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Old 11-02-2007, 02:51 AM
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trouble Re-installing Scanner software


Hi Guys. I accidently deleted Epson scanner software. On re-installation I get the attached dialogue boxes which prevent re-installation. I have used the same software previously with no probs. As I need to scan a document I would appreciate some help. Ta



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What Operating System sre you using? If it's XP it has a built in scanning function.
Windows XP: Use your computer to print, scan, and fax

The errors look like some files have been corrupted.
I would recommend following these steps for the second error.
Error message when you install or start an MS-DOS or 16-bit Windows-based program

Next I would run Scandisk to check the hard drive for errors.
Check for Disk Errors in Windows XP

Last, I would reinstall Norton anti virus or security program. (first error image)



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