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Re: filmscanners: which scanner for slides ? ( SCSI vs USB )

This is strange, because mine works just fine without the BIOS/ Boot or
fiddling around. What year-model machines are you guys usning? It shouldn't
make any difference, given Win98, but it would look like it does. Mine's a
'99 Dell with a very few updates, and spots any device as soon as the device
is turned on or plugged in (USB only--don't try this with SCISI).

Best regards--LRA

------Original Message------
From: "B.Rumary" <brian.rumary@virgin.net>
To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
Sent: June 4, 2001 4:29:12 PM GMT
Subject: Re: filmscanners: which scanner for slides ?  ( SCSI vs USB )

In <000001c0ecc2$a1908ef0$6401a8c0@jamesg>, James Grove wrote:

> I dont think that will work, as many SCSI devices have to be seen by the
> SCSI BIOS on boot up.
It certainly does *not* work on my Windows 98 machine - the SCSI devices
all have to be on at boot-up.

Brian Rumary, England


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