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HP ScanJet 4P

Posted on 1998-11-11
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I've got an HP ScanJet 4P that I can't get to work. The SCSI card is not being recognized by Windows 95. Standard "device not responding" message. Drivers and software installed, hardware installed correctly. Any help greatly appreciated.
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Do you have the little terminator attached to the scanner?
It must be attached before booting it in order to have your scanner recognized.

I would also suggest you look in your device manager (under the control panel) to see if there are any items with exclamation marks (!) or if there are any "Unknown devices", if there are then delete them and let windows reload those items correctly.

Joel
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