If you’re a Windows user, you can’t have missed the fact that Windows 10 is now out. How does the ScanSnap work with it? Whenever a new version of an operating system is released, I put up a post to collect experiences and resources for the ScanSnap. If you’ve made the Windows 10 upgrade, please leave a comment below with how it is working out for you. ScanSnap Windows 10 Compatibility According to Fujitsu, all modern versions of the ScanSnap will be supported. A driver upgrade may be required, but at the time of writing it has not been released yet. Hp Scanjet G4050 Driver For Windows 10 more.
Fujitsu says it’ll hopefully be out “mid-August”. Update: It appears that the driver was released on August 31. See below for updating instructions. Preparing Your ScanSnap For Windows 10 If you have a ScanSnap iX500, iX100, SV600, S1500/M, S1300/S1300i, or S1100/S1100i the best way to go is to do an online update. To do that: • Right-click on the ScanSnap icon in the Notification Area down in the bottom right. Windows 10 Mac Keyboard Driver. • Go to Help >Online Update • Follow the instructions More Information On ScanSnap And Windows 10 If you want further details, here is the support page for each model: • ScanSnap iX500: Supported. • ScanSnap iX100: Supported.
• ScanSnap SV600: Supported. • ScanSnap S1300/S1300i: Supported. • ScanSnap S1100/S1100i: Supported. • ScanSnap S1500/S1500M: Supported. • ScanSnap S300: Not Supported. • ScanSnap S510: Not Supported. See, although got it to work.
Your Experience? So, how is your ScanSnap and related software working on Windows 10? I’d appreciate it if you left a comment either way. I’ll update this post as new information becomes available.
Endless struggle with the ScanSnap S1100i. It works for a few scans then gives a connection error. I have tried all of the tricks in this tread and others. Firewall bypass, restart, connection tool (its says the connection is fine but I still get error0x 80004005!!), uninstall/reinstall, update, permissions in WIA,. What a waste of my time.