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version on Win2k issues with _ScreenCapture

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Hello everybody,

i wondering if anybody could help me with this strange thing.

I am trying to include in a simple script the function _ScreenCapture

When I run the code below everything looks fine, no error received in SciTE however nothing is happening..

The Image.bmp is not created...

Any idea what could be wrong or what I could check??

thanks in advanced for any sugestion..


#include <ScreenCapture.au3>

; Capture full screen

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Just a WAG, but it's probably not working because support for W2K was dropped back in version

The OP uses

Didn't you read the title?




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The folder "C:ko" was created in front..

Does anybody know if there could be a special Microsoft KB update needed to get this running?



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