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After upgrading from Windows 95 to Windows NT 4 I recognized there is no driver for my Scanjet 3200C. Who can help me? I don't want to install Windows 95 again!!!! Where can I get any Driver for 3200C an NT4?

Thanx a lot!
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Sorry to inform you that there are no HP drivers for NT. But I do have somthing for you to try. head to
http://www.umax.com/scanners/standard/support/software.cfm?loadPage=
Select Astra 1220P on winNT. I have not tried this but have reason to believe it may work. It is worth a shot, otherwise you don't have any other option.
Good Luck   ;-)
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Thanx a lot!!! :-))
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