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click start control panel view devices and printers you should see your webcam from there if you are have trouble with your webcam click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll down image devices you could see a yellow question mark? right click to reinstall drivers or update driverxp click start right click on computer select properties device manager scroll to image devices expand right click to update driver software if you dont have the driver you will need to download one here are a few you could try although i could not find one for windows 7 http://download.cnet.com/drivermax/3000-18513_4-10572602.html free drivers solution for 2000/XP/Vista/7/8 Some webcams and programs require additional software, although that should be installed with the webcam if things are right. But is does not harm to check if your Java, Flash and Quicktime software are installed and up to date. But certainly check your DirectX software, since all video applications, including webcams, use DirectX for video processing. Try downloading the latest DirectX version and install it (Windows XP: DirectX 9.0c - Windows Vista: DirectX 10). http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Which-version-of-DirectX-is-on-your-computer hope this helps
cnetdownload.comon the home page you should see the download software finder under that there will be a list platform, category, sub category , price,from the category drop down list select driversthen from the price drop down list select free or which ever applies to your needhope this helps dont forget to vote
First check to see if it is windows compatible and for which version. If windows vista is a comptabile version then you are good to go. For drivers, if windows does not reconize the hardware and cannot install it automatically then yes a driver is needed, normally in this kind of stuff like mouse and keyboard it usually plug and play and windows should easily reconize it unless it was built for mac.
For a wireless mouse, it should come with a usb thumb transmitter and the mouse itself. Under the mouse should be a button that you need to press in order for the computer to reconzie it. Turn on your computer with the usb thumb adapter (transmitter) plug in, then under the mouse or somewhere on the mouse, there should be a button, ( small button) press this button and then see if mouse work. If a manual was provided, please look it over. If mouse don't work, then you got a bad transmitter, and will need to return this to back to the store if it's still under return deadline
If you provided the specs of your machine then we could easily tell you if it is capable of running vista properly but i suspect your machine needs a software rebuild, your hardware is fine. Just perform a clean install of Vista & you should be fine. Regarding PDF's, just download Adobe PDF reader, if this does not work then you have problems with you O/S & should rebuild from scratch
You might need to use the "Floppy" version of the Driver upon install (if you know what the chipsets are. Most likely it's Intel and you can slip stream the driver files into a new XP CD.
However if a partition is formated from Vista and you attempt to install XP over it without formatting it, crash is almost certain - XP and Vista have different versions of NTFS.
If you want both XP and Vista on the same machine, ALWAYS install the older one first! i.e. XP first. And create only 1 partition in XP where you intend to install on.
Then install Vista afterwards with Vista created partition.
Vista is a horrible operating system. It has many bugs and does not support older systems, cameras, scanners, printers, etc. You are much better off staying with XP. Believe me, I have many users with tons of Vista problems.
hey guys here is the 100% working Intel audio sound max vista fix driver from my collection still looking for the video ones ....
t o use go to device manager and click update driver and chose location
agree the prompt and you are all done note mic may not work in all pcs
used and test on my dell dimension and on my Intel D865GBF enjoy guys