Marstek hand scanner

Posted on 1998-07-28
Last Modified: 2013-12-29
I am looking for a driver to install a Marstek hand scanner M-105 in WIN 98
Question by:sonomann
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   I know you don't want to hear this, but it is the truth.  Marstek (Mustek) does not have a driver for win98.  The company's maiden name is Mustek, and the drivers section of their webpage only list NT, 95, Dos, and 3.1x drivers.  Microsoft's Hardware Compatibility List also shows that Musteks' scanners are not compatible with 98.  

Access this URL and select drivers:

Access this URl for MS's Hardware Compatibility List:

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ID: 1643230
Thanks for the info,if you can tell me where i can get a driver for WIN 95 it would help also.

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ID: 1643231
Access this URL and select drivers: 


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