Zip driver on parallel port xp error imgicon.exe

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by David Wells, Feb 27, 2004.

  1. David Wells

    David Wells Guest

    I down loaded the latest drivers for my old Parallel Iomega 100 Zip
    drive. Now when I shut down windows xp quite often I get the message.
    Imgicon.exe has quite responding if I them click end program Windows
    XP then shuts down. Has anyone else run into and is there a fix looked
    around at Iomeg and found nothing.
     
    David Wells, Feb 27, 2004
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  2. David Wells

    Thor Guest

    Try simply disabling the Iomega tray icon software via Msconfig. It's not
    needed for your drive to be recognized in XP, or to operate it.


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    > I down loaded the latest drivers for my old Parallel Iomega 100 Zip
    > drive. Now when I shut down windows xp quite often I get the message.
    > Imgicon.exe has quite responding if I them click end program Windows
    > XP then shuts down. Has anyone else run into and is there a fix looked
    > around at Iomeg and found nothing.
     
    Thor, Feb 27, 2004
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