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Why WIA Driver UI is unable to populate "Profile" combo options in Windows Server 2019 OS when Display Settings Text Size changed to 150%? RRS feed

  • Question

  • Dear Community,

    We have installed our WIA driver and configured Scanning Device on Windows Server 2019 OS.

    We changed System Text Size to 150% from  "Display Settings" and rebooted the system.

    After system start up when we invoked WIA UI, then "Profile" Combo Box options were not populated. 

    Also, when we increased the "Resolution" to 600 in WIA UI then below error pops up.

    "Failed to apply new resolution. It has been reset to previous value"

    WIA behavior on Windows 10 OS with same Settings is working fine.

    Is this known issue of Windows Server 2019 OS ? Is MS providing any fix for this in future build or update?

    Please refer below screenshot.

    

    Regards,

    Divya

      


    • Edited by Divya Kr Tuesday, August 27, 2019 2:40 PM
    Tuesday, August 27, 2019 2:27 PM

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  • Hello Community,

    Please reply to above query.

    In addition to that we have found below details in wiatrace.log.

    WIA: 2404.3304 458204 0 0 [wiaservc.dll] ERROR: ValidateWiaDrvItemAccess, Application attempting access of disconnected item (000001616DC30380), returning WIA_ERROR_OFFLINE
    WIA: 2404.3304 458204 0 0 [wiaservc.dll] ERROR: CWiaItem::ReadMultiple, ValidateWiaDrvItemAccess failed (0x80210005)
    WIA: 2404.3304 458204 0 0 [wiaservc.dll] ERROR: ValidateWiaDrvItemAccess, Application attempting access of disconnected item (000001616DC30380), returning WIA_ERROR_OFFLINE

    Scanner Device is not offline still WIA_ERROR_OFFLINE status is returned.

    Also, we could not find any reference for ValidateWiaDrvItemAccess method in MSDN.

    Please share us the details about ValidateWiaDrvItemAccess method. Also, why log is showing this call as Fail when Scanner device is not offline.

    Regards,

    Divya

    Thursday, September 5, 2019 2:25 PM
  • There is not a lot of WIA experience in the world.  To get formal support from Microsoft. you'll need to file a Microsoft Support ticket.  That costs money, but it gets you in contact with the actual developers, and they will refund the fee if it turns out to be a Windows bug.

    Tim Roberts | Driver MVP Emeritus | Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.

    Thursday, September 5, 2019 4:51 PM