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RE: VoterComment

In Dupage County, IL, they only seen it once.  Never in all their testing, only when they did their first initial zero report.  After that, all reports were fine.
-----Original Message-----
From: owner-bugtrack@dieboldes.com [mailto:owner-bugtrack@dieboldes.com]On Behalf Of Ken Clark
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 3:46 PM
To: bugtrack@dieboldes.com
Subject: RE: VoterComment

From: owner-bugtrack@dieboldes.com [mailto:owner-bugtrack@dieboldes.com]On Behalf Of Steve Knecht
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 1:23 PM
And I can send the Alameda database.   
Obviously the Alameda database does not trigger the problem, or Jeff wouldn't be seeing it to.  Do other databases exhibit the problem for Alameda County?  Do they have a sequence of steps that reproduces the problem?  If its "random" what is the rate of occurance?  If they print twenty reports in a row will they see the problem three times, or can they print all day without seeing it?