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[filmscanners] Re: Vuescan and 64bit Windows - Ed's reply

I have no first had knowledge of this program, but I can vouch for
sysinternals.com in general. See if it capture your BSOD.

lotusm50@sprynet.com wrote:
> Thanks for this.  I downloaded the expanded scanners.inf  file and used
> it to load the Nikon LS-8000.  I read scanners.inf file in Notepad and
> saw the LS-8000 listed so it looked promising.
> The scanner, again, loads fine.  But even with the Nikon LS-8000 loaded
> using this new file, Vuescan still crashes the system immediately upon
> starting.  I wish the blue screen of death didn't pass so quickly so I
> could read what the issue was.  Loading the KM 5400 II and my Epson 3200
> with this file seem to work fine and Vuescan operates normally with
> them.  I also downloaded the very latest version of Vuescan (8.3.50,  I
> was using 8.3.47 before) just to make sure that wasn't an issue.
> Oh well, I guess I just have to wait for Nikon to get their act together
> and issue a x64 driver.  According to a tech support e-mail from them
> yesterday, they are now considering it (which seems to be progress).
> They wrote, "Compatibility and support for Nikon products with Windows
> XP 64-bit is under review by the Nikon Quality department. At this time
> we do not have any time table on when we will or if we will issue
> drivers and software support for this new system."  But, of course, that
> could still mean it might take them a couple more years.  ;-)
> Tony Sleep wrote:
>>On 02/06/2006 lotusm50@sprynet.com wrote:
>>>So, the technique works for the KM Scan Elite 5400 II, but doesn't
>>>for the Nikon LS-8000.  Maybe Ed could find a fix for that.
>>Ed's reply:-
>>On 03/06/2006 EdHamrick@aol.com wrote:
>> > Here's a more complete scanners.inf file. I thought the extra entries
>> > wouldn't be needed - the GenScanner entry is supposed to pick up
>> > most SCSI and Firewire scanners.
>> >
>> > Regards,
>> > Ed Hamrick
>>You can download this file from http://tonysleep.co.uk/scanners.inf
>>(embarassed note : the above is a development website I wouldn't be using
>>at all except for the ongoing screw-up over the halftone.co.uk domain.
>>Almost nothing is visible, it is all locked down. So if you go looking
>>around be prepared to be puzzled and disappointed. The only photo on the
>>site which is presently visible to guests is on the home page).
>>Tony Sleep

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