It's the *only* way to get good results under Linux with our system. There is
a 50 pin on an Adaptec 2904 (yes, not 2940) to a 25 pin that goes into one of
the scanner sockets. Under windows, it produces garbage without the
We have wasted months thinking that the scanner was at fault which is why we
bought an Epson. At last we have seen why the Umax range are held in such
On Saturday 02 June 2001 06:47, you wrote:
> Some people reported this effect.
> When the scanner is the only device on the scsi bus
> (so you have not connected any other devices
> internally+externally) then you can try to use it this
> Do you still get good results this way?
> What scsi controller do you use?
> What cables (connectors) do you use?
> scc wrote:
> > Hi Everyone.
> > Simply unplugging the terminator produced superbly clean scans for the
> > first time, much better than my Epson usb! Is this logical?
> > Steve.
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