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Re: filmscanners: Best film scanner, period!!!
> my computer was the same speed and i don't know
> how you can run all those programs and photoshop
> and use a scanner.
I don't run all of them at the same time. In particular, when I am scanning and
using Photoshop, I don't run much else, since Photoshop alone will routinely
take 300 MB for itself.
> some of your problems must be telling you it's
> time for a new computer.
What problems? Everything works perfectly on this machine. I don't need a new
computer, which is why I refuse to be tricked into buying one.
> you can keep you old computer till you transfer
> everything and sell the old slow computer.
Six months of work, just to install one slightly-better scanner? I'm afraid
that isn't cost-effective.
> don't get mad at nikon.
Why not? They could have just as easily included an SCSI interface and NT
drivers, as they did for previous scanners. I know I'm not alone in running
configurations like this. I guess they didn't want our business. I hope they
aren't planning to change lens mounts as well.