Yes thanks Myles.
I am getting suspicious of the new motherboard. I have never been too
confident in these PNP sharing IRQ holders.
This computer uses same drivers and hardware as older computer, but you
could say the previous computer was 'less PNP' and it set up much better.
If I sus it, will advise, but in the meantime I will Remove and Install the
driver a couple of times hoping that the system will ascertain a more robust
setting. Before MS Netmeeting was working the video, now it has stopped so
something odd is happening to the system itself.
PS sri - it was originally an On-Topic subject!

I would suspect the Video Driver is no good - Is there a later version?? OR
change back to a M$ Standard one.
This is a bit drastic but what happens if you move the Video card to another


-----Original Message-----
From: Alistair George [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Friday, February 19, 1999 1:34 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list delphi
Subject: [DUG]:  Assigning bitmaps to the clipboard

Hi on the offchance someone has seen this before:
I have written some software which takes a canvas from an Image, or the
windows handle and pops it onto the clipboard.
Works nice on 2 machines, but my latest high-flying AMD K6 will not under
any circumstances allow the frame on the clipboard.
Same software, different machine. Have checked my source code and have used
other writers video capture code to prove the scenario and in some respects
mine is more stable, but all dont write to the clipboard on this one
machine; except when using the video capture card supplier which is a
compiled EXE. Could it be possible the machine is lacking a driver? What is
weird is that the on-screen image1.canvas is displaying video source fine,
but command: Clipboard.Assign(image1.Picture.Bitmap) dinay work.
What is transferred is a black screen of the canvas size.
Any thoughts???
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