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To be honest I think the camera, although great in its day has given you good service, unless changing the batteries or gently pulling on the camera contacts to make them give better contact with the batteries works I think that it is what is known as 'beyond economic repair' I. Even. Time to buy a new camera. Sorry to be the bringer of bad news.
TWAIN_32 as your source. If your using Windows NT 4.0, you may need to upgrade your software to Photoshop 4.0. Earlier versions of Photoshop do not support Windows NT 4.0. Or you may need to upgrade your computer if it is slower than 100 MHz or if you have less than 32MB of RAM.
At 9600 bps, which is the default setting on the PhotoPC, it takes 55 seconds to download each image. If you increase the baud rate to 57600 bps, it takes 18 seconds to download a high resolution image. If you are using Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows NT, you can download the image faster at a maximum baud rate of 115.2 kbps.
If you see an error message or the software doesn't install correctly, you may not have software installation privileges. Contact your System Administrator. In Windows 2000, do not select Block under Control Panel > System > Hardware > Driver Signing, or your driver installation will not be completed. Select Ignore or Warn instead. In Windows 2000, if you see a "Digital Signature Not Found" screen, click Yes to continue with the installation. If you select No, your camera's USB installation won't be completed.