HP 5100-6300 6350 Driver Download

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Supported Models

5100-6300 6350 Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4

File Name

Deskscan.rar (3.7 MB)

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This software & driver pckg is for use with numerous HP ADF scanners. Enables the automatic scanning of multiple pages via the ADF.

1) UNINSTALL all other HP drivers.

2) Install your SCSI card/driver, reboot, verify the scsi controller is working properly.

4) Run the setup file in disk1 folder of the enclosed file package.

4) With computer on plug scanner power in, then connect scsi cable from scanner to computer.

5) Windows will auto-detect the scanner, choose to manually select the driver to install, and select the dir where you unzipped the driver dl'd from this post.

I believe that was the 'right' order. Anyways, I had a hard time finding and getting my 6350C setup to use the ADF automatically. The HP Precision Scan sj675.exe package from hp.com does not work fo

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Chris (DG Member) on 24-Aug-2004

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