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[filmscanners] Re: Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner,



No problems at all.  I learn something every time I post on this group,
Laurie.  Thanks to everyone!

Jim


LAURIE SOLOMON wrote:
> caryenochr@enochsvision.com,
>
> I apologize for using your post as a vehicle for posting a correction to one
> of my earlier posts where I referred to WMA drivers when I should have
> referred to WIA drivers.  I am sorry if my error in reference has caused any
> confusion or trouble.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk
> [mailto:filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk] On Behalf Of
> caryenochr@enochsvision.com
> Sent: Sunday, June 14, 2009 1:39 PM
> To: laurie@advancenet.net
> Subject: [filmscanners] Re: Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner,
>
> Silverfast provides a 64-bit installer for the V500 (and presumably related
> Epson
> scanners). It's WIA and it installs both a standalone client and a plug-in
> for Photoshop.
> Silverfast also provides an optional TWAIN version but there's no reason to
> install it
> that I can see.
>
> In the flier packaged with the scanner, Epson tells you not to install from
> the CD. They
> point you to their website so you can install the latest 64-bit driver for
> it. That
> appears to be a WIA driver. Epson's OEM software is like most OEM software;
> it's mediocre
> and very basic. You need either Vuescan or Silverfast. I use Silverfast
> Studio Ai version 6.6.
>
> Additional comment below.
>
> On 14-Jun-09 12:41, LAURIE SOLOMON wrote:
>
>> I would check again on the 64-bit twain driver.  Epson may have developed
>>
> a
>
>> proprietary driver for the scanner but I sort of doubt it was a twain
>>
> driver
>
>> since there were never any official standards set for the 64 bit twain
>> driver by the twain working group consortium even though they talked about
>> doing so and there was never any implementation of an official 64-bit
>>
> twain
>
>> driver although there may have been implementations of 64 bit drivers for
>> scanners by third parties (e.g. Ed Hamrick) manufacturers as proprietary
>> items.  It is quite possible that what you got was a 64 bit WIA interface
>> driver which allows the scanner to work with 64 bit Windows Vista machines
>> and maybe XP.
>>
>
>
>> LAURIE SOLOMON wrote:
>>
>>> Yes; but you are talking about a relatively new USB based scanner and
>>>
>> Vista
>>
>
> There's no "yes but." I explicitly stated that I installed a USB scanner so
> my comments
> applied only to that.
>
>
>>> X64.  It is quite possible that this newer model scanner uses either
>>>
> third
>
>>> party drivers developed by people like Ed Hemrick or has Epson developed
>>>
>> WMA
>>
>>> drivers which are designed for Vista X32 and X64 bit versions.  Being USB
>>> based and not SCSI based peripherals, you probably did not need to use an
>>> ASPI layer to get the OSD to recognize the hardware device as was the
>>>
> case
>
>>> with SCSI based scanners of old.
>>>
>
> Do any prosumer manufacturers even make SCSI scanners anymore?
>
>  > There is a difference between drivers
>
>>> which enable software applications to work a peripheral device and such
>>> things as software code such as ASPI layers which enable the OS to
>>>
>> recognize
>>
>>> the existence of the physical device; the two are not the same.
>>>
>
> I know that. I didn't say they were the same. You might be responding to
> someone else's
> post there.
>
>
>>> I didn't have to do anything to get my new Epson V500 scanner to work in
>>> Vista-x64. I used
>>> the installation CD and then immediately installed the 64-bit updates
>>>
> that
>
>> I downloaded from the Epson support pages. Then I turned the scanner on.
>>
> Windows made
>
>> the low beep that it does when it recognizes any USB device and that was
>>
> it. The scanner
>
>> works perfectly in Vuescan Prof. It was recognized immediately.
>>
>>> Environment: Vista Ultimate-x64/SP2, 8 GB RAM.
>>>
>
> --
> Cary Enoch Reinstein, Enoch's Vision Inc.  http://www.enochsvision.com
> Blog: http://www.enochsvision.net  -  "Behind all these manifestations is
> the one radiance, which shines through all things. The function of art is
> to reveal this radiance through the created object."  (Joseph Campbell)
>
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