Sepiana, thanks again for the suggestions. I can't get the scanner to work inside PSE 2018 and will just use the Epson scan software directly...
Clive, what a bummer! It looks like your options are to use the Epson software or to use the TWAIN plug-in to scan into PSE 11.
This is not a biggie, just a tad frustrating. An actual techy might make this work ...
Believe me! I can understand your frustration. I am not an expert here but it looks like Epson is off the hook. You tried their fix but you are still getting the "No WIA compatible devices were detected . . ." error message and WIA is paused and will not resume. Maybe it is time to point the finger at another usual suspect -- Windows. Here are some troubleshooting suggestions.
WIA error message:
1. Right-click on the Epson scanner shortcut. 2. Select Properties. In the Properties dialog, select the Compatibility tab. 3. Under the Compatibility tab, . . .
- Turn on Run this program in compatibility mode for. - Select your OS (Windows 10) in the drop-down menu. - Turn on Run this program as an administrator (Privilege level).
WIA not resuming:
Did you try this Microsoft suggestion I posted earlier?
I have not yet found any kind of wireless printing or scanning to be very dependable. Just to be annoying to me, my mother insists on printing and scanning wirelessly, thus causing me to waste at least several hours re-associating all of her wireless connections every time I visit her.
BuckSkin, I had to smile when I read this. A few years ago I had a similar experience -- wasting time re-doing my wireless connections. Scenario -- printer>home network>three computers.
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