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Mat -- The WIA DLL may not have been registered, or has become unregistered somehow.

In a command prompt window, change directory to where Paint.NET is installed and then type "regsvr32 wiaaut.dll" and see if that works.

steami -- We do have an explanation. It is on our FAQ page. http://www.eecs.wsu.edu/paint.net/faq.htm

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Nope, sorry, We don't have 2 months to engineer it from the ground up. XP provides a DLL that implements it all for us with only 1 page of code, most of which is error handling.

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There could be a thousand reasons why it doesn't work. Maybe your Windows Image Acquisition service has been disabled. Maybe the DLL's registration is incorrectly reporting that it succeeded. Maybe you had or have other software that could be interfering in any number of ways. I don't know how to fix this for you.

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