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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Jeenil, Apr 28, 2005.

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  1. Jeenil

    Jeenil Thread Starter

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    Have Windows 98SE
    Attempting to download a driver from cd. Unsuccessful.
    When following install a screen says I must have OKB on my hard drive.
    I haven't a clue what to do.
     
  2. Kitch

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    What is the driver you are trying to install?
     
  3. Jeenil

    Jeenil Thread Starter

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    TravelScan 464
     
  4. JohnWill

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    I believe it's telling you that you have no space left on your hard disk. Look in My Computer and check the Properties of the hard disk. You should see a pie chart and a space remaining figure.
     
  5. Kitch

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    Oh boy :rolleyes: OKB...............0kb.....why didn't I see that.
     
  6. john1

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    Time out ....
    I gotta have a cup of coffee now.
    :) :) :)
     
  7. Jeenil

    Jeenil Thread Starter

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    Jeenil here.

    Thanks.

    I checked the hard drive and it shows 77% available.
     
  8. Kitch

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    Just a long shot, empty your Windows\Temp folder & try the install again.
     
  9. Jeenil

    Jeenil Thread Starter

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    Thanks Kitch.

    I took it to a tech today and after getting around a few things he says the problem is a DLL load failure and I need to contact the company techs to find out if it is one DLL or all of them and which ones they are.
    So there it is.
    I am finished with it until I here back from them.
    By the way, I've been trying to download the driver for a Syscan Travelscan
    464. My PC/Windows XP took it without a hitch but the Laptop 98SE (the one I need it for most) is another story.
    Thanks to everyone for your assistance.
    By the way. I am going to keep checking in to see if anyone comes up with the OKB.

    Jeenil
     
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