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[filmscanners] Re: Using an LS 2000 with having to reboot XP



If the scanner is on, and you start Nikon Scan, does it see the scanner?

On my NT system (not 98, I know), as long as the scanner is on when I boot
(which is rare), and as long as it's on when I start Nikon Scan, Nikon Scan
will see it.  It doesn't have to be on all the time, nor do I have to reboot
each time I want to use it.

----- Original Message -----
From: "max mcrae" <maxjune@ihug.co.nz>
To: <anthony@atkielski.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 09:51
Subject: [filmscanners] Using an LS 2000 with having to reboot XP


Guys,

A computer semi-illiterate talking here:
What do I do to get my LS 2000 to open when I already have XP running?
There's no more right clicking, My Computer > Systems Management > Refresh
button with XP like there was with Windows 98.

I'm not all that sure I like XP...no decent drivers for my Epson 1200, same
goes for my H/P 8100 CD burner.
But surely I don't have to reboot every time I want to use the scanner...do
I?

Regards,

Max...(Auckland NZ)







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