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Question by sambuco
Submitted on 2/26/2004
Related FAQ: Apple II Csa2 FAQs: Floppy Disk Drives, Part 9/25
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Is there a special driver needed to make my Apple Scanner (1987) work with my 6200/ OS 9?

Answer by MacOS
Submitted on 9/26/2005
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download at apple.com


All Apple Scanner Drivers at: http://www.info.apple.com/support/oldersoftwarelist.html#display

From the Info File.

Name:        Scanner
Version:     3.0
Released:    March 29, 1995
Apple Scanner, Apple OneScanner, or Apple Color OneScanner System
7.0.1 through System 7.5.3 rev 2.0. Any other version of the Mac OS is
not recommended.

Scanner 3.0 is a system extension that enables the Apple Scanner and
Apple OneScanner.

The enclosed file is a self-extracting archive.  To use, download,
double-click the downloaded file (this decompresses it).

PLEASE NOTE: Scanner 3.0 compatibility

     Apple Scanner                      No*
     Apple OneScanner                   No*
     Apple Color OneScanner             Yes
     Apple Color OneScanner 600/27      No
     Apple Color OneScanner 1200/30     No  

* Note: The Scanner 3.0 extension will work with the Apple Scanner and
Apple OneScanner only under System 7. If System 6 is being used then you
should use Scanner 2.0 with the Apple Scanner or Apple OneScanner.


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