I’ve been trying to connect my S1500M to a shiny, new Mac mini “Pro” (with eGPU & 35" BenQ monitor — I’m loving it). I tried following MacSparky’s link to the new 64 bit drivers, and telling the installer that it was a i1500 and a i500 in turn. It didn’t work.
So, I downloaded 3.2 L80 for the S1500M, then updated it to 3.2 L91. It seems to be working so far, including the OCR (new machine always on Mojave with SSDs only). I haven’t gotten the 32 bit warning yet, although I expect to see it soon. I guess I won’t be updating from Mojave for awhile.
Fujitsu’s attitude puzzles me. I own 3 Fujitsu scanners. For several years, I have thought about their scanners like I do computers and Macs. But, if I have to replace multiple scanners in the future because of a lack of drivers, they will go from my “good list” to my “don’t-do-business-with list.” Wouldn’t it be a lot cheaper — and better marketing — to take a little of that marketing budget and pay someone to write a driver? Reading through the comments above, I can tell that many of us feel that they are burning their best customers.