Slower dbf access when more than 1 workstation is opened.
Units were recently upgraded from Window 98 to WIndows XP Home edition. No problem was encountered when Windows 98 was the O/S used. A module that shows a pop-up window with records taken from a certain database file suddenly encounters a slow-down in accessing. Now, it takes about 4 seconds to display the pop-up window.
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I don't have the answer but I have the same problem. Our sensor works on our one remaining XP workstation. However we recently installed new workstations and upgraded to Windows 7. It is recognized by the new Windows 7 workstation, and the workstation installs the driver, but the unit fails to initiate a capture status. Carestream support installed the driver and tested the sensor in all the USB ports and with a powered hub. No luck, their determination is a "bad sensor" but they can't explain why it works on our XP workstation.
No, there is not a free upgrade, only paid. Probably won't work with windows 7, it is only intended for Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition , Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional , Microsoft Windows XP , Microsoft Windows NT Workstation , Microsoft Windows 95 , Microsoft Windows 98.
that program it doesnt work with windows 7 only with
Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows NT Server, Microsoft Windows NT Workstation, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Professional
It Seems Some System Files are Corrupted or Deleted By Antivirus Application in the Process of Removing Virus from your System ....
Method 1: -------------- 1. Put your Windows XP CD in your CD-Drive 2. Open RUN Dialogue Box From Start Menu 3. Type "SFC /SCANNOW" -- Copy and Paste the Command exactly With out Quotes 4. Wait Until It Completes everything... 5.Restart and Check your Problem ....
Method 2: --------------- 1.Login to your Windows XP 2. Put your Windows XP Home CD in your CD-Drive 3. Click Install Windows XP From Autorun Window.Start Windows XP Autorun Screen if its not opened, by Clicking on the Windows XP CD Drive icon under your My Computer ... 4.Select Same Drive as your Windows XP Now Installed then Select Upgrade Method to Install... 5.Complete Installation and Restart your System ...
Note: in Upgrade You'll never lost your Installed Programs and Files ...
Contact any retail computer-store, or shop on eBay or AMAZON.
They can still sell you a "Windows XP Upgrade" kit,
to allow upgrades from Windows 98 (assuming that you still have your Windows 98 CD-ROM) to XP.
You can upgrade from your current edition of Microsoft Windows XP or
Windows 2000 to a corresponding or better edition of Windows Vista by
purchasing and installing an upgrade copy of Windows Vista. While selecting the edition of Windows Vista that's right for you, it's
important to clearly understand what hardware your PC will need to
ensure the features you want will run reliably.