Question about Computers & Internet
Frozen **** are always a problem! hehe! It's possible that your new computer has a more sophisticated AntiVirus program on it, and it thinks your OCR software carries a Trojan Horse type of worm. If your Omnipage is a genuine disc, and the same disc that you used before, i'd suggest you disable your antivirus while installing the program. With Norton antivirus, you'd double-click the yellow circle/button in the system tray and then disable. Since you haven't mentioned which antivirus you have, i'll leave it to you to work that part out, eh? =-]
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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