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  #1  
Old December 15th 07, 04:54 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Vicki
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Default fxscount.h missing in XP

I'm trying to attach an old HP 600 All-in-One Fax Printer Scanner to a Dell
laptop with XP SP2. I cannot find the fxscount.h dll file for XP Pro or Home
other than for the small business Server 2003 OS. The printer portion is
working, it is the FAX I cannot get to work. Can someone please tell me
where I can download this file or how I can make this work? The DLL sites
I've checked don't have it listed.

Thank you in advance.
Vicki
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  #2  
Old December 15th 07, 09:47 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
DL
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Default fxscount.h missing in XP

I think you will find that its a txt type file, and not a dll, in which fax
msg counts are recorded

"Vicki" wrote in message
...
I'm trying to attach an old HP 600 All-in-One Fax Printer Scanner to a
Dell
laptop with XP SP2. I cannot find the fxscount.h dll file for XP Pro or
Home
other than for the small business Server 2003 OS. The printer portion is
working, it is the FAX I cannot get to work. Can someone please tell me
where I can download this file or how I can make this work? The DLL sites
I've checked don't have it listed.

Thank you in advance.
Vicki



  #3  
Old December 16th 07, 04:32 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Sam Hobbs
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Default fxscount.h missing in XP

The ".h" extension of fxscount.h implies it is a file that is part of the
program's source code; in other words, it is probably used by the developers
to make the program. It is entirely possible that HP chose to use that
extension for some other purpose, but it seems highly unlikely that HP would
use a ".h" extension for a DLL.


"Vicki" wrote in message
...
I'm trying to attach an old HP 600 All-in-One Fax Printer Scanner to a
Dell
laptop with XP SP2. I cannot find the fxscount.h dll file for XP Pro or
Home
other than for the small business Server 2003 OS. The printer portion is
working, it is the FAX I cannot get to work. Can someone please tell me
where I can download this file or how I can make this work? The DLL sites
I've checked don't have it listed.

Thank you in advance.
Vicki




  #4  
Old December 28th 07, 02:09 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Vicki
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Posts: 7
Default fxscount.h missing in XP

DL you are absolutely correct, thank you for your response. I found the file
on another computer and it is a text file. However, I am still getting the
same error while trying to set up a fax, the fxscount.h stops it. The error
message "The file "fxscount.h" on Windows XP Professional CD-ROM is needed.
Type the path where the file is located, and then click OK." HP has stopped
support for the Officejet 600 and I really don't want to trash it because of
this. I purchased a USB to Parallel printer cable which must be working fine
and not interferring with the fax because it prints fine, it's only the fax
that won't work. However, I am also getting a 2way communication error that
I am also trying to test to see if this may be the problem. I just don't
know how to do the 2 way test yet.

"Sam Hobbs" wrote:

The ".h" extension of fxscount.h implies it is a file that is part of the
program's source code; in other words, it is probably used by the developers
to make the program. It is entirely possible that HP chose to use that
extension for some other purpose, but it seems highly unlikely that HP would
use a ".h" extension for a DLL.


"Vicki" wrote in message
...
I'm trying to attach an old HP 600 All-in-One Fax Printer Scanner to a
Dell
laptop with XP SP2. I cannot find the fxscount.h dll file for XP Pro or
Home
other than for the small business Server 2003 OS. The printer portion is
working, it is the FAX I cannot get to work. Can someone please tell me
where I can download this file or how I can make this work? The DLL sites
I've checked don't have it listed.

Thank you in advance.
Vicki





  #5  
Old December 30th 07, 10:25 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
DL
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Posts: 3,774
Default fxscount.h missing in XP

Your problem is allmost certainly with the HP drivers, try updating them.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/s...&lang=en&cc=uk

Its also possible the usb / Parallell converter is causing the problem with
two way communication.
Also check HP for any firmware update

"Vicki" wrote in message
...
DL you are absolutely correct, thank you for your response. I found the
file
on another computer and it is a text file. However, I am still getting the
same error while trying to set up a fax, the fxscount.h stops it. The
error
message "The file "fxscount.h" on Windows XP Professional CD-ROM is
needed.
Type the path where the file is located, and then click OK." HP has
stopped
support for the Officejet 600 and I really don't want to trash it because
of
this. I purchased a USB to Parallel printer cable which must be working
fine
and not interferring with the fax because it prints fine, it's only the
fax
that won't work. However, I am also getting a 2way communication error
that
I am also trying to test to see if this may be the problem. I just don't
know how to do the 2 way test yet.

"Sam Hobbs" wrote:

The ".h" extension of fxscount.h implies it is a file that is part of the
program's source code; in other words, it is probably used by the
developers
to make the program. It is entirely possible that HP chose to use that
extension for some other purpose, but it seems highly unlikely that HP
would
use a ".h" extension for a DLL.


"Vicki" wrote in message
...
I'm trying to attach an old HP 600 All-in-One Fax Printer Scanner to a
Dell
laptop with XP SP2. I cannot find the fxscount.h dll file for XP Pro
or
Home
other than for the small business Server 2003 OS. The printer portion
is
working, it is the FAX I cannot get to work. Can someone please tell
me
where I can download this file or how I can make this work? The DLL
sites
I've checked don't have it listed.

Thank you in advance.
Vicki







  #6  
Old August 18th 08, 09:32 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Brian Hall
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Posts: 1
Default fxs files

Many people have a hard time installing MS Fax for XP. Here's the fastest way to get all the missing fxs files:
Go to http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
Download the file, but don't run it (it's intended only for Server2003 installations).
Open it with Winzip or other Zip reader.
Save / extract the files to a convenient permanent folder, and point the FAX installation there to access them.


  #7  
Old September 20th 09, 11:42 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Dora Smith[_2_]
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Default fxs files missing - suggested download to not install is an exe

The only downloadable file on that page is an exe file. An unzip utility is useless. The only thing you can do with it is run it and install the 2003 server you specifically say to not install (which reinstalls part of the operating system or something.)

I found and manually extracted some of the files but cannot find the cov files you mention, and if what I'm specifically trying to do is install MS Fax, how can I manually install it?

Yours,
Dora Smith




Posted as a reply to:

fxs files

Many people have a hard time installing MS Fax for XP. Here's the fastest way to get all the missing fxs files:
Go to
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
Download the file, but don't run it (it's intended only for Server2003 installations).
Open it with Winzip or other Zip reader.
Save / extract the files to a convenient permanent folder, and point the FAX installation there to access them.

EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
WCF Workflow Services Using External Data Exchange
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorials...vices-usi.aspx
  #8  
Old November 4th 09, 04:32 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Dennis Q
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Posts: 2
Default fxs files

Brian, you nailed it!! I'm up and running and faxing like mad. I'm putting that file in my bag of tricks, thanks!



DL wrote:

Your problem is allmost certainly with the HP drivers, try updating them.
30-Dec-07

Your problem is allmost certainly with the HP drivers, try updating them.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/s...&lang=en&cc=uk

Its also possible the usb / Parallell converter is causing the problem with
two way communication.
Also check HP for any firmware update

"Vicki" wrote in message
...

Previous Posts In This Thread:

On Friday, December 14, 2007 11:54 PM
Vick wrote:

fxscount.h missing in XP
I'm trying to attach an old HP 600 All-in-One Fax Printer Scanner to a Dell
laptop with XP SP2. I cannot find the fxscount.h dll file for XP Pro or Home
other than for the small business Server 2003 OS. The printer portion is
working, it is the FAX I cannot get to work. Can someone please tell me
where I can download this file or how I can make this work? The DLL sites
I've checked don't have it listed.

Thank you in advance.
Vicki

On Saturday, December 15, 2007 4:47 AM
DL wrote:

I think you will find that its a txt type file, and not a dll, in which fax
I think you will find that its a txt type file, and not a dll, in which fax
msg counts are recorded

On Saturday, December 15, 2007 11:32 PM
Sam Hobbs wrote:

The ".h" extension of fxscount.
The ".h" extension of fxscount.h implies it is a file that is part of the
program's source code; in other words, it is probably used by the developers
to make the program. It is entirely possible that HP chose to use that
extension for some other purpose, but it seems highly unlikely that HP would
use a ".h" extension for a DLL.


"Vicki" wrote in message
...

On Thursday, December 27, 2007 9:09 PM
Vick wrote:

DL you are absolutely correct, thank you for your response.
DL you are absolutely correct, thank you for your response. I found the file
on another computer and it is a text file. However, I am still getting the
same error while trying to set up a fax, the fxscount.h stops it. The error
message "The file "fxscount.h" on Windows XP Professional CD-ROM is needed.
Type the path where the file is located, and then click OK." HP has stopped
support for the Officejet 600 and I really don't want to trash it because of
this. I purchased a USB to Parallel printer cable which must be working fine
and not interferring with the fax because it prints fine, it's only the fax
that won't work. However, I am also getting a 2way communication error that
I am also trying to test to see if this may be the problem. I just don't
know how to do the 2 way test yet.

"Sam Hobbs" wrote:

On Sunday, December 30, 2007 5:25 AM
DL wrote:

Your problem is allmost certainly with the HP drivers, try updating them.
Your problem is allmost certainly with the HP drivers, try updating them.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/s...&lang=en&cc=uk

Its also possible the usb / Parallell converter is causing the problem with
two way communication.
Also check HP for any firmware update

"Vicki" wrote in message
...

On Monday, August 18, 2008 4:32 PM
Brian Hall wrote:

fxs files
Many people have a hard time installing MS Fax for XP. Here's the fastest way to get all the missing fxs files:
Go to http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
Download the file, but don't run it (it's intended only for Server2003 installations).
Open it with Winzip or other Zip reader.
Save / extract the files to a convenient permanent folder, and point the FAX installation there to access them.

On Sunday, September 20, 2009 6:42 PM
Dora Smith wrote:

fxs files missing - suggested download to not install is an exe
The only downloadable file on that page is an exe file. An unzip utility is useless. The only thing you can do with it is run it and install the 2003 server you specifically say to not install (which reinstalls part of the operating system or something.)

I found and manually extracted some of the files but cannot find the cov files you mention, and if what I am specifically trying to do is install MS Fax, how can I manually install it?

Yours,
Dora Smith




Posted as a reply to:

fxs files

Many people have a hard time installing MS Fax for XP. Here is the fastest way to get all the missing fxs files:
Go to
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
Download the file, but do not run it (it is intended only for Server2003 installations).
Open it with Winzip or other Zip reader.
Save / extract the files to a convenient permanent folder, and point the FAX installation there to access them.

EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
WCF Workflow Services Using External Data Exchange
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorials...vices-usi.aspx

EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
Simple XOR Encryption
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorials...ncryption.aspx
  #9  
Old November 4th 09, 04:32 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Dennis Q
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Posts: 2
Default fxs files

Brian, you nailed it!! I'm up and running and faxing like mad. I'm putting that file in my bag of tricks, thanks!



DL wrote:

Your problem is allmost certainly with the HP drivers, try updating them.
30-Dec-07

Your problem is allmost certainly with the HP drivers, try updating them.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/s...&lang=en&cc=uk

Its also possible the usb / Parallell converter is causing the problem with
two way communication.
Also check HP for any firmware update

"Vicki" wrote in message
...

Previous Posts In This Thread:

On Friday, December 14, 2007 11:54 PM
Vick wrote:

fxscount.h missing in XP
I'm trying to attach an old HP 600 All-in-One Fax Printer Scanner to a Dell
laptop with XP SP2. I cannot find the fxscount.h dll file for XP Pro or Home
other than for the small business Server 2003 OS. The printer portion is
working, it is the FAX I cannot get to work. Can someone please tell me
where I can download this file or how I can make this work? The DLL sites
I've checked don't have it listed.

Thank you in advance.
Vicki

On Saturday, December 15, 2007 4:47 AM
DL wrote:

I think you will find that its a txt type file, and not a dll, in which fax
I think you will find that its a txt type file, and not a dll, in which fax
msg counts are recorded

On Saturday, December 15, 2007 11:32 PM
Sam Hobbs wrote:

The ".h" extension of fxscount.
The ".h" extension of fxscount.h implies it is a file that is part of the
program's source code; in other words, it is probably used by the developers
to make the program. It is entirely possible that HP chose to use that
extension for some other purpose, but it seems highly unlikely that HP would
use a ".h" extension for a DLL.


"Vicki" wrote in message
...

On Thursday, December 27, 2007 9:09 PM
Vick wrote:

DL you are absolutely correct, thank you for your response.
DL you are absolutely correct, thank you for your response. I found the file
on another computer and it is a text file. However, I am still getting the
same error while trying to set up a fax, the fxscount.h stops it. The error
message "The file "fxscount.h" on Windows XP Professional CD-ROM is needed.
Type the path where the file is located, and then click OK." HP has stopped
support for the Officejet 600 and I really don't want to trash it because of
this. I purchased a USB to Parallel printer cable which must be working fine
and not interferring with the fax because it prints fine, it's only the fax
that won't work. However, I am also getting a 2way communication error that
I am also trying to test to see if this may be the problem. I just don't
know how to do the 2 way test yet.

"Sam Hobbs" wrote:

On Sunday, December 30, 2007 5:25 AM
DL wrote:

Your problem is allmost certainly with the HP drivers, try updating them.
Your problem is allmost certainly with the HP drivers, try updating them.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/s...&lang=en&cc=uk

Its also possible the usb / Parallell converter is causing the problem with
two way communication.
Also check HP for any firmware update

"Vicki" wrote in message
...

On Monday, August 18, 2008 4:32 PM
Brian Hall wrote:

fxs files
Many people have a hard time installing MS Fax for XP. Here's the fastest way to get all the missing fxs files:
Go to http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
Download the file, but don't run it (it's intended only for Server2003 installations).
Open it with Winzip or other Zip reader.
Save / extract the files to a convenient permanent folder, and point the FAX installation there to access them.

On Sunday, September 20, 2009 6:42 PM
Dora Smith wrote:

fxs files missing - suggested download to not install is an exe
The only downloadable file on that page is an exe file. An unzip utility is useless. The only thing you can do with it is run it and install the 2003 server you specifically say to not install (which reinstalls part of the operating system or something.)

I found and manually extracted some of the files but cannot find the cov files you mention, and if what I am specifically trying to do is install MS Fax, how can I manually install it?

Yours,
Dora Smith




Posted as a reply to:

fxs files

Many people have a hard time installing MS Fax for XP. Here is the fastest way to get all the missing fxs files:
Go to
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
Download the file, but do not run it (it is intended only for Server2003 installations).
Open it with Winzip or other Zip reader.
Save / extract the files to a convenient permanent folder, and point the FAX installation there to access them.

EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
WCF Workflow Services Using External Data Exchange
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorials...vices-usi.aspx

EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
Simple XOR Encryption
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorials...ncryption.aspx
  #10  
Old December 20th 17, 07:44 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
No_Name
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Default fxscount.h missing in XP

The Microsoft site no longer has any XP/Server2003 files. fxscount.h can only be found on any XP Home or Pro CD that came with a new computer -- these CD's are everywhere. If not, contact me and I'll send it. What a pain that MS does not make important files like this available. The rest of the world cannot afford to update their OS's to MS's latest. XP is still very important in the schools, for example, in the poor backward countries of the world. Go figure....
 




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