I'm an IT geek who was asked by my chiropractor to fix his x-ray NX workstation. The problem was a dead power supply. That was an easy fix. I noticed that the system runs XP, so I decided to replace the hard drive with an SSD and attempt upgrading it to Windows 7 -- it took me about two days, but I got it up and running with NX working properly after a few head scratching tweaks.
I then brought the machine back to the chiropractor's office, connected the CR-X via Firewire and ALAS, Device Manager now shows AGFA&PMI without a driver... Any kind souls out there who could give me a hand with locating the appropriate driver, which will recognize the digitizer??? $50 for a working link via PayPal for your next dinner has your name on it! I have an image of the original HDD with XP on it as a fail-safe, but then I'll lose the freedom to move to a different machine when this old Dell clunker dies! I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. The sooner the better! I pray someone spots this and is able to lend a helping hand to this paralyzed veteran? My brain still functions relatively well while my legs are taking a break...LOL!RE: AGFA - CR 30-X