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Topic: Scanning problems: DS DAT MSG is out of expected sequence.
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 127608
From: Guendalina_rossi
Date: 2/11/2005 08:12 PM

Dear users,

every time I try to create a new document over the scanner, I get the following error message:

General failure in response to DAT_PENDINGXFER. DG DAT MSG is out of expected sequence.

Clicking "OK" to that gives me the following...

General failure in response to MSG_DISABLEDS. DS DAT MSG is out of expected sequence.

There is an entry by a user experiencing the same problem in 2003, unfortunately this person asked for a reply via e-mail, which does not really helps knowledge sharing ......

Please help!


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