In order for this to work I had to compile the latest sources from their git repo.
LiDe 80 support was added into Sane relatively recently. I can scan now using the command line or image capture, etc. Image capture scans come out distorted, though. Did you try ExactScan? Was this meant for me or in response to someone elses comment? It is also pretty native. Thank you so much. You made my day.
Many thanks for making this installer package available.
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After 6 hours of searching the net and trying out insane things well above my abilities this has finally done it. I appreciate you taking the time to figure this out for the rest of us. Thank you so much for this — I do now have to go a different route to get my scanner to work but it does finally seem to be operational again a Canon MP — ok not exactly up to the minute but it does what I need and I would be annoyed to have to buy a new one unnecessarily just because of the software upgrade.
This brand new all in one should just work out of the box as it is supposed to be Mavericks compliant but no dice. I had a similar problem with a very Old Epson scanner where it scanned blurry with apple drivers and ok via VueScan. Either Apple needs to make better drivers of the OEM scanner makers need to provide them…this is not acceptable. Any suggestions or workarounds would be appreciated!!! Yeah this is stupid. But new devices where compatibility is claimed should be supported.
I see they have an ICA-driver on their website listed for Mavericks and Yosemite, did you try installing this one? Working perfectly using Image Capture. Suddenly, the beast came to life just minutes before a no net swish into the trash can.
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Nevertheless, thak you for your work! Yeh, it seems the the drivers for the canoscan f are very old. Did you try other solutions such as VueScan or Twain Sane? Thanks for this solution. What did work was Adobe Acrobat Pro. After figuring out how to specify the geometry for cropping , it produced very nice scans. Acrobat Pro is not free, but if you have it, it removes the need for installing any fix.
Thanks for the tip! Hope it helps someone else! Dear Br, it looks like you have exactly the same laptop and printer as I do, which gives me hope. Where have you found the drivers for CanoScan NU? Or, which model drivers are you using? I will post a link from my blog. Thank you for the fix! I think some scanner turns up as available if you run Photoshop in bit mode. I guess this would pose some more memory limitations ie, like maximum 4gb for Photoshop. Theres a note note 8 on how to this here. The native Brother application does work.
I was thrilled to see this discussion since I have a Canon P scanner that I could no longer use due to switching from a PC to an iMac.
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Confirm whether it was installed properly. Any suggestions would be great appreciated.
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I tried the suggestions in the link provided but nothing. I mean what application you are trying to do the scan from? It sounds like you might be using a Canon application for scanning, you should give Image Capture a try. There have been several people reporting success with the P, so it should be possible to achieve this.
Amazingly simple fix.
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Thank you for clarifying and saving me a few hundred dollars. I liked the P scanner so much but had given up hope until I stumbled across your discussion. Thank you for your patience and going another round with me to finally resolve this. How pleased I am! A quick google search lead me to this: link. The scanner has been working with my PC, but not with Mac. Let me know if if works for you. Thank you for the response. Sorry for the delay. I will update in a bit. But thank you for the suggestion.
Surely there is a fix. Others seem to be having success with running the P on their iMac. Na tym blogu jest tylko jeden wpis.
Some users have reported success with the F, so it should be possible to get working. Do you only get a solid color when doing preview scans also? I have read some people have problems with certain file-formats. Did you try your scanner on another computer making sure it is not a hardware problem? Could the lamp or something be failing?
For another user reinstalling the scanner driver from the cannon website helped sort his issues with garbled scanning.
Thank you, will give that a go…. Hi, many thanks for your help. I was so annoyed when I discovered that my PM is not opertional under Yosemite, but with your solution it works. Really cool And altough the drivers from Canon were only listed up to Mavericks, it works for me on my iMac with Yosemite installed from last week. I see that the drivers are now also listed up to Yosemite, the Probably not too many changes to this in Yosemite.
I see they also have an ICA driver ver 3. Also out of curiosity, did you have both the twain driver, Thank you so much Janegil.
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It was looking bleak for my old Pixima MP with no drivers available on the Canon website after the Yosemite upgrade to my iMac. Scanning has now resumed as normal thanks to your efforts and that natty little Bridge for a Thing Without An Interesting Name. I hate discarding a working tool before its time. I managed to get my new MacBook Air I really appreciate it.
It took me all day, but I finally found your page. Thanks a lot!!!!! Any ideas? One user has reported here that a scan produced only one solid color after upgrading to yosemite. Can I ask if you upgraded or performed a clean install of Yosemite.