Hello all. I bought a new laptop with Win10 Prof and attachted a new Canon scanner, CanoScan LiDE 400, to that. Installing the current Canon scanner driver for that.
Unfortunately, the scanner appeared within Photophaint (latest version = 2020) only as a VIA scanner driver with absolutely poor scanning possibilites.Why is there not a TWAIN scanner driver?Only the Canon scanning software appeared with "ScanGear", which is the desired driver for within Corel Photopaint.
I read in the web, Corel Photopaint 2020 is a 64-bit app, and the Canon driver a 32-bit app.Unbelievable, that Canon does not have a 64-bit driver.
Has anyone an idea how to use the LiDE 400 within Corel Photopaint directly?
A new laptop, a new scanner with old driver support, that bites. If Canon has no answer then you're in trouble with no solution other than to use the scanners software.
I looked and there's no Windows 10 drivers at all on their web site.
Hi David. It's unbelievable, that Canon has noch TWAIN- oder 64-bit driver for that scanner, since it's on the market since 2008. Having tried also the Canon LiDE 300 driver, it's the same. - Is there noc workaround for that problem to use that scanner with Corel Draw 2020? Thx.
If memory serves there is no 64 bit TWAIN driver. This device is not fully supported in Windows 10 except with old drivers. I'd send it back.
TWAIN is, by definition, 32-bit technology.. The latest API was 2015....
I have the same issue with an Epson V700. Silverfast can drive it in 64-bit mode.
This device has no real Windows 10 support as all the drivers are for previous versions of Windows.