Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 7.9Mb
Operating System: Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.5.11698.0 / 01 Oct 2007
ArtixScan 120tf color film scanner is a device that scans printed text, images, handwriting, and objects optically. This film scanner features patented hardware technologies like Motion Correction Control for complete image alignment and a carefully chosen application bundle which include Microtek and SilverFast HDR. All the functions of this scanner can only be made accessible to a computer through the help of a driver. ArtixScan 120tf (FireWire) driver offers the standard interface between the scanner and the machine through which the main scanner device is controlled and the computer receives scanned images. A driver update is needed if users are experiencing difficulties in using their scanner or scanning and receiving images. The driver for ArtixScan 120tf (FireWire) is represented by the drv_swpro_tx_v7_10_d1.exe file, which also supports other driver models including ArtixScan 1100, ScanMaker 5, ScanMaker III, ScanMaker 35t+, and ArtixScan 4000t.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
ArtixScan 120tf is a universal film scanner designed for 35mm and 60mm films that support up to 4000dpi. This scanner can only be utilized once its driver has been installed successfully on the computer. It comes bundled with an application that allows users to scan and configure images. ArtixScan 120tf scanner driver allows users to take full advantage of the power and functionalities of the film scanner. The executable file that contains the driver for this film scanner also supports other models including ArtixScan 4000t, Adaptec AVA-1502E/AE controller, Microtek MS-PCZ Card, ScanMaker 9600XL, ArtixScan 4000tf (USB), and ArtixScan 120tf (SCSI). The scan result of the ArtixScan 120t (Firewire) is a non-compressed RGB image. This film scanner supports both SCSI and USB connectivity. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ArtixScan 120tf (FireWire) errors before installing any driver updates.