Windows ME, in particular, some hardware drivers just
didn't work reliably.  While I didn't experience any problems with my
SS120, another brand of firewire adapter might have caused problems.  I
did have problems with a network card and changing to another brand
resolved the problem.

Jim

Laurie Solomon wrote:

>That may be true; but these sorts of events tend to be idiosyncratic and
>random, often depending on the particular hardware/software setup and
>combinations.  Also you fail to mention if you were using Firewire or
>not which also may be a factor.  My comments about conflict between
>Vuescan and twain based scanner software is specifically addressed to
>Windows XP and specifically to those systems using SCSI based scanners.
>Given this, I was speculating that it might also be a problem with plug
>and play USB and Firewire based scanners using Windows XP and Vuescan
>along with twain based scanner drivers.
>
>filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk <> wrote:
>
>
>>I have had no problems using VueScan with my Polaroid 120 on my PC.  I
>>have had Windows ME and now Windows 2000.  In addition to VueScan, I
>>have Polaroid Insight and Silverfast 6.0 installed.
>>
>>Jim Sims
>>
>>focus@adnc.com wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>>Not sure exactly how this might apply to a Windows environment,
>>>but....
>>>
>>>On my system 9.2 Mac w/Sprintscan 120, Vuescan can not access
>>>firewire properly with Polaroid Insight firewire drivers installed;
>>>you have to rip all the Polaroid junk out of the system folder.
>>>
>>>HMSDOC@aol.com wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>I am using a Polaroid SS 4000+ and would like to get the most out
>>>>of it as possible.  I have been using the Pola..............
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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