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RE: filmscanners: Which Buggy Software?



And then the other side. I have a matroxG400 which causes crashes on a
weekly basis. I have to de-install and re-install the driver and everything
is fine for a while.
David

 -----Original Message-----
From:   rafeb [mailto:rafeb@channel1.com] 
Sent:   Saturday, July 14, 2001 1:12 PM
To:     filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
Subject:        Re: filmscanners: Which Buggy Software?

At 02:30 PM 7/14/01 +0100, Tony Sleep wrote:

>On Fri, 13 Jul 2001 18:19:28 -0700  Pat Perez (patdperez@yahoo.com) wrote:
>
>>   the
>> most infamous being 3rd party manufacturer video drivers
>
>Yup! Absolutely (one reason why I conservatively stick to Matrox is that - 
>eventually anyhow - their drivers usually get to be well behaved).
>
>It may be useful if people suffering Nikonscan crashes could identify 
>their graphics cards and drivers. 


Maybe you're onto something here, Tony.  I use 
a Matrox G200 AGP board.  But strangely enough, 
its installation was rather messy (driver-wise) 
and it still crashes during one of the more 
obscure Wintune tests (though not on any apps 
that I normally run.)


rafe b.




 




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