Readme.txt Driver File Contents (SG553Me.exe)

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                        ScanGear CS-S 5.5.3 
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                                                   October, 2000
                                                      
                              Copyright (C) Canon Inc. 1999-2000

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1. ScanGear CS-S 5.5 Features

ScanGear CS-S 5.5 (hereafter referred to as "ScanGear CS-S") is a 
32-bit TWAIN-compliant scanner driver for the Canon CanoScan 
300, 600, FB620S or FB1200S scanners.  When this driver is selected 
from within a TWAIN-compliant software application program, one of 
these scanners can be used to scan image data.


2. What You Need

Required Hardware
o CanoScan 300, 600, FB620S or FB1200S Scanner.
o An ASPI-compatible SCSI host adapter for Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0,
  Windows 2000 and Windows Me
o 80486 MHz CPU or higher (Pentium 60 MHz or higher recommended) IBM 
  or IBM compatible PC
o 16 MB RAM (32 MB more recommended) for Windows 95
o 24 MB RAM (32 MB more recommended) for Windows 98
o 32 MB RAM (64 MB more recommended) for Windows NT 4.0
o 32 MB RAM (64 MB more recommended) for Windows 2000
o 32 MB RAM (64 MB more recommended) for Windows Me
o 5 MB of free disk space for ScanGear CS-S installation.
o Free disk space, at least 50 MB. The amount of space required 
  depends on the scanning area and the Color Mode or Resolution 
  setting.  (Color images scanned at higher resolution require 
  more storage space.)
o Minimum requirement for monitor: 800 x 600 resolution, 256-
  color (higher resolution with TrueColor recommended) 

Required Software
o Microsoft Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0(Service Pack 3 or later), 2000
  or Me
o TWAIN-compliant application software


3. A General Tip on Usage

o Run only one application at a time which uses ScanGear CS-S ; do 
  not open more than one application that uses the ScanGear CS-S  
  scanner driver.  Also, do not open ScanGear CS-S more than once 
  to acquire an image in the same application.

o If you scan a very large image at high resolution, some 
  applications may determine that there is not enough disk space 
  to scan and save the image and return an error. 
  
o Always close the ScanGear CS-S main window before you exit the 
  parent application program.
  
o For Windows NT 4.0 or 2000, it is required that the system administrator 
  install or uninstall ScanGear CS-S.

o In Windows NT 4.0 or 2000 when the system file is in NTFS format, 
  occasionally the TWAIN data source may not open correctly. For security 
  reasons, the TWAIN module cannot be written to the winnt directory. 
  For details, contact your system administrator.
    
4. Running ScanGear CS-S with Specific Applications

o If you are using TextBridge Plus, the TextBridge windows could be 
  displayed over the ScanGear CS-S window. If this occurs, use the 
  mouse to shift the focus to the ScanGear CS-S window and perform the 
  ScanGear CS-S settings.
  
o If you are scanning originals from an ADF installed on a CanoScan 300
  or CanoScan 600, in TextBridge Pro 9.0 the Legal paper size setting
  cannot be selected with the Scanner Setup command in the Tools menu. 
  In this case, use the Paper Size setting in the ScanGear CS-S main 
  window to select the Legal paper size.
  
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