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Genius ColorPage CS - Not Supported in Windows XP, is there anyway to get it working?

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I have checked all the Genius-Kye Drivers available.  As the scanner is not supported by them anymore, is there any way I can get the scanner to work on Windows XP? Can the Windows 9x/ME drivers be adapted.

The SCSI card is a DTC318
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Genius' TechSupport page says it won't work with XP :(
Have you tried installing the NT drivers? (Sometimes this *does* work!)

http://www.geniusnet.com.tw/support/faq/faq08_cs.htm#9

But I fear this is another piece of fully functional hardware that KYE/XP are going to force you to bin.

List of potential KYE drivers here, but it sounds like you've covered these already.
http://www.scanner-drivers.com/companies/430.htm
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