Aw: Re: Acquiring Dental RVG on Linux
> Another idea: get an entirely fresh machine (laptop/VM) that never knew
> anything of your clinic/sensor before. A Windows machine, that is.
> Install a freshly downloaded version (say, a trial version) of your
> imaging software (or of another software documented to support your
> sensor). Plug in the sensor and monitor the USB flow.
> Since on that "machine" you never entered any license key material
> you might be able to obtain untainted traces.
Or, since the sensor offers a TWAIN driver, you might try to install that
and access the sensor using any old TWAIN compatible scanning software.
You may not get X-Rays but you may get useful USB startup traces.