I am having a problem with a computer that installs the software for a scanner that was running fine on this same computer. When the use was trying to scan an image he kept getting an illegal operation. I unistalled the scanner and tried reinstalling it. When I reinstall the software it accepts it but when I try to use the software to start a scan but when I click on the icon from the desktop it does nothing. According to the user he had a "system low on resources message that poped up on him. He has plenty of available memory so I'm not sure if that is the issue. I'm not sure where to start with this problem. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling a couple times but still nothing.
Basic computer tune-up with little or no hardware upgrades.
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The 5 R's
4. Remote admin
5. Run away
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