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My apologies for any confusion…
xxxxxx.dll is not the literal filename. The actual filename would be the name of the twain driver for a specific device.
The error message shows up where a .ds file in the twain_32 directory references a dll that does not exist or load properly. This could occur for any Twain component that has a botched install or was improperly uninstalled.
It looks like the error messages are coming from the Source Manager, but the default Twain source selection UI does not show them. They only occur when I get the list of twain devices by the GETFIRST/GETNEXT method. This is why I’m wondering if they can be disabled.
Fixing the error messages by forcing the end user to fix their device install is not ideal. I do not have any control over what devices end users of my application have installed.
My application is working as expected, I’m just trying to work around error messages that I don’t have any control over. Thanks for any help.