Relisys AVEC II E3 Scanner Driver Download

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Supported Models

AVEC II E3 Scanner



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

Uploader Notes

After extract, run WINSETUP.EXE

It works OK for one scan, the second scan will fail. i.e. don't prescan and then scan, the prescan will be OK, the scan will fail. Just scan and the scanner will scan and give you the image. More drivers in

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ffinder (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
DIAG2WIN.EX_ 58.3 KB 25 Jul 1997
SDR2EPP.SY_ 37.0 KB 25 Jul 1997
TWUNK_32.EX_ 33.2 KB 15 Sep 1995
SCANDRVU.BM_ 10.8 KB 25 Jul 1997
TWAIN16.DL_ 43.8 KB 15 Sep 1995
TWG_32.DS_ 146.5 KB 25 Jul 1997
TWF_32.DS_ 146.4 KB 25 Jul 1997
SCANDRVU.HL_ 100.7 KB 25 Jul 1997
TWE_32.DS_ 146.6 KB 25 Jul 1997
TWS_32.DS_ 146.9 KB 25 Jul 1997
TWAIN_32.DL_ 33.9 KB 15 Sep 1995
TWI_32.DS_ 146.8 KB 25 Jul 1997
WINSETUP.EXE 67.6 KB 25 Jul 1997
TWD_32.DS_ 146.6 KB 25 Jul 1997

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