Canoscan n1240u driver mac snow leopard

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OSX will find it but, unlike under Windows, it will not do make a short calibration whirring noise as if it is scanning. Run Canoscan Toolbox and set-up the buttons and Settings as you want. Press one of the button on the front of the Scanner Copy, Scan or Email. Personally, I have the "Email" button set to scan the document and create a PDF as I am increasingly going paperless and scan most things rather than filing. You can leave it running or cancel as not, it is entirely up to you, as long as you have the warm glow of satisfaction at having got an 8 year old piece of kit working with Snow Leopard.

Best Regards GeekDaddy. More Less. All replies Drop Down menu. Loading page content. User profile for user: karim. I tried to follow but faced problems: 1. Would you please specify the names of drivers you downloaded? I downloaded the most recent driver for NU back to July and does not install even as admin! I appreciate your help Karim. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. User profile for user: redscrees redscrees. If please tell me how I have emailed Canon and waiting for their reply Regards Dave. User profile for user: dbuchter dbuchter. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: 1.

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User profile for user: Jean Liang Jean Liang. It is so cool! Just a bit slow. I wonder how much faster is the newest Canoscan compared to NU? User profile for user: oross oross. I am still trying to download and still having issue. Message was edited by: GeekDad3. User profile for user: mattdecoste mattdecoste. I thought I was going to have to pay for a new scanner! So perhaps you should mention that in the instructions above. I dusted off my Lide 30 and I haven't had this think work since Leopard had to use it with vuescan.

This is a nice free alternative and the software is nicer! Worked perfect on Snow Leopard!!! Thanks for posting. I just went through all the steps as is, listed above. The Canon website said it wasn't supporting the LideScan 30 scanner on Snow Leopard, but I did a last ditch search for "lidescan 30 snow leopard" and got this page. You're a genius. Thanks for making someone's life a little better.

Does anyone know if this works on Lion? Haven't upgraded to Lion yet. K and A Alesandrini. Instructions worked perfectly in Lion for my LideScan You're a life saver. Hi CoolAJ86 thanks for the post. Works great for me on Lion For command line use, restart was not necessary. For some reason my scans are all skewed.

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The preview looks fine but the actual scan looks like someone moved the photo during the scan. Anybody else seeing this? That was my problem when I saw that. It works great with my iMac i7 and Lide 30, but all the saved files like jpeg, png etc. Only the preview is ok!

I have the same problem with skewed scans on lion on an i5 mac book pro and Lide Previews are fine.

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Same here. Preview looks great. Scan is skewed. Hi Thanks a lot!! Works great.

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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!

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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!