Windows will look for DLLs in the following way - location of the calling
program, Windows Systems folder and then the PATH environment variable.
If Gimp is in your PATH variable, copying the DLL to your Gimp bin folder
should resolve this.
Of course, as Michael pointed out, you cannot call 32-bit DLLs from a
On Sat, Sep 21, 2013 at 3:07 AM, Michael Schumacher <schum...@gmx.de> wrote:
> On 21.09.2013 01:31, westendr wrote:
> > using a Nikon ls2000 and Nikon 3 software I am able to scan film strips
> > slides. When I try using Gimp 2.8 - File - Create - scanner - nikon
> ls2000. I
> > get an error message File missing DRAGNKL1.DDL try reinstalling. This
> file is in
> > windows\twain.32\nikon\nikon scan 3.0. A search of the internet showed
> > problem with Photoshop.
> 32-bit TWAIN driver on a 64-bit platform seems to be a common problem
> regardless of the application.
> GPG: 96A8 B38A 728A 577D 724D 60E5 F855 53EC B36D 4CDD
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