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This must be done using proper registry editing tools by users fully competant in altering the registry – if a mistake is made it may make the PC inoperable so you should know EXACTLY what you are doing and be confident in being able to restore the PC back to a working state. This file contains Azsetup. The diagnostics program in this case needs to be disabled in Windows and then the computer rebooted to remove the TSR which would still be loaded and operating, even though disabled in Windows. For example this error has has been known to occur after installing Adobe Photoshop and new network software, with the default printer driver being corrupted. For example the diagnostics driver provided with the HP LaserJet 5L printer takes control of the parallel port, which prevents access to the dongle. You will also need to find out from the supplier of the driver what alternative settings are valid. You may also have to reinstall the Geoplot Options files since these may have changed as a result of a faulty printer driver – either use backups of these, copy them from the Restorefiles folder if you have a CD, download them from this website or uninstall and then reinstall Geoplot.
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You can end each task in turn to see if the problem is resolved – but do not under any circumstances end the Explorer or Systray tasks. Vssvbx.vbx you encounter several messages reporting missing files when you first start Geoplot it is probable that you have installed Geoplot to a root directory – you must install Geoplot in a directory structure of one or more levels.
We believe at this stage that this applies more to NT4 than the other operating vsbbx.vbx. For example this error has has been known to occur after installing Adobe Photoshop and new network software, with the default printer driver being corrupted. This file contains Azsetup. If Geoplot now starts correctly, reinstalling the original printer driver and resetting this as the default should cure the problem completely. If you are not using Windows or XP and cannot start Geoplot successfully when using an Az-Tech LPT hardware lock then it is likely that a device driver or diagnostic has been loaded by Windows that is preventing access to the parallel port, and access to the dongle.
If you experience difficulties accessing the dongle please could you let us know vdvbx.vbx the problem and details of how you manage to resolve them or otherwise. You will need to be a System Administrater yourself or will need to contact your IT department in order to run program Azsetup.
BAT files to see if they are loading and running any drivers that may access the parallel port.
If it is not active you will need to reconfigure the hardware at bootup to activate a parallel port. Please check Regional settings as advised in the warning box under Running Geoplot in Installation, Chapter 2.
You should first of all try disabling suspect drivers from the Control Panel. If you find that there are earlier files installed in the Windows System directory you should replace these by the later files supplied with Geoplot.
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Back to top of page. Changes should not be undertaken by users who are unfamiliar with such steps. This must be done using proper registry editing tools by users fully competant in altering the registry – if a mistake is made it may make the PC inoperable so you should know EXACTLY what you are doing and be confident in being able to restore vsvbx.vbd PC back to a working state.
Also check that you have a valid printer installed, along with valid fonts. You will also need to find out from the supplier of the driver what alternative settings are valid.
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You should consult the documentation provided with csvbx.vbx driver you disable to determine the effect of disabling it or to determine what other driver settings can be made to resolve the problem. If this does not solve the problem then reboot and start Windows 95 in Safe Mode. A typical problem list is: Problems with Windows 3.
Problems with Windows 95, 98, ME and NT4 Drivers The first step is to see if other background programs are taking control of the parallel port. Only attempt to do this if you csvbx.vbx totally confident how to do this and can recover from a situation where the registry becomes corrupted. This will load only the bare minimum of essential drivers that Windows itself needs, and you should now be able to run Geoplot, though you will then probably be restricted vsvx.vbx a VGA display resolution.
Should this cure the problem then the next step is to try and identify where the problem driver is being loaded when you start Windows normally – any driver that could be accessing the parallel port.
For example the Windows 3. With just the desktop displayed and no other applications running, press Ctrl-Alt-Del to show a list of current tasks or programs running in the background.
These can be found in our Download section where you can download Azsetup.
Unfortunately these are usually older versions and not compatible with Geoplot. If you are installing Geoplot on a new computer ensure that the parallel port has been enabled – this is not always the case!
Try changing the default printer to another type you can vsvbx.vbc a new driver without physically having a the matching printer. How do I import non-standard data?
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Note however that a new dongle will not cure any device driver conflict problems or a faulty Windows installation, rather it may help with interfacing to new high speed parallel ports. If the advice given below fails to cure the problem, and you have a dongle with a number vsvbx.bvx than then we may need to issue a new dongle. These files would normally be found in the System directory of Windows.