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RE: filmscanners: Nikon Scan 3.1.1 ?
My impression was it was not the drivers that were the problem (maybe I
mean not not ONLY the drivers), but memory management.
For the record I use Nikonscan 3.1 on my LS2000 with single processor
Pentium III 500MHz 768MB RAM Windows 98 non-SE, and it crashes
regularly. It is the only programme that crashes my system reliably these
There was a thread a while ago about WIn98 non-SE having problems with more
than 512MB RAM with Nikonscan, bit I think I had the same number of crashes
with less than 500MB before I upgraded. I am not sure about this so maybe
I should try it again. Does anyone know how to set up the computer to use
only 512 RAM from the desktop rather than removing it physically?
At 03:46 11/10/01, you wrote:
>Er, I tested it on 10 different machines and it has never crashed.
>Crashing is usually to poor drivers written by board manufactureres for
>the USB ports, the same goes for FireWire.
>[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Julian Robinson
>Sent: 10 October 2001 02:31
>Subject: RE: filmscanners: Nikon Scan 3.1.1 ?
> >A new version is being beta tested by agents.
>Are you suggesting the earlier versions were actually tested? In the
>If you think I am being too hard, this is slightly tongue in cheek, but
>was inexcusable to unleash existing versions of Nikonscan 3 when it so
>reliably crashes such a high percentage of computers.