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Re: filmscanners: SilverFast Upgrade Disaster



Lloyd, it looks like I won't have to use TWAIN as a possible workaround after 
all.  Ian Lyons' post indicates that he thinks my problem is due to my using a 
single unpatitioned drive for everything.  Photshop doesn't like that, it wants 
its own reserved area for a scratch disc.  So I'm going to buy another hard 
drive and dedicate a part of it to Photoshop.

I see in another post that Steve made a suggestion to solve your problem.  I 
hope it works.  But you should also make sure that you've partitioned your 
drive and set aside a part of it for the exclusive use of Photoshop for a catch 
area.

In a message dated Mon, 13 Aug 2001  3:55:06 AM Eastern Daylight Time, "Lloyd 
O'Daniel" <lodaniel@bham.rr.com> writes:

> <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">              
>Roger,    Let us know how the TWAIN version works. I'm having   a similar 
>problem with v5.5 and my SS4000. At least, after reading your posts,   I'm 
>thinking it might be Silverfast. I've also built a new computer and switched   
>scanning OS's back to Win2000. The SS4000 locks up Photoshop upon selecting 
>Scan   in SF. In Insight, I get an unknown ASPI error suggesting that I check  
> termination. I've done that. Also, my Epson 1200S on the same chain (behind 
>the   SS) works fine using their TWAIN driver.    I haven't contacted 
>Lasersoft on this latest   headache yet.    Lloyd      ----- Original Message 
>-----     From:     RogerMillerPhoto@aol.com     To: 
>filmscanners@halftone.co.uk         Sent: Sunday, August 12, 2001 9:23     PM  
>  Subject: Re: filmscanners: SilverFast     Upgrade Disaster    
> In a message dated     8/12/2001 4:56:31 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
> steve@gccl.fsbusiness.co.uk     writes: 
> 
> 
>     Not wishing to sound to gloomy, but the advice sounds like a "we       
>have no 
> idea - but it might work if we re-install everything". The good       news is 
>that 
> it often does - the bad news is IME it more often doesn't.       When I had a 
> problem they gave me all sorts of advice and blamed other       software 
>suppliers 
> when I knew it was their problem from the tests I had       done. I had also 
>found 
> a way round the problem which was an       inconvenience rather than a 
> showstopper. 3-6 months later an update       fixed the problem but they 
>didn't 
> e-mail me to tell me. If I had paid       the normal asking price (it was 
>bundled) 
> and my livlihood depended on it       I would have been bloody livid. 
> 
> Depressingly Lasersoft support is       actually better than many others. 
> 
> Steve
> 
> Your     comment about workarounds gave me an idea. After the reinstall of    
> 
> Photoshop, if SilverFast causes Photoshop to freeze again with a 500 MB     
>file 
> from my SS120, I'll try to install SilverFast as TWAIN rather than a     
> Photoshop plug-in. I remember having a similar problem where my     Microtek 
> ScanMaker 5 flatbed scanner with ScanWizard software would cause     
>Photoshop to 
> freeze about every third scan. ScanWizard could be used     either as a 
> Photoshop plug-in or as a stand alone program, so I run it by     itself now. 
> 
> You're right, it's not convenient, but right now I need     to get some work 
>done 
> and the sooner the better, even if it's not     convenient.   





 




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