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Is it possible to use a scanner (HP) with VB6 code?

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I'am trying to write a simple programm to scan a photo and display it on the screen (in a picture box or what ever).
It is a HP 6350C network scanner.
It seems to work partly, it is possible to acquire but their seems to be no  command to stop the scanner and collect the incoming picture.
I have had some contact with HP (they don't know) and advise me to contact Microsoft, Microsoft don't know and the advise me to contact HP.
Does anyone have an idea?
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Thanks a lot
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