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Driver for Mustek 6oo CP Scanner

Posted on 2003-11-22
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I've got a Mustek 600 CP scanner which worked ok until I changed my OS from 98se to XP. I've searched driverguide.com but don't know which driver is right for me. Could someone please point me in the right direction?
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When I download the files I get the message 'windows cannot open this file'. I've also gone to Mustek on-line support and had the driver sent to me via e-mail, with exactly the same results:( 'windows cannot open this file'. What can I do?
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Try downloading the files from their North American Site

http://www.mustek.com/download/driv_scanr/english/600cp.html

Put them in a temporary folder. They Should be self extracting
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Ask them if there is any issue with installing that in windows xp machine

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DTHConsulting.....tried that and got the same result as before, keeps asking me to insert a floppy disk?????????
Sunray......I'll ask them as you advised, see what happens, fingers crossed.
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by:Don Thomson
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Have you tried extracting each of the downloaded files to a floppy? Then install from the floppy. It may be that there is an ini or inf file that is looking at the a: drive for the next group of files.
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Many thanks to Sunray and DTHConsulting, I'm not sure who helped the most or how I got my scanner working again but I'm sure it was down to you guys. Thank you.

Gazsus.
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