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Dynamic link error when connecting USB device to Windows ME

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by krazeecrw, Nov 12, 2002.

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  1. krazeecrw

    krazeecrw Thread Starter

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    I have a Sony Vaio, PCGFX150, with operating system Me, Pentium III. I am trying to install a Delkin Device Reader-12. When this happens, I get a blue screen with the following message:

    VxD Dynamic link NTMAPHLP (02) 002 to 004F and 00D to 004F

    What can I do???
     
  2. NotRite²

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    NTMAPHLP is a Port driver for IEEE 1394 Firewire devices. You should be able to find a patch at Windows Update.

    I was not able to find much info concerning the driver you are in need of. Thats what you are needing. Windows ME is well known for its driver needs. There is a driver for ME for Reader 2 at the link listed below.




    http://www.delkin.com/
     
  3. krazeecrw

    krazeecrw Thread Starter

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    I have Windows ME. When I try to connect a Delkin Devices PicturePad to my USB port I get a blue screen with the following message:

    VxD Dynamic link NTMAPHLP (02) 002 to 004F and 00D to 004F


    The PicturePad does not need drivers for the system to recognize this. I have been trying to research this but can't find any reference to this code. I only have USB ports, no firewire or USB 2.0.

    Help please
     
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