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[filmscanners] Re: Scanning Software Quality



Howard,
    Since I'm doing the filmscanning on a Mac, I'm not familiar enough with
the Windows platform to give a solid answer.  On the Mac, there are some
utilities (such as Norton disk doctor which also runs on Windows) that can
check for system problems.  There also are some utilities that do system
software and hardware checks, but I don't know the corresponding ones for
Windows.  Also, occasionally running the latest system updater helps, but
not always.
    Perhaps someone running Windows can help here.
        Bob

On 6/2/03 3:56 PM, "HMSDOC@aol.com" <HMSDOC@aol.com> wrote:

> Thanks for the help on this.  My computer is running on Windows XP Home
> Edition with a P3 (I believe 1GHz) and 512 of RAM.  The 2 Firewire cards were
> just Plug 'n Play with no additional drivers installed.  How does one approach
> checking the software/hardware?

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