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Intermec 761B - ITCScan dll issue

I keep getting the following error 'Make sure the ITCScan.dll is in the windows directory'.

I have checked the windows directory and the ITCScan.dll is present. I have tried replacing the dll, deleting it & then re-installing with no success.

I was just wondering if you have ever come across this issue before and know how to resolve it.

Thanking you in advance
Peter Quinn.

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Copy and paste the ITScan.dll file to as follows
c:windows/
and
c:windows/system/
and
c:windows/system32/

Please rate SOLVED if you like my solution.

Best regards,

Philip

Posted on Nov 05, 2007

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