02-16-2016 12:03 AM
Thanks. I uninstalled the drivers. Then reinstalled with the CD that came with the scanner. Got a new error, "Code: 2, 156, 182". It's only happened once when I tried to scan more than one sheet into the same file. Funny thing is that the first time I installed the software/drivers, I said no to the feedback questionaire. This time I said yes and it seems to be working. I liked my old Canoscan LIDE much better. That thing was the Energizer bunny. To bad It would only work with 32-bit OS. I'll likely stay away from Canon in the future.
04-14-2016 06:25 AM
Driver v1.02 is posted.
- The scan error in the certain PC has been rectified.
Maybe this will fix the scanning errorfor good.
04-14-2016 06:41 PM - edited 04-15-2016 07:01 PM
Hi you all,
I reported this problem to Canon late March, with details of problem (with new computers quicker usb) and got reply that new driver will be offered on April at some point.
And now I can confirm that this thread problem is fixed, Win8&10, with usb2&usb3, by newest Canoscan Lide -driver of 13 April 2016, version 17.0.5 , so install it from Canon Support site and things work with newer computers too.
Check that you get latest software too (now from autumn 2015) and install it before installing that new driver.
When installing that newest driver, disconnect first scanner usb-cable from compuret, before installing driver.
And when driver installation asks to connect scanner, connect it then with usb-cable, so that computer with new driver recognizes scanner right.
01-06-2017 11:37 PM
Scanner (Lide 220) will not power despite several attempts to replug. I have a new Mac computerl. It worked OK with the old one. what can be the problem?
01-08-2017 06:28 AM
What version of OS X is installed on your Mac?
02-10-2018 11:22 AM