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Micortek ScanMaker X12USL
5.00.2071.1 (1999-06-24) via .inf
Big file, but driver for Win 95, 98, 2000, NT, XP.
Also soft for this scanner to work
This driver works well in my computer (XP SP1 family)
Email me if problem
Good use of this scanner
Loic (DG Member) on 23-Dec-2002
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|MICROTEK.INF||22.3 KB||28 Nov 2002|
|disk1/layout.bin||531 bytes||12 Feb 2001|
|disk1/Setup.ini||127 bytes||12 Feb 2001|
|disk1/Setup.exe||35.8 KB||3 Nov 1999|
|disk1/ikernel.ex_||335.6 KB||14 May 2000|
|disk1/data1.cab||522.9 KB||12 Feb 2001|
|disk1/INFs/WinNT/ASC.SYS||37.6 KB||30 Apr 1998|
|disk1/INFs/WinNT/DISK1||20 bytes||14 May 1996|
|disk1/INFs/WinNT/OEMSETUP.INF||18.4 KB||11 Jun 1998|
|disk1/INFs/Win98/mscan2.inf||25.6 KB||10 Feb 2000|
|disk1/INFs/Win98/EventMgr.exe||167.9 KB||20 Aug 1998|
|disk1/INFs/Win98/ASC.MPD||31.2 KB||13 Aug 1998|
|disk1/INFs/Win98/ADVANSYS.INF||4.9 KB||21 May 1999|
|disk1/INFs/Win98/MSMSET.DLL||6.8 KB||20 Jul 1998|
|disk1/INFs/Win98/MIISCAN.SYS||19.1 KB||10 Mar 1999|
|disk1/INFs/Win98/msmusd.dll||21.3 KB||18 Jan 2000|
|disk1/INFs/Win95/ASC.MPD||31.2 KB||13 Aug 1998|
|disk1/INFs/Win95/ADVANSYS.INF||4.9 KB||21 May 1999|
|disk1/INFs/Win95/MIISCAN.SYS||17.4 KB||4 Jan 2000|
|disk1/INFs/Win95/mtklaba.inf||2.0 KB||23 Jan 1997|
|disk1/INFs/Win95/mscan.inf||9.0 KB||10 Feb 2000|
|disk1/INFs/Win2000/MICROTEK.INF||22.3 KB||8 Mar 2000|
|disk1/INFs/Win2000/msmusd.dll||21.3 KB||18 Jan 2000|
|disk1/data2.cab||134.1 KB||12 Feb 2001|
|disk3/data4.cab||1.1 MB||12 Feb 2001|
|disk2/data3.cab||1.5 MB||12 Feb 2001|
To get the Micortek ScanMaker X12USL driver, click the green download button above. After you complete your download, move on to Step 2.
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