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New control for scanning

Posted on 2003-10-25
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Dear Experts,

I usualy use he Kodak scan control in visual basic 6. and it run normaly on Win 2000.

but now I hve to use win XP. and this control can not be used on it.

is there a way to convert it or to subtitute it by another control.

and if not does Vb.net solve the problem.

Thanks in advance.
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by:flanque
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Hello,

Have you tried contacting Kodak about it? I would imagine they would have a Windows XP version of the control. I do not know if there is a substitute, however VB.Net is highly unlikely to solve the problem.

Your best bet is to contact Kodak, or try and steal it from one of their Windows XP applications.
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by:LeDaouk
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As I knew that there is some problems between microsoft and Kodak, so they did not register the kodak controls in XP
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