Paladin of the Pegasos
Posts: 1012 from 2012/11/10
From: Manchester, UK/GB
Amigaharry2 wrote: I've also a 1640SU, but SCSI-Port seems damaged....won't work, even with A3000 (SCSI-device not recognized), so no test possible.
I know the Epson 1640SU was going to be named the GT8700 scanner, but as Epson (Seiko) were renaming that series of scanner designs it was never named that officially, as far as I know, though on some sites the model is recognised.
That said, I know the SCSI port on mine works OK, as I used to use it with my Classic Amiga setup, when I used ScanQuix with it, which is actually a better, fuller featured program IMHO than SCANdal, though SCANdal does have some benefits over ScanQuix.
I just wish ScanQuix 3, 4 and 5 worked on MorphOS, as I'd swap back to that program if I could when using MorphOS.Quote:
Amigaharry2 wrote: @newsense: are you useing a Mac with MOS?
See my 'signature
' - it's a 'dead' giveaway. [ Edited by NewSense 07.05.2020 - 22:22 ]
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