[alt-photo] Re: TANGENTIALLY ON TOPIC: HELP W/ CS-5 & SCANNER?
ritalbernstein at gmail.com
Thu May 17 01:45:44 GMT 2012
My tech guy was trouble shooting my problem and did the online chat thing
with Adobe, who directed him to the download. I have had excellent
with the tech support folks at Adobe so maybe give them a try. I really
Windows XP and rue the day I decided to "upgrade." Windows 7 (64 bit ) has
a complete nightmare...mostly incompatible with all my devices. I'm sure
Mac people are laughing, rightfully so.
On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 6:52 PM, KISS BOB <bobkiss at caribsurf.com> wrote:
> DEAR RITA,
> Thanks for reminding me that the computer in question is running XP
> Professional. This might help anyone who has any suggestions.
> Can you tell me where you found the download at Adobe?
> On Wed, 16 May 2012 18:50:09 -0400
> Rita Bernstein <ritalbernstein at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Bob,
>> I had a similar problem this week with an Epson V700, PS CS5, and
>> Windows 7 (64 bit). Epson basically told me I was screwed, but
>> Adobe came to the rescue (so much better customer service than
>> Epson) and there was a driver I could download from their site.
>> No problem now accessing the scanner from the import menu.
>> Rita Bernstein
>> On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 5:52 PM, BOB KISS <bobkiss at caribsurf.com> wrote:
>> DEAR LIST,
>>> As I use my Epson V750 pro mostly to scan negs to make enlarged
>>> digital negs for alt processes I think the following question can be
>>> considered on topic.
>>> This is for those who have used CS-5 and the V750. I just bought a young
>>> but used laptop that has CS-5 and Lightroom on it for about a quarter of
>>> what I would pay for CS-5 alone. Good deal. I just loaded on my scanner
>>> and printer drivers and programs and went on line to update them to the
>>> latest versions. With my old computer and CS-2, when I want to scan, I
>>> "file" them "import" and there are Epson VL750 and Epson Digital Ice as
>>> of the options waiting for me along with WAI and my webcam. This allows
>>> to scan right into Frotoshop and save the files as PSDs, my preferred
>>> I seem to recall that it was a matter of setting some preferences in
>>> Frotoshop to connect with the scanner (or was it the scanner program to
>>> with Frotoshop?) but, either way, it works. Can anyone tell me how to
>>> this up with CS-5 and Epson Scan? I have hunted for "preferences" or
>>> "advanced settings" buttons and I know I will be embarrassed at how
>>> this will be when you tell me but, after 3 hours, I am stumped!
>>> No, I don't want to use Epson scan alone to generate a Tiff and
>>> then open it in Frotoshop and convert to PSD.I REALLY want to open CS-5,
>>> "file" then "import" and find the Epson scanner there exactly as I do on
>>> old computer with CS-2. I am praying that some recent feud between Epson
>>> and Adobe has not rendered this impossible. Any hope?
>>> Please check my website: <http://www.bobkiss.com/>
>>> "Live as if you are going to die tomorrow. Learn as if you are going to
>>> live forever". Mahatma Gandhi
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>> Rita Bernstein
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