When I open the zip file there are 2 folders with. Within Disk 1 folder and within Utilities folder. Disk 1 first, that is the program installer probably, if need be, the utilities folder after that. Maybe, but I'd store the link if I were you, as one day you may have to switch to W7 64 bit, and you may want to continue to use your scanner!
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Nikon scanners work fine on W7 64 bit but Nikon don't support it, so you need a patched. Took a fresh look at everything today and it seems like the connector cable I was given doesn't work--since I keep getting "unable to find any active devices". It seems there was a firewire card included in the package, so if you have a free pci slot, you can put in there and connect the scanner to that plug.
Install the drivers and it should work.
If he didn't give you the firewire card that was included, you can buy one for cheap anywhere else and put it in a free pci slot. You are correct. The scanner has a firewire cable. Problem is though I am on a laptop and from the looks of the manual I can't install a firewire card. What's so frustrating is I went over to see him earlier and he was able to download the correct driver on his Mac laptop -connect the scanner via firewire cable and had it up and running in less than 5 minutes.
My laptop has a IEEE slot which from all accounts seems to be fuctional so we tried to connect scanner with firewire cable that fit into the slot on my laptop but my computer just wouldn't "read" that I had the scanner connected. May try another cable tomorrow and if that doesn't work might have to dust off old PC -add a pci card-scan then transfer pics to my laptop. Is your IEEE network connection enabled?
Check in Control Panel; Network Connections. If it is does it work with any other Firewire devices? You can't fit a 6 pin cable to a 4 pin connector and vice versa so a converter won't help. The cables that I tried had 6 pin cable connector that went into scanner on one end--and 4 pin connector on other end that I put into my laptop. Guess this just isn't going to work and might have to go back to using my old Epson flatbed scanner for now. Driver installed.
Spoke to guys at local computer repair place and according to them it is a Mac-PC issue. The firewire cable from scanner has 6 pins--my IEEE is 4 pins and won't "read" info from scanner. Since the nikon scanner has it's own powersupply, i am hard pressed to think it will draw any power from the 6 pin. Worth a shot. Toermalijn wrote: You might try apple, see if they have a conversion cable going from mac to pc. Find out how it performs in our in-depth review.
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Started Mar 14, Discussions. Mar 14, Hi Everyone, Can use a little help. Billy1 wrote: Hi Everyone, Can use a little help. Thanks Guys! Have to admit I am lame when it comes to this stuff.
Then do I run. Thanks again, Bill -- hide signature Thanks Elrond, Thanks but still using XP. Bill Elrond wrote: I use Vuescan which works very well.
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Just use the original nikon drivers. Billy1 wrote: Thanks Guys! Thanks again, Bill. Thanks Everyone! Stupid question--do I run them both? Billy1 wrote: Thanks Everyone! Simon Garrett's gear list: Simon Garrett's gear list. Also their Amiga look Nikon View is laughable. This software frequently unexpectedly quits. It also hangs during scans etc. I have had to delete the preferences about 3 times to get it working so far.
Oddly, whenever I use Nikon Scan my Mail Preferences becomes corrupt too, yet this never seems to happen at other times. Even though the version shows 4.
Seems to run OK on my G5 1. It's as fast and responsive as it was back then. The strange lines are also gone in the scans which occured in Nikon Scan version 3. I'm also able to use the automounter SF without any problems. Nikon you made me a happy scanner! I downloaded it yesterday. I also had to download 4. The 4. Slide scanning works well and seems faster.
No problems. The software has worked faultlessly as I scan my way through years of Kodachrome slides.
It does cause the fan on my 15inch PB to kick in now and again as it does use all the processing power it can lay its hands on. I like it, it is doing for me what I want it to do. Do you think that nikon will update, one day, this "cpu sucker" software? This is typicaly a Windows platform software very good on it , optimized for Windows, with fewest modifications for Macintosh platform.
When will Nikon update this lousy software? I have deleted all Vuescan and Silverfast files on my hd, but it still produces annoying lines on the scans.
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