Re: Maybe SP1 issue with Canoscan scanner?
I have a Canoscan 3200F scanner and it couldn't find the Twain driver.
Adding the path you suggested fixed the problem. I reckon it was something to
do with adding Sp1 as it worked fine before that!
> I guess this is not a very active newsgroup. Anyway, I found the
> problem in my case. Probably not SP1 related...
> I have alot of software installed and it aparently keeps adding more
> and more onto the Path variable in System Properties. On the advice of
> another user in another forum, I added C:\Windows\twain_32\ (and the
> name of the particular folder in there my scanner uses, not the same
> for other scanners). Problem solved, without so much as a reboot!
> On May 11, 11:09 pm, rvgraham <gu...@unknown-email.com> wrote:
> > I've noticed just recently (probably since installing SP1) that my Canon
> > Lide 60 has stopped working right. To be specific, the only way I can
> > reach the scanner interface for advanced scanning is to launch it from
> > the canon toolbox utility. Then, once the image is delivered to
> > photoshop, I have to start the re-launch the scanner interface again; I
> > can't get it to stay open for more pages to be scanned. It used to open
> > just fine directly from Photoshop and wouldn't close until I
> > deliberately dismissed it.
> > I've checked MS knowledge base and Canon support but I see no newer
> > drivers and no other reports of my specific issue. The error I get when
> > trying to open the twain interface from photoshop is: "Could not open
> > the twain source".
> > Other apps, such as Microsoft Doc imaging, don't see teh scanner at
> > all. I also tried downloading VueScan but that couldn't see the scanner
> > either.
> > I only scan infrequently so I'm not gonna run out and buy a new
> > scanner, but when I do scan it's usually more than one page, so this is
> > a pain.
> > Thanks, Bob Graham
> > --
> > rvgraham