Follow the steps below to scan to USB flash drive with Raven Scanner.
- Plug your USB flash drive into your Raven Scanner. (1st Gen Original and Plus USB port is located on right side of device, Pro USB port is located on left side of device, and the 2nd Gen Original is located on the back.)
- Select USB as your destination on the Raven Scanner.
- Load your documents into the feeder tray ensuring they are the correct orientation. (Side option depicts which direction documents will face.)
- Press SCAN to scan the documents you have loaded in the feeder tray.
- Wait until the document states that is has 'SENT SUCCESSFULLY' before clicking OK.
Note: Not waiting till the scan has Successfully sent to the USB Drive can cause corrupt or non-existent files.
- Click OK.
- After successfully scanning, there is no need to eject the device. Simply remove it from the scanner.
Notes on USB formatting requirements:
- Raven Scanners can support hard drives with up to 900 mA output.
- For Raven Pro Scanner your USB flash drive must be formatted with the MBR (Master Boot Record) Partition Scheme (FAT32 or ExFAT) in order to be compatible with our Raven Pro Scanner.
- Raven Scanners do not support USB flash drives formatted with GUID Partition Tables.
- You can format your flash drive on Windows by going to "This PC", right clicking on the USB Drive, choosing "Format...", select FAT32 in the "File System" dropdown, then click "Start".
- For Mac, the built-in macOS Disk Utility.app allows for formatting your flash drive; be sure to choose the MBR (Master Boot Record) Partition Scheme if prompted. Note that formatting a USB flash drive will erase any data currently on the USB flash drive, so be sure to back up any data before formatting.
- All special characters used in file naming will be converted to an underscore ( _ ) when transferred to the flash drive from the Raven Scanner.