They didn't. There is NO Vista Beta 3. Must have been a case of
over-enthusiasm or just a typo
Jane, not plain
Batteries not included. Braincell on vacation.
"gerald steininger" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> where did you guys get beta 3?
> "NightMyst" <NightMyst@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> I tried to use VueScan to work my scanner. No go...BUT I installed the
>> drivers for my scanner that came with vuescan and now Photoshop and HP's
>> PrecisionScan Pro access the scanner with no trouble. I don't know how
>> driver is different than HP's own driver, but it works!
>> "NightMyst" wrote:
>>> I am having similar problems. I connected my HP Scanjet and Vista led me
>>> the install. It knows the item is there (as seen in Device Manager along
>>> my Logitech QuickCam) and it show the scanner (not the camera) in the
>>> panel Scanners and Cameras. However...neither windows fax and scan nor
>>> gallery, the 2 places help says to go to initiate a scan, can actually
>>> a scan. Photo Gallery doesn't even find the scanner, and fax and scan
>>> but just ends by saying it can't complete the scan. Heck, still haven't
>>> a way to use my MS wireless IntelliMouse properly yet...no control over
>>> buttons. I'm wondering what they are trying to do...can't use a lot of
>>> my old
>>> software, but THEIR replacement software doesn't seem to work either.
>>> vs Photo Gallery, eg)
>>> "Adrian" wrote:
>>> > I have just installed Vista Beta3 on my PC but I am experiencing
>>> > problems
>>> > with hardware not working. At first everything seemed to work OK I
>>> > could
>>> > connect to the internet and all was right with the world but I have
>>> > lost my
>>> > DVD CDROM mouse and now my network connection as disappeared. I can
>>> > get the
>>> > mouse to work by starting the OS and then physically removing the
>>> > mouse and
>>> > reconnecting it. I installed the software as an upgrade rather than a
>>> > fresh
>>> > install. Any ideas or should I reinstall as fresh install?
>>> > Adrian