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Menacing Video Display - ! D Image Scann

By okippiko ·
The system that displays this problem is a Pentium III 500mhz with 128 mb ram. This system does not have a scanner.
How can I stop this message from displaying on the screen? "! D Image Scanned Specific file can not be found". Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.

Len Piko - piko0@ibm.net

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by bennettpb In reply to Menacing Video Display - ...

Check your scan (or refresh) rate on your diplay properties (also in BIOS). Also, make sure that you have the latest ROM flash and also make a bootable diskette and scan for viruses.

Also, is this Win 95, 98, NT?

Good luck!

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by jokeman In reply to Menacing Video Display - ...

if this error comes up after or during bootup.. i would start by checking autoexec.bat, config.sys.. also do msconfig and get rid of unwanted programs loading during the startup porcess... next checl system.ini win.ini after that i would loweer the hardware acceleration down to 1 notch, reboot and see how everything goes......

good luck

jeff g

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by aplustoz In reply to Menacing Video Display - ...

Don't know much about your software, or when this is occurring. Depending on utilities that you are using, they may vary in nomenclature from other utilities, but Norton System Doctor does a drive image on bootup with certain settings. Are you running a utility that would do imaging, then for some reason try to scan that image? I seriously doubt that it is looking for a physical scanner in your system.

If it is a utility that is causing it, open the main part of that utility and disablethat function.

Can you tell us more about the system and utilities you might be running?

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by jnelson2 In reply to Menacing Video Display - ...

Sounds like a possible problem with the monitor/Video card software. If you have any installed try re-installing it or using an updated version of your software. To test it switch your video from current to the MS generic display driver.

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