Windows 7 64 bit Driver for Scanjet 4670 (22198 Views)
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GARY DILALLA
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Windows 7 64 bit Driver for Scanjet 4670

I see there is a 64 bit driver available for Vista but not for Win 7. Do you think it will work?
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Wspencer2
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Re: Windows 7 64 bit Driver for Scanjet 4670

Did you get it to work? I haven't found any that work on the 64 bit Windows 7. Try Vista basic, Vista 64, and WinXP 64 downloads from HP and none have worked so far. I am hoping that somebody got it to work and I am just jumbled drivers but suspect I have a problem.
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GARY DILALLA
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Re: Windows 7 64 bit Driver for Scanjet 4670

The only thing that worked for me was the "Basic Feature Driver for Vista (64 bit)" It gives you WIA support but not TWAIN. You can find it at:
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodTypeId=15...

You will need to cut and paste the above URL since they are not "clickable". Or just search the HP site. It is Version 1.1, March 5, 2007. There will be no further drivers available. Hope this helps. Gary
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mlamine
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Re: Windows 7 64 bit Driver for Scanjet 4670

Thanx,

It works fine

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Ian P Aldridge
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Re: Windows 7 64 bit Driver for Scanjet 4670

When I first turned my samsung netbook on which was preloaded with win 7 my system immediately found a generic basic driver for my 4670, loaded it and named it, and it worked well until I had to reformat and reload win 7 on the netbook.

This tip, shortcut worked for me, yippeeeeee. It works as a basic scanner and allows for 'cropping' etc. of the documents. In my case I also have a brother 'all-in-one' printer and up to now have had to disconnect whichever, (scan or print)  I do not need to use whilst using the other as there appears to be system confusion as which one needs 'driving'. A big THANK YOU for the tip. Ian.

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