If you didn't select any COM port in Win97, the program defaulted to COM1.My best guess is that it is COM4. But where on this WIN97 App did I select COM1?
In Win97's "Configuration -> Serial Port" menu, make sure that the only checked option is the "Readback tests".UHHHGH.
Error I now get when I try to upload to scanner is Expected to read back the data we just wrote - this failed. Ensure the correct Com port is selected, a supported COM port is selected, a supported cable is attached to the COM port and the scanner, and the scanner is turned on .
What scanner are you using? If it's a PRO-97 or PRO-2055, the error message is probably benign. Win97 sends data for the PSR-300 family which, with current firmware, will accept additional data beyond that expected by the PRO-97/2055. The PRO-97/2055 will show an "incorrect model" message when it gets this "extra" data (but after it has already accepted the initial "good" data) - if unplugging the cable doesn't give you an "initializing" message, you're OK.Okay - now I have WIN97 working properly but I get an error message on my scanner when the upload starts.
On the scanner is says in **CLONE MODE**
Incorrect Model ! Remove cable.
Can you guys help me out?