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Old 11-03-2006, 11:01 AM   #1
Ryupower
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Installing a backend? ( parallel port scanners )


Hi, I have a Plustek OpticPro 9630 scanner, I found out that I needed a special backend for this ( old parallel port )scanner. I downloaded it, opened up the package, and went like WOAH!!
There were soooo many files in that thing!!! My question is: how do you install the module/backend? I couldn't find much useful information in the ( many ) files.

Anyone here able to tell me how to install a driver/module for a (parallel port) scanner?
What's the file type I need and what do I need to do with it?

I searched around the internet and couldn't find much.

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