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Vuescan saves the day!
But Epson's website recommended Vuescan, and now so can I.
It works within Photoshop just like the Epson utility did, only it's available in 64bit and is a lot faster.
The Vuescan website has an enormous list of flatbed and film scanners that it works with, I doubt there's anything missing.
The free version works without watermarks or other limitations for 30 days, and Vuescan is downright cheap to buy after that.
Re: Vuescan saves the day!
Doug like you I do like Vuescan but I also like the GUI and histogram display in the Epson software for my v500.
I know there are ways make the scanner work and one posted here which may be of use if you want to retain Epsons software - basically it fools the system using the 4990 drivers.
If you decide to give it a try let us know if it works please
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