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The correct device should be  "\\.\eppwdm0".

You have 2 alternatives to correct the device:

3a. Correction with a registry  file:

This can be corrected by the following registry file (download it an double-click on the file to add it to the registry): agfa1212xp.reg

If the installation fails, completely deinstall the driver and use the following registry file: agfa1212xp1.reg

ATTENTION: Before you add the registry file to the registry, you have to check, in which slot the scanner has been installed (regedit.exe). In my files it is slot 0000:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{6BD D1FC6-810F-11D0-BEC7-08002BE2092F}\0000]


Please check this registry key. If the slot is not 0000 (e.g. 0003), you have to change this value in the registry file!!

With a double-click on the registry file the contents is added to the registry.


3b. Correction with update of the driver:

  • Restart the computer
  • Select in the device manager (control panel->system->hardware) under imaging devices the Agfa scanner.
  • In the context menu select Update driver.
  • In the next dialog select select software from list (2. option); ->Next
  • Select the second option (select driver...); -> Next
  • Install driver for Agfa Snapscan 1212P

 

Check for the correct device:

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Now the computer has to be restarted to change the configuration!!

ScanWise 1.4.0.1 should now scan images from the scanner. If you have communication problems in the preview you can try the preview again and again.


If you want to use the new ScanWise 2 software (there are some very good features), you should proceed with the following steps:

4. Installation of ScanWise 2.0:

Download:

ftp://EndUsra8:agfa2000@ftp.agfa.com/software/Public/DTP/010926051356/ScanWise.exe

or

http://support.agfa.com

or

http://213.244.19.244/touslesdrivers/ScanWise.exe


Install the software with the setup routine and after that copy the following files:




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