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DEXXA FLATBED SCANNER 4800 DRIVERS F/95

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I need drivers for DEXXA FLATBED SCANNER 4800 FOR WINDOWS 95. Can anybody help me out that where can I found the drivers for this scanner. Its Website drivers is not responding. Please help me out.
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Go here for your drivers:
http://www.dexxa.net/html/download1.html
Regards,
Ralph

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scanmar,
Glad you got it going!
You can delete the question posted in General Hardware Topic Area since no one has answered it. (Only comments)
Then, to clear this one you need to grade it so it will go to the PAQ.
Regards,
Ralph

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