[sane-devel] Canoscan Lide 210 - Green Bands on the left margin
bulkdata at gmail.com
Sun Jul 13 08:29:32 UTC 2014
A little late, but finally i got some USB dumps of the Windows driver.
Let me explain how those were created:
i used USBPCAP (http://desowin.org/usbpcap/), the program suggested by
Wireshark, and they were started at different steps.
Step 1 -> the scanner gets connected to Windows
Step 2 -> using the calibration option of the Scangear driver
Step 3 -> using the autotest option of the Scangear driver
Step 4 -> using the preview option of the Scangear driver
Step 5 -> doing a 300ppp Color scan with Scangear driver with all options
to defaults and basic settings.
i also include a TIFF file with the result of that scan in the last folder.
Will upload more dumps so i will put each dump row in a folder lettered
Hope this helps, and any other request don't hesitate to comment.
2014-07-11 6:43 GMT+02:00 Toni LdG <bulkdata at gmail.com>:
> Yes, no problem. Whatever is needed.
> Just at the end of the day will upload the dumps and post them here.
> Is there any chance of that over exposure to be caused by dust or dirt in
> the calibration area?
> On 11 de julio de 2014 06:31:22 CEST, Stef <stef.dev at free.fr> wrote:
>> On 10/07/2014 19:36, Toni LDG wrote:
>>> Hi Stef
>>> Here is a link to a Mega directory with all the files. It also
>>> includes a new scan linuxdebugscan5.pnm of the last document sample.
>>> Kind regards and thanks for the help.
>> if you look at the white_sading.pnm, you can see an over exposed
>> area that matches the one you're seeing on final scans. I have to find
>> what is going on.
>> Is there a chance you can run usbsniff or whireshark to records
>> windows driver
>> activity during a scan?
> Enviado desde mi teléfono con K-9 Mail.
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