My trusty old 2004 CPU with Win XP is dying a slow death, and both my other computers have Win 7, which isn't compatible with my HP Laserjet scanner. The Laserjet will print, copy and fax, but for some reason there are no drivers for the scanner. I'm looking for a recommendation for a good flatbed scanner. Thanks.
Have you tried just start the scanning software on the Win7 PC and see what happens? Like with Picasa? You may be surprised.
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