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Canon DR-3080c SCSI scanner error

Posted on 2009-07-10
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I have a Canon DR-3080C scanner connected to an XP PRO PC tht has been running for three years without issues.  I moved the PC to a new location and upon plugging everything back in it didn't find the correct drivers.  I downloaded the Twain drivers and installed but I still had to manually install the .inf drivers.  The scanner shows up as installed about 6-7 times under imaging devices in the device manager and the SCSI ID's when booting.  When I launch Canon's Capture Perfect software and try to configure the scanner it gives me an error of "Can't locate scsi device error.  Check power and cable (-4536)"  Do I have something messed up with the SCSI id's?
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I found out that it doesn't need a driver and should have the exclaimation mark on it.  The scanner software provides the twain driver for the scanner.  Don't let it install the Windows/INF driver and tell it not to ask to install it again.
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