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When I ran the installation process with the CD that came with the CL18 camera, I saw the message where it stated that it was updating DCOM95, and/or that it couldn't update DCOM95, it also stated that the installation failed, or something like that, and if that's what you are talking about, then I'll let you know that all I did was to click on "Allow change," or whatever the message shows, but that was in the Spybot software, so if you run or use Spybot, and have the Spybot-SD Resident icon in the system tray, then go ahead and click on "Allow change," or whatever the choice is, then click on the message you see from the CL18 installation disk and let the computer reboot with the CL18 installation disk still in the CD/DVD ROM drive. 
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If you can't import pictures, like using the Corel Photo House 5 software that came with my CL18 camera, then you need to make sure that the Corel Photo House 5 software isn't using your webcam driver for example and you need to choose the Twain Driver in Corel Photo House 5 software before importing pictures. 
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Read: http://www.agfa.com/en/co/support/scanners/index.jsp
manual, software or driver for your scanner or digital camera: http://static.agfa.com/digicam_scanner_drivers/

Drivers ePhoto CL 18 (USB) Windows (95 OSR2, 98, ME, 2000, XP): http://static.agfa.com/digicam_scanner_drivers/digital_camera/ephoto/cl18/index.html

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