Re: VID_04E6 PID_80000040

Re: VID_04E6 PID_80000040

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Posted by ozcan on January 16, 2002 at 16:09:56:

In Reply to: Re: VID_04E6 PID_80000040 posted by jefferson on January 08, 2002 at 16:29:39:

: : : Did you ever get a solution to this problem?

: : : I have exactly the same issue with a UMAX 1220P

: : : Cheers,

: : : Mike

: : : : I have an HP scanner. I recently moved (didn't change anything on my computer; I'm a computer idiot so I don't change things.

: : : : Now when I boot up, it tells me (Windows2000) that I have new hardware (?) and it shows this message VID_04E6 PID_80000040 and wants me to install the new hardware.

: : : : My biggest problem is, I don't know what hardware (Windows doesn't find it) the VID file goes with. It shows this error every time on startup.

: : : : Can anyone help me?

: : : : Nina

: : All,

: : I have the same problem relating to an external HP CD burner with a different file. VID_04E6_80000020. I tried changing the LPT port from LPT1 to LPT2 but the install scenario started all over again on LPT2. I' still looking for the 80000020 driver.
: : Nina,
: : You can keep this from happening evety time you start Win2K by choosing the disable option during the Hardware Wizard install process.

: : Thanks,

: : Russell

: hello i have the same problem ihave windows xp pro
: can you help me about this

: jefferson

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