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Re: filmscanners: Scanning and memory limits in Windows
on 7/28/01 11:09 AM, Rob Geraghty at email@example.com wrote:
> "Steve Greenbank" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Further, in my experience of Win NT 4.0 the claimed reliability of desktop
>> PC's is a fallacy. At work I have used around a dozen PC's and all have
>> much less reliable than my home PCs on Win9x.
> Gah. I use NT 4.0 SP6a on my computer at work and it is *far* more stable
> than my home PC which runs Win98SE.
> Obscanning - I wonder how many of those using Windows with filmscanners are
> running NT or Win2K?
> PS I have upgraded my computer to a Celeron 850 and 512MB RAM from a Celeron
> 533 with 288MB RAM. Using Vuescan and PSP is definitely significantly
The question I would have to ask is whether it is the NT at work, ao the
cheap boxes your company buys. There are a lot of unstable boards out