[sane-devel] Visioneer Onetouch 4400 USB (Visioneer/Primax Primascan Colorado 2600u, Memorex 6142u)

Martijn van Oosterhout Martijn van Oosterhout <kleptog@svana.org>
Sat, 6 Dec 2003 14:00:09 +1100

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What I did is simply wait about 20 seconds between operations while writing
them down. Then later when going through the logs I could use the large gaps
between URBs to work out what went with what.

And posting it to a public place would be a good idea also.

Hope this help,

On Sat, Dec 06, 2003 at 01:23:56AM +0000, Keith Watson wrote:
> Ok, so I've grabbed a copy of SnoopyPro and installed it on Windows2000. =
> opened the TWAIN interface got the scanner to scan an image.  SnoopyPro h=
> captured a load of things called URBs (what's a URB daddy?).
> Presumably I really should approach this methodically and perform a serie=
s of
> smaller captures with each one addressing a specific operation. Is there =
> material anywhere which covers this?  Failing that is anyone able to ment=
or me
> through this? e.g. suggest what operations I need to capture and in what =
> If someone could tell me what to do, I could then post the output somewhe=
re so
> that others more knowledgeable and able than me can look at them and perh=
> deduce what's going on.
> Keith
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Martijn van Oosterhout   <kleptog@svana.org>   http://svana.org/kleptog/
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