kaj.haulrich at adslhome.dk
Mon Aug 9 06:45:09 UTC 2010
On 2010-08-09 06:21, Basil Chupin wrote:
> On 09/08/2010 06:40, Larry Shields wrote:
>> *I have had a program here that I had used for my Epson Perfection 1250...
>> But I did a complete re-install a week or so back, so I no-longer have
>> it nore do I even remember the name of it...
>> So does anyone know a good scanner program that I can install her on
>> my Lucid 10.4 setup...???
>> Thanks for any help anyone can offer me...
> I see that you already have the answers from others, but I have the
> Epson Perfection V300 scanner and what you need is the driver from Epson
> itself. Comes as a two-part "driver" and you will find it here:
> The 2 parts are:
> You need to install one before installing the other - but you will get
> an error message if you pick on the wrong one :-) . (I don't remember
> which is the first one to be installed.)
> (Following your post I went to Avansys and found that there is a bug fix
> which I just downloaded and will be installing in the next few minutes.)
There is commercial software as well. Personally I use Vuescan from
Hamrick Software and never looked back. The reason is that I do a lot of
film scanning (old B/W and color negatives) and Vuescan has excellent
support for (almost) all types of scanners and films. It's easy to use
and installation is straightforward.
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