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Re: PhotoMAX software CD?
# Try inserting a different CD to make sure your CD-ROM drive is working. If the CD-ROM drive cannot read any CD, contact your computer manufacturer -- it's possible that your CD-ROM drive is not working properly.
# Make sure the PhotoMAX CD is clean, with no fingerprints, dirt, or smudges. If necessary, you can clean the CD with a lint-free cloth and warm water. Dry with a hairdryer on the cool setting. Make sure the CD-ROM is completely dry before attempting to load it again.
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When you attempt to install the PhotoMAX software from your CD-ROM drive, you may receive the following error message:
"ISSET_SE caused a general protection fault in module (FILENAME) at (ADDRESS) where (FILENAME) is the name of the program file you are trying to run, and (ADDRESS) is the memory address at which the error occurs."
This is an error that can occur with Windows 95 and 98 under certain conditions -- it does not indicate an error with the PhotoMAX software.
This (error message) can occur if any of the following conditions exists:
* Norton AntiVirus version 4.04 is installed and Norton AutoProtect is enabled.
* You use LiveUpdate for Norton AntiVirus to download an updated version of Norton AntiVirus.
* Microsoft IntelliPoint software is installed on your computer, and the Point32 program is currently running.
* Microsoft IntelliMouse or Microsoft IntelliMouse Trackball software is installed on your computer, and the Mswheel program is currently running.
A new camera TWAIN driver (version 0.1) compatible with Windows 2000 is now available for download. The new TWAIN driver will allow photo transfer using most image viewing or editing programs that are TWAIN compatible.
NOTE: In order for the version 0.1 driver to work correctly, the PhotoMAX software must also be compatible with Windows 2000.
The PhotoMAX SE software originally included with the Fun! Flash 640 is not compatible with Windows 2000.
If you use your camera and computer with the original PhotoMAX SE software, contact the Polaroid Parts Department for more information about purchasing a PhotoMAX software upgrade.
No TWAIN driver is available for use with Windows NT4.
Yes, you can use the camera with Windows XP, but you will no longer be able to use a USB port to download your photos. Only serial port downloads are supported under Windows XP for the PDC 1100 camera.
Follow the instructions below to reinstall the PhotoMAX software and camera drivers using Windows XP's Program Compatibility Wizard.
1. Insert the PhotoMAX CD-ROM in the CD drive. If the program begins installing, press OK to close the "not compatible with Windows NT" error message.
2. Start the Wizard by clicking the Start button and choosing All Programs > Accessories > Program Compatibility Wizard. Follow the on-screen prompts.
3. On the second screen, select I want to use the program in the CD-ROM Drive and click Next.
4. Select Microsoft Windows 98/Windows Me and click Next. NOTE: You may have to scroll down to see this option.
5. Uncheck the following items:
* 256 colors
* 640 X 480 Screen Resolution
* Disable Visual Themes
6. Click Next.
7. Click Next again. The PhotoMAX software will begin installing. Follow the on-screen prompts.
8. Follow on-screen prompts to finish the installation and click Finish.
9. When the Compatibility Wizard asks if the program worked correctly select Yes and click Next.
10. When the program asks if you want to send information to Microsoft, select No and click Next to finish the installation.
11. Shut down and restart the computer. After the restart, you should be able to download photos using Windows XP.
Photos downloaded from a Polaroid digital camera are automatically stored within special PhotoMAX folders on your computer's C: drive. The exact location depends upon your camera model.
Click Here to find where PhotoMAX stores photos on your computer.
NOTE: PhotoMAX automatically saves photos in the JPEG compressed format and names them according to when they were downloaded to your computer.