[sane-devel] Visioneer 4400

Daniel Elm delm at bulletscan.com
Thu Apr 28 15:05:39 UTC 2011

If you've got the install disc that came with it, using PaperPort would be
better than the Windows Image Acquisition wizard, and probably better than
the Office Document Imaging tool (depending on your version of office

Failing that, for something that lets you easily get started doing some
TWAIN scans, I've always been partial to Irfanview.  

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[mailto:sane-devel-bounces+delm=bulletscan.com at lists.alioth.debian.org] On
Behalf Of Will May
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 4:24 AM
To: sane-devel at lists.alioth.debian.org
Subject: [sane-devel] Visioneer 4400

Hi all,

I've got an old scanner (a Visioneer 4400
which is unsupported in SANE. I've got it connected in Windows XP
using VirtualBox and able to produce logs with usbsnoop but I don't
really no where to start. I produced a c file using the
usbsnoop2libusb.pl script but it still feels like looking for a needle
in a haystack!

According to posts from 2004
(http://web.archiveorange.com/archive/v/O5zM9DQRwAdYgH0b53Hl), it's an
LM9832 but I can't find a chip with that number on it. I've noticed
that driver inf file does refer to the E1.ini and viceo.dll files
which the post refers to.

Failing that, is there any better scanner software that the built-in
XP software? I would prefer to use something that gave me greater
control of the size being scanned.



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