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HP ScanJet IIcx ISA Card Does Not Fit New Computer?

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I have an HP ScanJet IIcx, C-2500A, scanner but when I went to install the ISA card in my new Dell XPS B800r computer the card doesn't fit. What card and software would I have to have to make it work? Where would I get said card and software?
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The type of card you are looking for is a PCI card.  There is a resonable offer for one for this scanner at www.advansys.com.  Additionally, most all Adaptec PCI SCSI controllers will work if the box indicates it supports all peripherals and/or scanners. Their web site is www.adaptec.com.  Your local retailer will also have a selection.  The drivers for the card will either be in the operating system or on a disk that comes with them.  

The latest scanner software for the IIcx can be found here - http://www.hp.com/cposupport/swindexes/sjiixpc_swen.html.

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Thanks for the info...I'll try out the addresses you offered up.....

JB
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