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After connecting the above scanner to LPT1 the computer does not see it either from reload of Win'95 as new equipment or through the taskbridge software. I get the message "scanner not found"
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by:kabiaru
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My the port is epp/spp standard (type)
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gaestar earned 50 total points
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The only solution i've found about this problem is to desinstall the printer driver and reboot computer.  After everything is all right but you must do it each time that you reinstall you printer and you want to use your scanner.
Good luck
Gaestar


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