You can start downloading the Mustek BearPaw 1200CU Plus series scanner Driver and Panel for Mustek BearPaw 1200CU Plus, BearPaw 1200CU Plus II scanners.To start download file, click green download button on page below. We advise you to use a variety of download managers like FlashGet or Download Master.Also, you can go back to the list of drivers and choose a different driver for Mustek BearPaw 1200CU Plus Scanner.
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Scanner drivers are a kind of software, and therefore they are subject to all the same problems that affect the work of other kindsof programs. Keep in mind that scanner drivers may also be damaged for various reasons, such as virus-infected,or obsolete as a result of system upgrades or software changes.
Remember that is very important to have exactly the driver that is needed specifically for your hardware scanner model.Therefore, it is recommended that you search using the scanner manufacturer name and model number of each scanner.
If you're using Windows and you've installed a Mustek driver, VueScan's built-in drivers won't conflict with this. If you haven't installed a Windows driver for this scanner, VueScan will automatically install a driver.
This page describes the gt68xx backend. The gt68xx backend is a SANE backend (driver) designed to support scanners based on the Grandtech GT-6801 and GT-6816 \"System-On-Chip\" scanner chipsets. The backend is based on the gt68xx driver written by Sergey Vlasov, Andreas Nowack, and David Stevenson. Thanks to them, and all the other contributors for all their work. Thanks to Mustek for providing the firmware files and answering questions. Thanks for answering questions, testing, giving comments and sending patches to everyone else. Without your support the backend wouldn't be possible.
There are two ways to get your scanner detected: The kernel scanner driver (scanner module) or libusb, the USB library. Both ways work. However, as the kernel scanner driver has been removed from Linux I will only describe how to use the scanner with libusb.
To get your scanner running, you need a firmware file. The firmware is usually named *.usb (e.g. PS1Dfw.usb). You really need the firmware file for your specific scanner. E.g. the BearPaw 1200 CU's firmware will not work with the ScanExpress 1200 UB Plus. For most Mustek scanners the firmware can be downloaded from the status section. If your firmware isn't listed there, try one of the following methods:
If you are a beginner and don't like to compile yourself I recommend to use a current RPM (or DEB for Debian) of sane-backends if the latest version isn't already included in your distribution. Please use sane-backends 1.0.17 or later. Have a look at the SANE download section for some links to binaries. Some scanners may not work with these binary packages because they weren't supported at the time 1.0.17 was packaged.
There is also a scan program from Mustek for the BearPaw 1200 CU which is on newer driver CDs. It needs an old kernel scanner driver which is supplied with the package. The normal kernel scanner driver won't work. It comes with source code for the higher level functions. The low level functions are binary-only, however. It's not a SANE backend but a stand-alone command line and graphical tool. It's probably Linux-i386-only. 1e1e36bf2d