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Scandesk software for NT4.0

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Where can I find the latest Scandesk software for NT 4.0 and the ScanJet 5P?  The HP web site only has a patch for Scandesk version 2.7, not the full software.
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It's confusing, but the Deskscan Ii 2.9 will work just fine.  It's under the Windows 98 section here - http://www.hp.com/cposupport/swindexes/sj5ppc_swen.html - but its the same software for NT.
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