Add the following information (exactly as shown) immediately below the lines that contain [Default] and . VanguardLH, Jan 29, 2012 #12 Ken Blake, MVP Guest On Sat, 28 Jan 2012 21:52:22 -0500, "David H. Ask a Question Similar Threads CMD.EXE in Full Screen displays black text on black background, how do I change this? Select a category Sort by Default Summary New or Updated Description Date Updated Direction Ascending Descending Search Tips Find the answer to your question Search filters applied DEVCOM BlackWidow scanners with his comment is here
Thanks. -- Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP (Windows Desktop Experience) since 2003 Please Reply to the Newsgroup Ken Blake, MVP, Jan 29, 2012 #10 David H. He's using XP. > > I must have missed that entirely (and besides, this is an XP > newsgroup, so I should have known it). Blog Unsubscribe About Us Overview Contact Us Take our Site Survey Testimonials Copyright © 1996 - DriverGuide is an iCentric Corporation Company. Email *Required Your Feedback *Required Print Email this page Recipient Email *Required Your Email *Required Your Name *Required Notify Me User Name Password More Options >> © 2002-2017 Nuance Communications, Inc.
Discussion Thread Date Devcom (Black Widow) black widow 1248Pro Usb (Windows XP Professional) [USB] 1 reply Jan 6, 2009 Widowview 9636 USB 1 reply Jan 17, 2008 Devcom (Black Widow) 1248 Lipman" > >
That way, I boot WinXP it sees 2GB, I boot Win98SE it sees 512MB. ******* system.ini file in Win98 (edit with Notepad or equivalent) ( http://support.microsoft.com/kb/253912 ) [vcache] MaxFileCache=524288 <--- If One of the tricks is, you have to "hide" some of your system memory, or Win98 will roll over and croak. They're all options, able to be reanimated when the need might arise. It is a dead and buried OS.
Restore Order to Your Registry & Repair ActiveX Errors. I need something to scan documents and such. Forums As part of our FatWallet Community, you can share deals with almost a million shoppers in our forums. No specific solutions for you, I'm afraid, but some ideas/questions to muddy the waters. > Now I have a Win XP machine the scanner doesn't work when > connected to the
We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Not that that situation has ever come up for me, but I still have all my old install disks, and even a zipped-up copy of my last Win98 installation. Ask a Question Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Be especially wary of Excel files which may contain malicious content.
From WinXP recovery console, this would be things like fixmbr. this content This might not be needed if the reported RAM is limited to 512MB using the next two lines. [386enh] MaxPhysPage=40000 <--- (hexadecimal, means throw away anything above 1GB. Most converters are one way. How fast does it scan A4 in 300dpi in B&W (lineart) ?
I have no clue whether this is true, just trying to be helpful. how would i do this? To limit physical RAM to 512MB, change to 20000. http://pausesexe.com/black-widow/black-widow-9636-xp-drivers.html Or, maybe hit the pawn shops and see if you can find one that works and has XP drivers?
About Us | Blog | Site Map | Mobile | Contact Us | Careers | Privacy | User Agreement | D.M.C.A. If you install Win98 on a separate disk, you can unplug the WinXP disk during the install, so it doesn't get damaged. VanguardLH, Jan 28, 2012 #5 someone Guest I like the idea of a parallel to USB cable, and have found this one, which is bi-directional and a 25-pin female, which would
Once the installation is complete, do the following: Go to "Start", "Programs", "TextBridge Pro 9.0", "Setup", and then "Scanner Setup". I figured they did since the 60 does but it's possible the 25 didn't. If I read right, it comes with an ISA SCSI card and the problem is there are no NT/2K/XP drivers for that ISA SCSI card.... Click on the "Next" button.
Does any one know if the card is suppored in Linux? Thanks to all of you for your interesting thoughts on this problem, I will go away and consider what you said. Yes, you could install 98 on the xp machine and dual boot, but then you would have to reboot in order to use the scanner. http://pausesexe.com/black-widow/black-widow-9636-scanner-drivers.html Restore Order to Your Registry & Repair ActiveX Errors.
Sorry. -- Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP (Windows Desktop Experience) since 2003 Please Reply to the Newsgroup Ken Blake, MVP, Jan 29, 2012 #14 VanguardLH Guest Ken Blake, MVP wrote: > You can get a flatbed USB scanner for > >>>> cheap at eBay (e.g., http://tinyurl.com/6rfublu, used, warranty > >>>> optional) since a lot of sellers dump them there (used and new). DriverGuide Home Driver Updater Drivers By ManufacturerBy DeviceWindows 10 DriversWindows 8 DriversSearch WizardDownloads Forums Support OverviewWindows 10 DriversRequest DriverFCCID IdentifierGuides My DG Join Login DriverGuide Home Driver Updater Drivers Forums Support It is a dead and buried OS.
Please use the previous link instead. what about loading w98 just for the scanner (dual boot?)? Free Download >> PC Speed Up Detect and fix speed-reducing issues, so your PC can be as fast as new again. Do you think this > would be a viable alternative?
Windows 9X can still be installed and will still work. Lipman wrote: > From: "someone" > >> I have a 12-year-old Black Widow 9636 EPP scanner which >> connects to my Win 95 and my Win 98SE computers via a >> If you install Win98, it'll probably trash the boot of WinXP, in which case you'd need to use WinXP Recovery Console and do a fixmbr or the like. Last gasp of "look what I have" braggadocio by old-school SCSI snobs who thought nothing of paying hundreds and hundreds of dollars extra for a 10% edge in hard-drive speed.Actually wouldn't