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[filmscanners] Re: SS4000--need help troubleshooting



When I first installed my Nikon LS2000 scanner I could turn it on and off
at will and Windows 2000 knew the scanner was there, then one day I turned
on the scanner and Nikon Scan software could not find any active devices,
now I have to boot the computer with the scanner on and initialized before
Win 2K will recognize it.

Don Doucette




>Boy, I wish that were true of my operating system. I have never been
>able to do this with Windows 2000. I have to reboot every time. I should
>qualify that. In order for the system to know the SS4000 is there, it
>has to be on when I boot. As long as I don't reboot, I can turn the
>scanner on and off and the software still knows it's there. But if I
>have to reboot and I forget to turn on the SS4000, the software can't
>see it. I don't see any freezes. The software just can't see it.
>
>Now I've recently had to rebuild my entire system because my boot drive
>froze up. In the process, I went to XP. I haven't actually tested its
>behavior under XP.
>
>Frank Paris
>frankparis@comcast.net


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