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Scanjet 6200C and USB problem

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When I go into scaner test on 1 tab it tests fine but on the next it says communications problem. My question is why does it say that the scanner is on port \\usbscan0?
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Every connection on your PC has a name, i.e. LPT1, COM1, COM2, etc.  This is just the nomenclature for the USB port the scan is connected to.
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