Info ImageReader ISA Model FB613 Datasource Causes GPFs in Kodak Imaging

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Using Kodak Imaging software (a component of Windows) to acquire images results in General Protection Fault (Fatal Exception 0D) errors.


This behavior can be caused by an Info Peripherals ImageReader ISA 16-bit or 32-bit adapter for attaching image acquisition devices and the InfoCenter Lite 1.0-613-B version 1.0 software.


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The Info Peripherals ImageReader ISA cards are proprietary adapters for attaching image acquisition devices, such as scanners.

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Article ID: 261887 - Last Review: October 25, 2013 - Revision: 1.0
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