>I have never encountered this error. Maybe Tom Goetzinger
can give you some insight after he reads this e-mail tonight.
>From: Juan Rivera [SMTP:email@example.com
January 26, 1999 11:44 AM
>To: Jeff Hintz
Accu-Touch Files for California
>From: VideoViper <VideoViper@email.msn.com
>Date: Monday, January
25, 1999 8:05 AM
>Subject: Fw: Accu-Touch Files for
>>From: Jeff Hintz <firstname.lastname@example.org
Juan Rivera (E-mail) <email@example.com
Friday, January 22, 1999 12:42 PM
>>Subject: Accu-Touch Files for
>>Here is the first set of executable files for the
Accu-Touch for California.
>>Copy Ballot Station.exe and Hand.bmp into
the folder Program Files\IMark
>>Systems\EBS and the dll files into
>>This version of Voter Card.dll is not the
most up to date, (it does not lock
>>all cards). Tom Goetzinger
does'nt think that Tom Click gave him the newest
>>version when he sent
him all the source code.
>>I will put up on the ftp site a
zip file called AV-Piedmont-1.zip with the
>>database and style
>>You can then start testing and see what you can
break. I have already found
>>that the reporting feature is not
working, but write down any things that
>>you see and report them to firstname.lastname@example.org
>I followed your
instructions and rebooted system. When I started ballot station the
following error messages were displayed.
>The voter card.dll file is linked to missing
>Note: The above file
(MFC42.dll) is found in the windows/systems folder
next error was...
>A device attached to the system is not
>Have you seen these error? Any suggestions?