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When I press “check scanner” in the test utility it responds to the commands and it starts to work. You are reporting the following post: Or Easy Driver Pro registered version CNET’s Forum on PC hardware is the best source for finding help, troubleshooting, and getting buying advice from a community of experts. This driver available for the following operating systems:

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Genius ColorPage Vivid Pro II – flatbed scanner Series

Proffitt Forum moderator July 24, 2: It’s Win driver, not XP. When it is finished scanning it will automatically update them to the latest, most vicid version. Proffitt Forum moderator July 25, 5: However I don’t know Linux. Thank you for your opinions.

You owned this so I won’t write further about this or anything more about Windows. However, it shows signs of life in the vivkd utility that comes with the drivers. I uninstalled several programs, cause I assumed that they can interfere with the scanner. Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: Proffitt, thanx for your quick reply. Or Easy Driver Pro registered version Easy Driver Pro free scan will find all the outdated drivers on your PC.


But that’s just a test, a preview. I re-installed Corel Draw and the scanner is there!

I downloaded the drivers from the official site. Corel Draw X13, virtual dvd drive, my mobile phone’s software etc.

After achieving what I considered a more-less “clean” situation, I installed the scanner’s drivers. Easy Driver Pro performs a complete scan of your coorpage of the devices in or attached to your computer.

Now it responds to commands in the test utility that comes with the drivers, so I believe this is some colorpge issue. Easy Driver Pro updates your Driversbased on the scan, and matches to the latest most compatible versions.

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But then again I’m fibbing a little here. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content Offensive: Proffitt Forum moderator July 24, 1: But since I owned a few parallel port scanners years ago I too can’t remember all the steps. If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.

I also tried a trick by adding a path to C: You are reporting the following post: You can install the drivers manually for FREE. This one tip will help you sleep better tonight A few seconds are all you need to get a better night’s rest. The information contained on prro site is for informational purposes only. This scanner appears to have Linux Sane support.


I took the following steps: As you know, the addresses for LPT 1, 2 and clorpage are carved in silicon but as time went on, they could move. I unistalled the drivers, deleted all the files that remained after the unistall and I cleaned the registry from all the references to the scanner that I could find some of them manually, some of them by using CCleaner. It checks everything such as sound card, graphic card, monitor, mouse, printer, etc. So this is not the XP driver?