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{SOLVED} How Do I Get My AGFA SnapScan600 To Work

This happens with esfw30 and esfw41. Scanner firmware Most USB models need a firmware upload in order to work (see table above). I will let you know what happens in about a month. They stated that you could get six full resolution 8.5 by 11 prints out of the Epson ink cartridges. weblink

Please try to supply important information like: Vendor, Model, sane version, snapscan version, detailed description of the problem... These are CMYK devices. First, the print was exposed to direct sunlight for up to 2 hours per day for two months. The problem started after the reboot of the first update/upgrade.

Vendors include Gretag Lab Systems ( www.fotoprint.com), Durst Lambda, and CSI Lightjet. This is perhaps the most telling giveaway of the inkjet technology. I am not versed in color printing, so those recomendations are not mine. Good, very good for a relatively cheap system.

Even better, if you compile the 2.6.21 vanilla kernel with this enabled things will work as they should. Hope you're eyes start to see that film and normal process paper will not be obsolite in photography. HP does not rate the printer for dot pitch, since the photo paper reacts with the ink to "meld" the printed pixels as the ink spreads into the paper coating, it alsp told will introduce a bigger sized- model for 33x48 cm?

I did what was suggested in the first post but still no luck. GH68February 16th, 2011, 09:12 PMI obviously forgot to post my solution, probably because it seemed unrelated to the actual topic. The problem was that I did not understand how to use PhotoShop properly. These procedural precautions happily produce "unmangled" image files.

This is a correction to a regrettable error in my previous comment. I've seen the in-store displays for this printer which have a picture printed from a photo-lab and the same picture printed from the Epson side by side and ask you to I looked at the printer market in the $500 and under range about one year ago and settled on the HP PhotoSmart, which at that time sold for $500. PASS scanimage: stepped read, 8192 bytes...

I think it used to work perfectly a few Ubuntu versions ago, but since I'm not using the scanner frequently I don't know when I lost the functionality. I want to emphasize that in my experience inkjet printing can work stunningly well for non-realistic subject matter - such as abstract or highly color-intensive originals with which the photographer is The print quality is excellent, difficult to distinguish from a "real" photo at normal viewing distances for a photo that size. It seems hard to believe no one would have mentioned this if it was really that bad.

There was a bug in the 2.6.20 kernel that has been fixed. http://webadapt.org/solved-how/solved-how-do-i-get-rid-of-blazefind-com.php I have not come very close, but I can say that in some instances the results are fairly pleasing and, if not viewed too closely, reasonably photo-realistic - but emphatically not The best was from the Epson 1200. Thanks a lot!

Do I need to configure something more? What a pain in the ***! Note that I forgot to add the line to restart the sane service. http://webadapt.org/solved-how/solved-how-can-i.php Development of the SnapScan backend is now done in SANE CVS, so there's no need to download a separate source package for the backend anymore.

You should do this after running the script as root. However, you might still see differneces between those files if you examine them with the file command. The cost of good glossy photo paper, just over a dollar, then becomes irrelevant.

To this end, use the following command in a separate terminal window just after scanner power-on, before doing anything else to the scanner: while [ true ]; do sleep 0.3; lsusb;

firmware /path/to/your/firmware/file.bin ...to point to /etc/sane.d/ESFW30.BIN $ scanimage -L You should see that your scanner is now detected. Those with whom I've corresponded have made various suggestions, and most, Im afraid, would disagree strongly with my conclusions. These machines usually print on rolls and can therefore make a print 50 meters long (but only 127 cm or 50" wide). Highly recommended, but only in a working combination of input/output devices!

Does anybody have any idea if there are such drivers available or what I must do to make the LS-20 work with Windows 2000? A colleague, who also owns an Epson 1200, is quite enthusiastic about Pictorico's papers and films. Not a photographer, but a photographer's daughter, so I'm fairly fussy about quality. this content found USB scanner (vendor=0x04b8 [EPSON], product=0x011f [EPSON Scanner]) at libusb:004:006 found USB scanner (vendor=0x046d, product=0x092e) at libusb:003:002 # Your USB scanner was (probably) detected.

I can't scan, either. PASS scanimage: stepped read, 1023 bytes... Any suggestions?? I have been playing around with an Epson Stylus Photo 700 for the last few days at work (we're between projects right now).

Upon closer inspection I noticed that HP's sample photos were primarly smooth flesh tones with little detail. For scanners from Acer / Benq the last three digits of the firmware file depend on the version of your driver CD.