Argus DC1730 When I try to upload pictures to Vista, I get: TransTWAIN MFC Application has stopped working. And: General failure in response to DAT_IMAGEMEMXFER.An operation error just occured. And: General failure in response to DAT_PENDINGXFER.DG DAT MSG is out of expected sequence.
And then after these error messages, whatever app that Im trying to upload to freezes.
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Use a card reader is the most easy way to solve this problem.
Win7 is a new OS, and may drivers for it are not so comprehensive.
What's more, use a card read is convenient and which can save the life of your camera
The TransTWAIN.exe seems to be a common tool for transferring files over a TWAIN interface. You may try transferring the pictures on a different computer and check if there is an error with the computer.
Are you looking for the file on your PC or you looking to download a new copy of the file? If its the first, for me its in C:\Program Files\MDSC2, if you're looking for a copy of the file I wish you luck o.o. I just reinstalled the drivers for my kids sakar camera from the manufacturers website and it included the transtwain driver in it....so I'd try that? :D
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I have a new Reflecta DigitDia 5000 slide scanner & during almost every scan this message comes up & it stops functioning "Pfs Loader MFC application has stopped working". I am using Windows 7 Premium. Any ideas?
If your computer is Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista you will not need a disk or its software for this function.
Simply plug the camera into a USB port. make sure the camera is on ans set to upload-and Windows will put up the Camera/Scanner Wizard
Simply direct the images to a suitable folder.