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Could not start setup ir2318 software


Just wild guess: arey ou using a compatible operating system with the driver of your printer?

Apr 24, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to do Fast and unattended Setup of OS in multiple machines


<span> <p><span>Here I have an Idea for primary setup of a large lab quickly. Suppose you have to setup a lab where have more than twenty or thirty system but must setup it quickly. At that time if you don't have enough CD Rom drive or not enough OS installer CD then the task will take a long time. To save time at the same moment I like to prepare an unattendent operating system installation. Before this task I must check for presence of some requirement.</SPAN><br> <p><span> </SPAN><br> <p><span>Verify for unattended Installation:</SPAN><br> <p><span><span> </SPAN>To perform an unattended installation from a CD-ROM, the following conditions must be met:</SPAN><br> <p><span>The computer must support booting from a CD Rom<span> </SPAN>The unattended answer file must be renamed to Winnt.sif and copied to a floppy disk so Setup can access it. So must need a floppy disk drive.</SPAN><br> <p><span>The answer file must contain a valid [Data] section. This is explained later in this article.</SPAN><br> <p><span> </SPAN><br> <p><span>Before installation it has some conditions:</SPAN><br> <p><span><span> </SPAN>1&gt; the installation is limited to a single partition.</SPAN><br> <p><span><span> </SPAN>2&gt; you cannot specify third-party drivers during Setup </SPAN><br> <p><span> </SPAN><br> <p><span>Prepare For an Unattended Installation:</SPAN><br> <p><span><span> </SPAN>To prepare your computer for an unattended installation from a CD-ROM, I've followed these steps</SPAN><br> <p><span>First I've created a Folder in local drive & shared it. Then I create setup manager.</SPAN><br> <p><span>I install Setup Manager by following these steps:</SPAN><br> <p><span>I Open My Computer, and then open the Support\Tools folder on the Windows XP CD-ROM.</SPAN><br> <p><span>Double-click the DEPLOY.CAB file to open it </SPAN><br> <p><span>On the Edit menu, click Select All.</SPAN><br> <p><span>On the Edit menu, click Copy to Folder.</SPAN><br> <p><span>Click Make New Folder. Type the name that you want for the Setup Manager folder, and then press ENTER. For example, type setup manager, and then press ENTER.</SPAN><br> <p><span>Click Copy.</SPAN><br> <p><span>Open the new folder that you created, and then double-click the setupmgr.exe file. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard starts.</SPAN><br> <p><span></SPAN> <br> <p><span></SPAN></SPAN> <br> <img src="alokerdas_9.jpg"> <br> <p><span>Then I Use Setup Manager to Create an Answer File.</SPAN><br> <p><span>I open the setup manager & go to create a new answer file.</SPAN><br> <p><span>Then I go to the unattended installation & windows version option.</SPAN><br> <p><span>I have selected the fully automated option & create an answer file.</SPAN><br> <br> <br> <img src="alokerdas_10.jpg"> <br> <p><span>If you want Windows Setup to delete all partitions on the hard disk and to create a new partition, you must include the Repartition command in the Winnt.sif file. Under [Unattended], insert a new line, and then type "Repartition=Yes"</SPAN><br> <p><span>If you omit this line, you are prompted for the installation partition.</SPAN><br> <p><span> </SPAN><br> <p><span>Add a [Data] section with the following entries to the unattended answer file:</SPAN><br> <p><span>Unattended Install=Yes - Value must be set to "yes"</SPAN><br> <p><span>MSDos Initiated=No - Value must be set to "no" or Setup stops during the graphical portion of Setup<span> </SPAN></SPAN><br> <p><span>Auto Partition=1 - If the value is set to 1, the installation partition is automatically selected. If the value is set to 0 (zero) you are prompted for the installation partition during the text portion of Setup.</SPAN><br> <p><span>Save the unattended answer file as Winnt.sif on a floppy disk.</SPAN><br> <p><span>Insert the Windows CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, and then insert the floppy disk into the floppy disk drive.</SPAN><br> <p><span>Change the boot order in the CMOS so that the CD-ROM is first in the list.</SPAN><br> <p><span>Restart your computer. When Setup is started from the CD-ROM, the Winnt.sif file located on the floppy disk will be used to complete the unattended installation.</SPAN><br> <p><span> </SPAN><br> <p><span>This is an easy process to save time & effort.</SPAN>

on Feb 15, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to do Fast and unattended setup of OS


Here I have an Idea for primary setup of a large lab quickly. Suppose you have to setup a lab where have more than twenty or thirty system but must setup it quickly. At that time if you don't have enough CD Rom drive or not enough OS installer CD then the task will take a long time. To save time at the same moment I like to prepare an unattendent operating system installation. Before this task I must check for presence of some requirement. Verify for unattended Installation: To perform an unattended installation from a CD-ROM, the following conditions must be met:The computer must support booting from a CD Rom The unattended answer file must be renamed to Winnt.sif and copied to a floppy disk so Setup can access it. So must need a floppy disk drive.The answer file must contain a valid [Data] section. This is explained later in this article. Before installation it has some conditions:

1> the installation is limited to a single partition.

2> you cannot specify third-party drivers during Setup Prepare For an Unattended Installation:

To prepare your computer for an unattended installation from a CD-ROM, I've followed these stepsFirst I've created a Folder in local drive & shared it. Then I create setup manager.I install Setup Manager by following these steps:I Open My Computer, and then open the SupportTools folder on the Windows XP CD-ROM.Double-click the DEPLOY.CAB file to open it On the Edit menu, click Select All.On the Edit menu, click Copy to Folder.Click Make New Folder. Type the name that you want for the Setup Manager folder, and then press ENTER. For example, type setup manager, and then press ENTER.Click Copy. Open the new folder that you created, and then double-click the setupmgr.exe file. The Windows

Setup Manager Wizard starts: alokerdas_2.jpg

Then I Use Setup Manager to Create an Answer File.
I open the setup manager & go to create a new answer file.
Then I go to the unattended installation & windows version option.
I have selected the fully automated option & create an answer file.


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If you want Windows Setup to delete all partitions on the hard disk and to create a new partition, you must include the Repartition command in the Winnt.sif file. Under [Unattended], insert a new line, and then type "Repartition=Yes"
If you omit this line, you are prompted for the installation partition.

Add a [Data] section with the following entries to the unattended answer file:
Unattended Install=Yes - Value must be set to "yes"
MSDos Initiated=No - Value must be set to "no" or Setup stops during the graphical portion of Setup

Auto Partition=1 - If the value is set to 1, the installation partition is automatically selected. If the value is set to 0 (zero) you are prompted for the installation partition during the text portion of Setup.
Save the unattended answer file as Winnt.sif on a floppy disk.
Insert the Windows CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, and then insert the floppy disk into the floppy disk drive.
Change the boot order in the CMOS so that the CD-ROM is first in the list.
Restart your computer. When Setup is started from the CD-ROM, the Winnt.sif file located on the floppy disk will be used to complete the unattended installation.

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on Feb 15, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I want to install CD for printer in my laptop. and its shows me -could not start setup under the current environment. Check the start conditions of setup...so im unable to set up cd


In most cases the printer driver software can have errors while being in use or is shut down. So to reset remove your printer from the PC and uninstall the printer software. Now reinstall the printer software and then connect the Printer ONLY WHEN PROMPTED, to be detected as a new hardware as it will be installed. Now check the printer properties to see the ink levels.
Activate head cleaning before a test is taken.

Sep 17, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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My printer does not appear in my computer


Hi

May you remove or uninstall by mistake that's way is not showing now don't install again to follow the mention below instruction.


1) Plug on you USB cable to PC and power on the printer.
2) Put the Lexmark printer software installation CD in you computer CD-Rom.
3) Open the CD-Rom, and duble click the setup exe.
4) The setup will take few minute to install the driver.
5) After installing the driver reboot your computer. and start to printing

Cheer






Aug 03, 2011 | Lexmark X4650 InkJet Printer

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Im missing the driver for the cd rom


Hey all you need to uninstall the corrpected driver or the driver that is curently instlled and then restart the computer, it will automactically install the driver

Oct 12, 2009 | Compaq Presario 2100 and 2500 ,NX 9000...

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Downloaded drver for my printer. the add new printer wizard can't


Hi ...

If you have the driver CD that you recieved with your printer, follow the below steps to install the saftware:

  1. Turn on your computer.

  2. On your computer quit any open applications, including virus checkers.

  3. Insert the MultiPASS MP730/700 Setup CD-ROM into your CD drive. The [MP Setup] splash screen will appear automatically.

    1. If MP Setup does not start automatically, on the Windows desktop, double-click My Computer (on Windows XP, click Start then click My Computer).

    2. Double-click the CD-ROM icon. If MP Setup does not start, double-click 'Setup.exe' (on Windows XP, 'Setup').

  4. In the MP Setup splash screen, click 'Install MP Drivers'.

    Note: For Windows 2000 users, if Service Pack 1 or later is not installed, MP Setup will display a message and installation will be aborted.

  5. Follow the on-screen instructions, clicking the appropriate button to move from one screen to the next.

  6. MP Setup will install some system files and may prompt you to restart your computer. If you are not prompted to restart, click 'Finish' in the MP Drivers Setup window and then proceed to step 7.

    1. If you are prompted, make sure radio button 'Yes, I want to restart my computer now.' is selected in the MP Drivers Setup window and then click 'Finish'. DO NOT remove the CD-ROM at this stage. MP Setup splash screen will open after Windows has restarted.

    2. If you had to restart your computer and the MP Setup screen is not displayed or you closed it, on the Windows desktop, double-click My Computer (on Windows XP, click Start then click My Computer).

    3. Double-click the CD-ROM icon. If MP Setup does not start, double-click 'Setup.exe' (on Windows XP, 'Setup').

  7. In the MP Setup splash screen, click 'Install MP Toolbox.'

  8. Follow the on-screen instructions, clicking the appropriate button to move from one screen to the next.

  9. At the MP Toolbox Setup dialog box, click 'Finish'.

  10. Confirm the MultiPASS is turned on.

  11. Connect the USB cable to the MP730 and computer USB ports. Windows will detect the printer and proceed to install the driver files.

  12. Your MultiPASS includes additional software applications that you can install now or at a later date. To install the software, click 'Install Utility Software' and then proceed through each installation.
You can also download the drivers by visiting the below link and selecting your operating system.

http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=238&modelid=9035#DownloadDetailAct

Don't forget to vote if this helps ... Cheers :)

Jul 17, 2009 | Canon MultiPASS MP730 All-In-One InkJet...

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Canon MP500 all in one printer is not compatible with Windows Vista. Is there a solution for this problem, or do I need to buy a different printer?


My Canon PIXMA MP500, purchased in mid-2006, came with the (then) ScanSoft OmniPage SE2 software on a CD. The PC had WinXP Installed. I had no use for the ScanSoft it so I made no effort to install it.
Fast Forward:
Two PC crashes later, July 2009. Using Win Vista Home Premium
LOST, important WinWord document file, only a hard copy available.
I tried to recover, scanning the "Xerox" copy. The SE Version of OmniPage was very complicated but I succeeded in producing a replacement *.doc file.

It appears that newer editions of WinVista contain the right printer drivers for this Canon Model.

Apr 26, 2009 | Canon Pixma MP500 All-In-One InkJet...

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Trying to help my sister to install her ginius webcam, but it is not working. She installed the software driver but can't get cam to work. Anyone out there with same problem that could give us a hint will...


1. Please install the driver first and then connect VideoCAM Trek to the USB port.

2. Installing the VideoCAM Trek driver
Windows Environment
a. Insert the VideoCAM Trek Installation CD into the CD-ROM drive.
b. The Autorun screen will bring up the installation screen. Click on
Driver” then simply follow the on-screen instructions.
c. Install DirectX from the CD.
Notice: If the Autorun screen doesn’t start, please follow these
steps:
�� Click on “Start Menu”
�� Type D��\SETUP.EXE , then click Enter key.
(Assume your CD-ROM is in Drive D)
Mac Environment
a. Insert the VideoCAM Trek Installation CD into the CD-ROM
drive.
b. Double click on the CD-ROM driveglish
c. Click on the file folder of “VideoCAm Trek Driver OSX 1.0
d. Click on “VideoCAM Trek Driver Install” then simply
follow the on-screen instructions.

3. Insert the VideoCAM Trek’s USB cable to your desktop’s or
laptop’s USB port.

4. Complete software and hardware installation. You can
install the software you would like to use for video
conferencing or chat with your friends.

Hope this helps! Let me know how you make out with it!

Apr 04, 2009 | Genius VideoCAM Trek Webcam

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Canoscan Setup Utility CD-ROM missing


Go to there web site and download the drivers.
http://www.driversupdated.com/exact/canon.php?kw=CanoScan+
This will take you there should fix your problem let me know.
good luck

Mar 15, 2009 | Canon CanoScan FB636U Flatbed Scanner

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