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More About Us... tried looking for a driver without success, company gone bust, no driver developed.i have seen a usb driver, can i get a converter lead and use it this way? And with it, the scanner is again invisible. VanguardLH, Jan 29, 2012 #15 VanguardLH Guest VanguardLH wrote: > You can get a flatbed USB scanner for cheap at eBay ... http://pausesexe.com/black-widow/black-widow-9636-scanner-drivers.html

The system I did that on, had 2GB of RAM installed. Since the OP mentioned having a spare partition, perhaps he was contemplating the multi-boot approach - and that *is* another option. Rather than try an unknown driver and have to use an adapter conversion setup (plus not knowing if the scanner software even works on Windows XP - lots of scanners cease You could try every driver that Devcom made in the hopes that one will work with your machine.

Get the answer giomachJun 16, 2012, 8:45 PM Just a belated update to report success, to some extent anyway.I can't be sure I'm remembering all the steps taken with the software, Then, there are no MBR issues. If they are under "Other Devices", move them to "Imaging Devices". Copyright and Terms of Use, © 2000- Scanner-Drivers.com.

I have installed and uninstalled them many times, but maybe the following sequence will be valid.First, install all of the above. No specific solutions for you, I'm afraid, but some ideas/questions to muddy the waters. > Now I have a Win XP machine the scanner doesn't work when > connected to the If dual booting with WinXP, maybe you'd set it up so the WinXP partition boots, and Win98 is a boot selection in the WinXP boot menu. someone someone, Jan 28, 2012 #1 Advertisements Ken Springer Guest On 1/28/12 10:54 AM, someone wrote: > I have a 12-year-old Black Widow 9636 EPP scanner which > connects to

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... XP Pro doesn't find HP 5370C scanner Tearing my hair out! USB Scanner on windows xp Can't install scanner Scanner and windows xp compatiability Scanner probs with XP Xp & Scanner problem Driver for Scanner Digital camera and scanner Getting XP to official site I used to have an old Epson ES800c scanner, and it ran under XP using the Win95 driver.

Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? One of the tricks is, you have to "hide" some of your system memory, or Win98 will roll over and croak. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. I know I'm going to have a lot of problems, and many people will say to get a new scanner, but I want to take it one step at a time

Do you think this > would be a viable alternative? > > Any thoughts out there on the feasibility of these ideas? > > someone With regard to your idea of https://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/black-widow-scanner.4047008/ Thanks. > > > > 1st time in how many years ;-) Boy, do I wish you were right. But alas, you're not. -- Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP (Windows Desktop driverBlackWidowScannerXPP...ome.zip [more] Windows XP Scanner 648 home driver [more] Windows XP Scanner Black Widow 9636 USB driverBW_9636_USB_WINXP.zip [more] Windows XP Scanner filmscan2000 driverfilmscanxpoem.exe [more] You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments (here).

Microtek X6EL SCSI Scanner not recognized Scsi Can I connect SCSI scanner to USB port with adapter HELP! http://pausesexe.com/black-widow/black-widow-9636-xp-driver.html YMMV. Most converters are one way. Why not just buy a new scanner?

When I do these experiments, Win98 goes on its own disk. If I had some hardware or software that wouldn't run under anything else, and I couldn't do without it, I wouldn't hesitate to install it. i don't suppose it will work directly on the usb driver, will it? http://pausesexe.com/black-widow/black-widow-9636-scanner-driver.html Devcom Black Widow Scanner This is a discussion on Devcom Black Widow Scanner within the Driver Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.

So the trick is, you install Win98, and when it goes to reboot, you boot some other OS instead, not Win98. 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 Oops, forgot to mention Craigslist as another venue to get used computer gear.

Download Drivers - Scanners - Black Widow (Devcom) Results Number of drivers found: 2 1 -10 of 2 Results Brand Device Downloads Black Widow (Devcom)™ 9636 Pro SCSI

Do you think this would be a viable alternative? Thanks to all of you for your interesting thoughts on this problem, I will go away and consider what you said. I have no idea how well either program works. -- Ken Mac OS X 10.6.8 Firefox 9.0.1 Thunderbird 9.0.1 LibreOffice 3.4.4 Ken Springer, Jan 28, 2012 #2 Advertisements Paul in Is that not so?

Scanners usually need bi-directional communication between computer and scanner. Maybe someone in the Win98 group can give you a precise recipe. I installed the software (Presto!) that came with the scanner onto my XP (desktop) machine and it works fine as an image processor, but falls over when I go to 'acquire' check over here Lipman, Jan 29, 2012 #11 VanguardLH Guest Ken Blake, MVP wrote: > VanguardLH wrote: > >> Cost for that adapter is $10.

Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. I > have a working printer connected to a USB port so I guess > that would be the port to use. Not that that situation has ever come up for me, but I still have all my old install disks, and even a zipped-up copy of my last Win98 installation. This Adaptec card is Ultra/Fast (but not wide?), and anyway claims to be "backwards compatible with previous generations of SCSI products".

I am going to install it on a couple of hdds so that I can run old windows and true dos games. About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. 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 Disclaimer | Privacy Statement | Driver Download | Driver Guide Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10

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