Supported USB Chipsets

What USB chipsets are supported by HP ScanJet scanners?
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Did you tried USBCHK.exe on the CD that comes with the scanner?

as long as your not using an sis7001 or nec usb chipset the scanner should work

you can also go to this website

and run usb ready


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bhansen122899Author Commented:
What I found through further research on my own is that the VIA chips on the Digital Research USB card that I had purchased were the culprit.  A note buried on DR's website indicated that HP had indicated that the VIA USB chips were not compatible with HP Scanners.  I sure wish that HP's own documentation was more direct with this info.
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