Hi, That is odd as I am using xp service pack 2 and Book Port is recognized just fine. Robert Carter At 02:07 PM 10/3/2004, you wrote: >Well I have sort of done this. >On my system I have a dual boot OS setup. The second OS is just another >version of XP Pro which I don't muck with. I am a real fiddler and tweaker >and sometimes ruin things and have to wait for sighted help in safe mode >and have the other backup OS. > >At the moment the only real difference in the other OS is that I have not >installed xp service pack 2 upgrade. It has obviously identical processor, >memory, usb ports and devices etc. > >I just went over to it, installed the transfer software and presto bookport >is recognised and works perfectly on that second OS. > >Come back to my main OS and the software just doesn't recognise it. > >I am now guessing service pack2 has reacted with my system. > >I will have to uninstall service pack2 to test this theory. After I do >some backups I will test this out. > >Dale. > >At 10:41 PM 3/10/2004, you wrote: > > >Hi listers: > > > >This is probably extreeme, but, has anyone yet tried re-installing Windows > >from scratch to see if Windows would recognize Bookport? > > > > >F.ree Software Forever > >If you would like some f.ree software just for reading my signature check >out the link below > >Better still, if you want more f.ree software all the time you can join >this pri.vate membership site for a one time payment - it offe.rs >incredible value and I am a m.ember myself: > >http://www.dalereardon.com/software/ > >Dale Reardon >PO Box 4033 >Wembley >Western Australia 6014 >Australia >Phone: +61418138849 >Fax: +61893888671 >Email: signature@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > >.