This self-extracting file contains the EPSON Twain Pro Network driver v2.00A for the Expression 1680. This installer will place a folder on the Desktop labeled "epson10345". To install, open the folder and double click on the installer icon.
Expression 1680 » Expression 1680 Twain Pro Network - This self-extracting file contains the Expression 1680 Twain Pro v2.00A for Windows for Windows 95 / 98 / Me / 2000 / NT 4.0 SP4 or later. All files will be extracted to the following location: (C:\EPSON\EP1680TPNET20A).
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