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Dysan DY9300 Scanner Driver

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Anyone can help me get my scanner working im running windows 2000 and i have a Dysan DY9300 Scanner it doesnt seem to be working where can i get the driver for it to work for Windows 2000??

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The Dysan Scanner Model DY9300, was probably made by Fujitsu/ICL, Memorex also used the Dysan name for their products (possibly the same as the Memorex SCF-9360P scanner) -
You can dowload the driver from Meromex.com
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