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I continue to get a pop up notice saying "get process flags could not be located in Dynamic Link Library". It tells me it comes from the BM Update.exe.
I have WIN 2000
I hope someone can explain what this and if its necessary to try and put this back in the DLL Library.

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Thank you so much Bob. I deleted the BMUpdate as Visioneer gave the instructions to do and it worked. I am happy to get rid of that pop up message.

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