Bear Paw 1200Cu plus under windows 7 64

installed bear paw 1200Cu plus drivers under Windows7 64

this is an achievement! bear paw 1200Cu is a very old scanner and so far it was not possible to set up it under win7 64 bit. but now a combination of

1) st install ftp://ftp.mustek.com.tw/pub/driver/BearPaw/1200CUPLUS/Windows7/setup.exe
2) nd install  http://www.mustek.de/wordpress/drivers/Scanners/1200cu_plus/VISTA64/web64.exe

25 Nov 2014 edit: for now it is possible just to download right driver from here http://www.mustek.de/?page_id=22387

 

did it.

maybe just second link was enough ? but anyway after installing both and rebooting ( just rebooting with first one will cause windows crash ) everything works.So I’m able to use this old, but still useful scanner from time to time.

48 thoughts on “Bear Paw 1200Cu plus under windows 7 64

  1. Leonard Turville

    Process did not work for me? I get message that scanner is not connected to my computer (windows 7 pro 64 bit). Any suggestions?

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  3. Heinrich Graßhoff

    Thank you very much for your helpful advice. I was already prepared to giv my old scanner Bear Paw 1200CU Plus away. Again, many thanks.
    Kind Regards
    Heinrich Graßhoff

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  4. Mr S Virdi

    Hi,
    PLEASE can you give specific instructions as you say yourself that you cannot remember the order in which you installed the drivers – just the first or 1st one then second?

    Thanks in advance,
    Mr S Virdi

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    1. admin Post author

      Yes, install first, then immediately ( no reboot ) install second , just installing only one ( either first or second ) will not make a trick, so do as it described

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  5. Mr S Virdi

    Hi,

    I have tried the above – no luck!

    It just says Scanner not ready when I try to do a scan.

    Finally, should I have connected the usb cable before or after the 2 drivers – as I connected it after. Any advice?

    Mr S Virdi

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    1. admin Post author

      I see, but I hardly can help here. As you may see – it helped to some folk, but I cannot guarantee it could work for anyone. No I really remember exactly when and how I attached scanner.

      So – just a pity

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  6. AKS

    Hi, do you have the FIRST (setup.exe) downloaded and available?. The Mustek link is taking over 1 hr 45 mins to download!!!!. No probs with my internet. Appreciate you help.

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      1. AKS

        Hi, Managed to complete the download from your original link. The scanner works like a charm on Window7/64 bit.

        Just in case any one is interested, I installed the second link 1st and then First link (setup.exe). Restarted laptop, plugged in scanner, Windows found and installed the drivers, Thanks again for persevering and finding this solution. I am sure it will help many others!. Regards

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  7. Juerg Steffen

    What a highlight! Without thinking much, just followed your cookbook – and it works!!!!! Would be nice if every installation guide would be so.
    Thanks, Juerg

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  8. Tom van Lint

    Hi Sergey, The Mustek FTP site seems to be down. Do you still have the setup.exe lying around somewhere?
    Thanx in advance!

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  9. Tom van Lint

    Got it, thanx. Weird that the ftp site seems to be down at my end. I’ve installed it and rebooted, but when I try to scan it tells me that the scanner isn”t connected. Does it matter that I don’t have the “Plus” version? In device manager the drivers are installed and the scanner is visible. So the web64 drivers seem to be installed.

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  10. DCiep

    Hi Sergey, I run the steps as you said, and it doesnt work “The scanner is not connected” dialog box appears.
    Im trying on a Windows7 64bits OS. Any ideas? Thanks a lot

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  11. Alberto Gerardo Dziewguc

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH!… my bear paw 1200cu plus is alive again… thanks to Sergey & AKS too (his suggestions are fine)… If this serve to someone… Install first the second file link (web64.exe), then… install the first file (setup.exe)… Thanks again!.

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