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[filmscanners] Re:Polaroid sprintscan 4000 problems

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  • Subject: [filmscanners] Re:Polaroid sprintscan 4000 problems
  • From: "brian boggenpoel" <brianboggenpoel@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 08 Jun 2002 21:43:35 +0000
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I am using windows 98, firmware 1.4, which I downloaded about 3 weeks ago,
pointing the temp files to a second hard drive with many Gb of space. I am
using a stand alone version.

Insight 5.5 would not start at all.

I have been struggling with this for some time, and on the suspicion that
there might be some conflicting software I have just reformatted the c:
drive, (after getting very marginal improvements with lesser steps) and
currently only have AOL and insight loaded on the machine.
Unfortunately it is still very unstable.

I will now try a completely clean install of Insight 5.5

Many thanks,

Brian Boggenpoel.

On      Fri, 07 Jun 2002 03:28:33 -0700
Arthur Entlich <artistic-1@shaw.ca>   Wrote:

>I don't know the exact cause of your problem, and you didn't mention the
>platform you are using.
>Although your crashing is probably not caused by this, I would suggest
>you remove Insight 5.0 and upgrade to version 5.5, which has a few extra
>features (it is available on Polaroid's website).  Also make sure you
>are upgraded to the latest firmware version.
>Then make sure that you are pointing the temp files to a location on
>your drive with lots of space.
>I suspect this will fix things.  If not, please provide us with some
>additional info (like platform, where the files are being written to, if
>you are using the Photoshop TWAIN interface or the stand alone version,
>>brian boggenpoel wrote:
>>Can anyone advise, or point me in the right direction regarding a problem
>>with a Polaroid sprintscan 4000.  I have plenty of RAM, and diskspace, but
>>the software (Insight ver 5.0) is very unstable, and usually crashes every
>>second scan.
>>Many thanks,
> >Brian Boggenpoel.

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