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hp scanjet 6350

Posted on 2011-02-24
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My company has a network hp 6350, and it's easy to install & setup w/ Windows XP, but installing it in Windows 7 seems it won't be too easy.

You look on HP's site there are no drivers for vista or 7. As I always seem to is loose or just throw away the CD that comes w/ the scanner, but if there are no drivers on HP's site would the CD even work?

I've found the opendriver version supposedly to work w/ the 6350 scanner, but seems it's only for a 6350 hooked up locally to a PC.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks
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Is it an HP Scanjet N6350?
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Opps, I had the wrong scanner in mind.

What you've given me the link for will work fine.

Thanks for your help & time
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