About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. Broulin Senior Member posted: Jan. 2, 2004 @ 4:42p q2261 said: << hmmmm...last I checked win9x and ME were 32-bit OSes >>Uhmmmmm . . . I > >> have found a driver on the Web for this scanner to connect > >> to an XP machine using a USB port so I wonder if I purchased Forums All Forums Join Now Sign In Coupons & Deals Today's Best Deals Deals by Department Deals by Store Deals by Community Exclusive Deals Forums Popular Forums Special Interest Groups Deals http://pausesexe.com/black-widow/black-widow-9636-scanner-driver.html
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It is a dead and buried OS. I still have installers and keycodes for; Win3.11, Win95, > Win98SE, WinME and NT4. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP General > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick
Being able to plug my laptop into a usb cable and scan quickly was important to me. He's using XP. > > I must have missed that entirely (and besides, this is an XP > newsgroup, so I should have known it). Recent Discussion on Black Widow (Devcom) Scanner Drivers Post New more... So it ignores the other 1.5GB and by ignoring it, doesn't get into trouble.
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So the trick is, you install Win98, and when it goes to reboot, you boot some other OS instead, not Win98. http://pausesexe.com/black-widow/black-widow-9636-xp-drivers.html Free Download >> FixMyPC A powerful tool to repair and fine-tune your system! About Us | Blog | Site Map | Mobile | Contact Us | Careers | Privacy | User Agreement | D.M.C.A. I > have found a driver on the Web for this scanner to connect > to an XP machine using a USB port so I wonder if I purchased > a
Lipman wrote: > > > From: "someone" > > > >> I have a 12-year-old Black Widow 9636 EPP scanner which > >> connects to my Win 95 and my Win The OP will have to add another unknown in a parallel-to-USB converter. how would i do this? http://pausesexe.com/black-widow/black-widow-scanner-driver-xp-9636.html Summary: 1) Use a separate disk for Win98 if possible.
I >> have a working printer connected to a USB port so I guess >> that would be the port to use. > > If the scanner in question has a Advertisements Latest Threads Simple Access subForm question LeeW posted May 10, 2017 at 6:32 PM GeForce GT 1030 Graphics Cards leaked Becky posted May 10, 2017 at 5:13 PM WCG Stats sooooooo..
Not as bad as when I go to one OS group but think I'm in some different OS group and then make a completely inapplicable suggestion. Since the OP mentioned having a spare partition, perhaps he was contemplating the multi-boot approach - and that *is* another option. Enter "KK" and click OK Download the Windows 2000 drivers onto C: drive Download Mustek XP-Tool onto C: drive Click link to SCSI drivers, and download Mustek 16-bit ISA SCSI Card If I read right, it comes with an ISA SCSI card and the problem is there are no NT/2K/XP drivers for that ISA SCSI card....
Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. The time now is 07:37 PM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of You can get a flatbed USB scanner for cheap at eBay (e.g., http://tinyurl.com/6rfublu, used, warranty optional) since a lot of sellers dump them there (used and new). check over here Is it faster than those scanners?
Forum content is generated by consumers for consumers. Then you can pick it up locally without the overhead cost of mailing plus you get to see it before paying and you know from who you got it if you will a usb / parallel converter lead allow it to work? VanguardLH, Jan 29, 2012 #15 VanguardLH Guest VanguardLH wrote: > You can get a flatbed USB scanner for cheap at eBay ...
Are there not even any NT/2K/XP twain driver that will work for the scanner? I used to have an old Epson ES800c scanner, and it ran under XP using the Win95 driver. Then there's the unknown if the scanner software will work on Windows XP (I know of an Astra model, for example, where there is no separate driver but instead the software Can you identify the driver causing issues?
Thanks to all of you for your interesting thoughts on this problem, I will go away and consider what you said. Why all the interest over this? >>Just my guess:1. Ask about drivers and dual boot in the 98 group. But if you don't have the parallel-to-USB cable already, you're out the money and time/effort if it doesn't work.
I went to www.scansoft.com and downloaded their drivers for the SCSI scanner and it worked. Discussion Thread Date Black Widow (Devcom) 1248 pro (Windows XP Professional) [USB] 1 reply Mar 3, 2008 Black Widow (Devcom) 4830 PRO SCSI (Windows XP Home) [SCSI] Mar 19, 2007 Black Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Sometimes it's easier and better to dump the old hardware and get newer stuff. >> Furthermore, I have a 50 Gb unformatted partition on my XP >> machine, so another alternative
Exit out of Notepad. If they could have found a driver they would have put it on their website and sold this thing for more than $10.