4800 Scanner-ICE (USB)

Category: Scanner
Manufacturer: Microtek
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 17.0 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 02/20/2005

Windows device driver information for 4800 Scanner-ICE (USB)

The 4800 Scanner-ICE (USB) is a TWAIN compliant imaging hardware component which is capable of transforming hard copy documents into their digital counterpart. It presents the computer user with a number of alternatives in archiving voluminous documents including implementing additional security features. When a document is scanned the sensor on the hardware component attempts to read the contents of the page and distinguishes the letters. The device drive signals the host computer system and stores the extracted information into the local hard drive. The digital format of the data can then be edited using Optical Character Recognition technology which will retrieve textual contents from image files. Essentially the scanned document will generate an image file or a complete picture of the paper bound copy. Once the textual content has been extracted it can then be modified using word processing software applications and transformed into a PDF file format for additional security measures.

Outdated Drivers?

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The device driver not only implements the TWAIN standards in imaging but is also responsible for activating other features that are incorporated into the supported hardware component. One of the built-in functions of the 4800 Scanner-ICE (USB) is that it implements the digital Image Correction and Enhancement technology. This allows the supported hardware component to generate images in a number of frequency spectra making it usable to other filtering algorithms. The implementation of this technology supported by the 4800 Scanner-ICE (USB) and its corresponding device driver are firmly in place in the field of medical electronics. Essentially when activated by the device driver the Image Correction and Enhancement process will automatically remove surface defects like scratches and dust from the output image file. This solution is embedded within the hardware component and should not be confused with the software based alterations provided by many third party image editing programs. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 4800 Scanner-ICE (USB) errors before installing any driver updates.