Sun, 15 Dec 2002 14:57:41 +0100
HELP!!!!!!!!!! - NOT AGAIN!!!!!!
Those d**n manufactures, by using similar names they make us believe
that same or similar hardware is inside those cheap scanners...
The HP2300C does not contain a LM983x chip, see my mail on this list
Sparrow Main Board V1.2 12-00080-01C with two Chips:
26-00122-03A <------- ASIC ???
EliteMT 100MHz <------ MEMORY
Sparrow CCD Board 12-00079-01A with
I've not idetified the scanner chip so far...
So here you will have rather the same trouble like you'll have with
the Scanport device... - the scanner is not supported...
Sorry for the bad news, but I suggest to ask prior buying a scanner.
On Sunday, 15. December 2002 14:30, Henning Meier-Geinitz wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 15, 2002 at 07:18:29AM -0600, Ira Childress wrote:
> > The saga continues. I traded in the Scanport 3000 for an HP 2300C -
> > which isn't supported either, but the 2200C is and I thought that maybe
> > just a little code tweaking could get the 2300C to work.
> Maybe, maybe not.
> > What needs to be done to the drivers to get a 2300C to work?
> Find out which kind of chipset is used by your scanner. If it's the
> National Semiconductor LM9831 (or 9832, 9833), addidng support to the
> plustek backend shouldn't be too difficult.