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NUVTwain.dll is missing


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Millie123

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I recently launched Photoshop CS and received an error message that the NUVTwain.dll was missing and that reinstalling the software might resolve the problem. I did, and it didn't. However, once I manage to get rid of the message I seem to be able to use Photoshop as normal.

Then I reinstalled my scanner software and drivers and received the same error message. When I try to scan, the message pops up again. And again when I get rid of the message I can scan a document into Photoshop.

Can anyone tell me why I lost this dll, what it does and how I can reinstall it? :)

Thanks
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starjax

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have you tried searching your system for this dll?
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Hi, yes I searched and couldn't find it. However, I finally traced the problem to unistalling WinTV. I reinstalled that software and my missing dll reappeared. So problem solved. Thanks for your suggestion.
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Hi,

I had the same problem a fews days ago.

I solved it using the download link on this post:

http://tchipp.blogsp...l-manquant.html

Bye.
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