Canoscan lide 20 mac os x 10.4
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Close Save changes. Include an image. It's worth a thousand words. Connect it over USB? There is no cartridge in the scanner, no paper fed. It is just a scanner. The problem started after installing Mac OS Alternatively try and install CanoScan Toolbox 4 or 5. Works great. I have listed my I have listed my experience for others. I followed the steps for OS X I also had the scanner connected to the MBP while installing. After step 4 before the 'Reboot' step , the scanner came to life.
Launched Image Capture, scanner started perfectly, no problems with the image. Have just done this and have not rebooted yet - but it is working perfectly. Fantastic, thanks a Million! Hi folks! I also get my images skewed while the p I also get my images skewed while the previews are well. But - what is even stranger - sometimes, without any logical explanation, the are well but just 2 o 3 images in 25 or 30 scans Most of them are skewed Do you know why?
Any solutions? Does anybody have an explanation or better a solution?? Unfortunately I have I'd like to try it again, but how do I uninstall the stuff I did in Steps 2, 3, and 4? Where are they on the computer? I'm a clueless user! Jeff Fox. I am running Snow Leopard Software installed with no issues.
I did not have to reboot. I also have the problem of scans with a resolution of greater than 75 dpi being skewed. Running This worked very nicely when first performed, but now a week later I go to scan another document and get only "failed to open a session on the device" Not sure why this is. Anyone found a solution to this? I checked the lock switch and made sure it is unlocked.
Made me wonder, what is the value of that switch? Well, some of them anyway It all worked fine with a Lide 30 but will not see an HP , my preferred scanner. A follow up to my 'skewed' post: If I select two areas and auto detect then the first smaller scan is skewed but the larger second scan is fine. This seems to be fairly consistent over most of the settings I tried. It doesn't seem possible to predict what other single scan settings work OK. Thanks for what looks like it might be brilliant useful software! Same problem with skewing - preview is OK but the final scan is very skewed.
OS Anyone have a solution to the skewing issue or not what piece of the puzzle is to blame? Image capture doesn't see my LIDE30, but it works with scan image. Anyone else sees this? Dan Sz. December 11, The instructions for Snow Leopard work.
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Pictures scan properly as JPGs and open in other programs. My guess is it will work in Lion, but I'm not upgrading just yet. However, it wouldn't scan a second item without quitting Image Capture. I had to quit and restart it to scan the second item. I think the skewing issue is related to custom page sizes.
When I selected the standard A4 page size, no more skewing!
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I have tried this solution on and on but no positive results I'm thinking of giving up! Am I doing something wrong or it's not possible to make my scanner work? Maybe it's I'm not deleting things properly Thanks for your help! Hey AJ thanks very much for this man. I followed the instructions for snow leopard exactly as above and my mac The only slight issue is that when I hit the 'cancel' button, it doesn't stop the process, but I can live with that!
Again thanks for putting this helpful stuff out there. Thanks a lot!
Re: Canon LIDE 20 on Mac OS X 10.4: scanimage cannot open the device
The skewing problem goes away for me at resolutions of 75 dpi and fewer. Not a fix, but may be worth something if you're in one. Thanks very much CoolAJ86! I had the same skewed scans problem. I'm glad you've found a solution for the skewing problem! I started the installation process and installed libusb. How can I uninstall libusb? Is there any way? Is it necessary? Hi everyone.
I'm using a CanoScan LiDe On snow leopard. Now I did get image capture to recognise the scanner but only once and since I've done a restart it doesn't!! Very annoying! I tried reinstalling everything but with no luck. So I downloaded another scanning app called VueScan and this seems to be recognising the scanner.
Hope this helps someone. Brad Lartigue. Thanks Andy andyisavinit! Not much of a terminal guy but actually got this working perfectly in terminal It says "No camera of scanner connected. ImageCapture is at least OK.
Anne Carpenter. Hi there! I'm working on a new laptop with OS I'm on step 3 and there were lots of folders and files already there, so I'm copying the files one by one into their proper folder. There are, however, a number of files that already exist in the designated folders. They are listed here: bin: libusb-config include: usb.
Should I? Short answer: It doesn't matter. I would overwrite them, but they're the same versions of the same files so they should be compatible. Is it new from Apple? Or new from a relative or store who takes pride in their computers? Either someone or something installed those things before possibly for using another scanner or printer or they're now be included in the download whereas they weren't before. It's brand-new from Apple, via my company. I will copy the old versions as backups just in case and let you know how it turns out.
Ok, had a chance to replace those files, so at that point I had followed all instructions except for the optional last step to install SNAC. I didn't see any devices in Image Capture It scans an image to the desktop.