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Note, if you only find twain.dll in your Windows or Winnt directory, you can be sure that you only have old 16 bit twain interface on your computer and ImageShow should NOT work with your scanner at this time. With 32 bit twain driver and interface installed, you should have twain.dll, twain_32.dll, TWUNK_16.EXE, TWUNK_32.EXE appear in the Windows or Winnt directory, plus the scanner's driver data source directory.
You can also download the driver files from the web by yourself! To find the scanner driver file yourself, select from the manufacturer list and look for 32 bit driver for Windows 95 or NT and your scanner model. The driver package usually contains the latest 32 bit twain interface files (mentioned above).
If you are sure the scanner is for Window 95 or NT, but did not find twain_32.dll or twunk_xx.dll in your
Windows or Winnt directory, you need to download the 32 bit twain interface files
Click here to get 32 bit TWAIN interface files for Windows 95.
Click here to get 32 bit TWAIN interface files for Windows NT. Also get msvcrt20.dll for NT and copy it into your WINNT\SYSTEM32 directory if you do NOT have already.
Remember to backup the 16 bit twain.dll file that already installed on your PC before install the new TWAIN interface files!
If you need, get pkzip2.04g (which contains pkunzip.exe) from PKWARE to unpack the .zip files.