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I downloaded a zip file to update my video driver, it contains e196fp.cat, e196fp.icm, and e196fp.inf, can you tell me where I should place these files in my hard drive?

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Go into Windows Explorer. There is a folder under c: \Windows called Drivers where all the drivers are stored. You may have to change the file types, because it is a hidden file and will not show up normally. When you open up Explorer>Click on Tools>Folder Options>View Tab>little circle that you unclick to see hidden files. Just don't forget to click it back after you are done. Good luck.

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I downloaded drivers for dell E193FPp monitor. the only files in the download are 2 text docs, a setupinformation, ICC profile, and security catalog files. no .exe file. how do i install driver?


in most cases you will not need to install drivers for you monitor. These drivers are for windows XP and 2000 - so if you have a later version you should not need them.
For windows XP or 2000 you should have a readme file... if not then download the Dell drivers from
http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/driverdetails?driverid=r83276
Run the program and it should extract to a place on your hard drive, and once complete it should open the location with the following files
e193fp.cat, E193FP.ICM, E193FP.inf, Readme.txt and Version.txt
The Readme file gives you instructions on how to install for XP and 2000

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I can't install drivers for the Thinkvision L200p on windows 7. I went to the Lenovo support page (http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/product-and-parts/detail.page?LegacyDocID=MIGR-69721) and downloaded .cat,...


Is the video card a seperate card? Or is it part of the motherboard? You'll have to open the case to make sure. If it's a seperate card that will make a difference with the drivers being loaded.

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I have downloaded driver for philips 170c monitor but when i go to zip file there is no driver there


These are the steps you need to follow to install the driver: Download from the link below:

Philips 170c Monitor

It is a zip file so you will need to unzip it into a separate folder. Once the files are unzipped you need to locate the 170C8.inf setup information file. Once you have located that file right click on it and you will see the option to Install. Click that and it will ask you to open it. Choose open.

If that fails you can do the following:

Installing a new device

1.Open Windows Device Manager. In the Device Manager make sure the device you're attempting to install is not already listed from past install attempts. If the device is found highlight it and remove it from Device Manager to prevent any conflicts during the install.
2.Once Device Manager looks ok reboot the computer.
3.As the computer is rebooting an install new hardware wizard should appear if Windows detects the new hardware using this wizard you should be able to point Windows to the folder containing your drivers either on the CD, diskette, or the folder containing the files you downloaded.
If Windows does not detect any new hardware open Control Panel and double-click the Add hardware icon to run the hardware detection wizard. During the steps you will have an option to tell Windows you have a disk containing the drivers for your new hardware device, at this point Windows to the directory containing the drivers for your device.

Once drivers have been installed reboot.

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How to install sound drivers


if they are in ZIP format you should extract them first.
If its an EXE file just dbl click it and follow the instructions that will be presented to you.

If its just INF files etc the goto your hardware control panel and select the sound card then drivers then update. you may have to tell it where they are on your computer so it may be best to place them in a simple folder on the C drive that you can remember easily

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Windows XP will not recognise the PF1800 USB scanner.


lease download and expand this ZIP file. The resulting folder contains files that need to be copied to varying directories.

It may well be that you need to make some system folders visible to theWindows Explorer before you can copy said files into them:
Choose "Tools" > "Folder options" > "View" from the Explorer's menu bar. Then please apply:
- hide protected system files: disabled
- show contents of system folders: enabled
- show hidden files and folders: show all
I recommend also, you want to disable "hide known file extensions".
Then please copy:
usbscan.sys > c:windowssystem32drivers
1394scan.inf > c:windowsinf
all other files > c:windowssystem32
Now you are ready to update the driver again:
(1) Windows key + Pause (or: open "System" from the control panel)
(2) Hardware > Device Manager
(3) Imaging device > unknown device > right-clicking > Properties
(4) Driver > Update driver
(5) Don't let Windows choose the device automatically, but choose the appropriate device yourself.
(6) The INF file necessary for the driver is named "1394scan.inf" andis most probably already located in the directory c:windowsinf
Please note: Even when the scanner is connected to USB (instead of firewire / IEEE1394) you need to use this INF file.
8) To complete your driver installation, restart Windows.
Check in the device manager if the scanner can now be detected.

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I am looking for win xp sata drivers for my toshibe satellite pro


Download Matrix storage manager, all the instructions on how to downgrade to XP are there.
These are the drivers you need:
iaAhci.inf, iaAhci.cat,
iaStor.inf, iaStor.cat,
iaStor.sys, TxtSetup.oem.
readme.tx and license.txt

read the readme.txt its important!!!!!!!!!

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Cannot find drivers for product.


Hannspree said that there is no need for a separate driver for XP and suggested I check for an updated driver for my old NVIDIA Video card... That was the answer. I now get the full 1400X900 resolution.

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Driver for zio coporation.


I found the CM-50000 (Version 2.0.2.29) driver for the Zio CameraMate Real Time Video USB device from this site:

http://members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=626354&action=summary

The filename is "CameramateRTVDrivers.zip" containing the following files:

08/02/2004 02:29 AM 3,798 NUVAUD2.INF
08/02/2004 02:29 AM 27,872 nuvaud2.sys
08/02/2004 02:29 AM 73,216 NUVision.ax
08/02/2004 02:29 AM 2 NUVISION.CAT
08/02/2004 02:29 AM 77,824 NUVISION.DS
08/02/2004 02:29 AM 139,264 NUVTWAIN.DLL
08/02/2004 02:29 AM 7,767 NUVVID2.INF
08/02/2004 02:29 AM 151,808 nuvvid2.sys
08/02/2004 02:29 AM 81,920 NUVYUV.DLL

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On my WinXP SP3 computer, plug in the device, then select "Install from a list or specific location" and point to the directory where you uncompressed the "CameramateRTVDrivers.zip" file. This will install two items in your Device Manager:

Imaging Devices -> USB Video Device
Sound, video and game controllers -> USB Audio Device

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right click on (.inf )file and click on install option.

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How to install driver


How do I install a computer driver?
Answer: Microsoft Windows users Depending on how the driver has been packaged is what determines how the driver will be installed. Below is additional information about each of the methods developers use to distribute their drivers and how you would install the drivers in Microsoft Windows.
General driver tips
Below are some general insights to help prevent any additional frustration that may be encountered while installing drivers.
Drivers on CD or floppy diskettes:
Almost all computer and hardware manufacturers include a group of drivers for different hardware devices and often for each of the supported versions of Windows. For example, the driver CD you receive with your printer likely contains the drivers for dozens of different printers. Not just the printer you purchased, which means when installing the drivers make sure you're installing the drivers for your printer, not another printer model and that you're installing it for the version of Windows you're running on your computer.
Below is an example of how a file structure may look on your disk.
CD Example:
-PrinterA100
--Win9x
--Win2k
--WinXP
-PrinterA200
--Win9x
--Win2k
--WinXP
-PrinterB100
--Win9x
--Win2k
--WinXP
If for example you had a PrinterA200 and were using Windows XP you would find your drivers in the PrinterA200\WinXP directory.
Downloading drivers:
Almost all drivers you download are going to be a single file if the file is not an executable file it is almost definitely a compressed file that contains all the driver files. In order to install the driver you will first need to uncompress the file. Additional information about how to uncompress a compressed file can be found on document CH000506.
When extracting / uncompressing the drivers make sure to remember where you place the folder containing the drivers as you will need to point Windows to this folder when installing the drivers. We usually recommend users install the driver files in a folder on their desktop as it's an easy place to remember and locate.
Finally, the single file and/or the files extracted from the compressed file can be deleted after you have finished installing the drivers.
Executable
Many computer and hardware manufacturers today are pre-packaging their drivers into executable files or have the drivers installed through the setup file, which means simply double-clicking the setup file or the file you download should install the drivers to the computer for you.
Note: Many developers may package their drivers in a compressed file, which means before looking for the setup file you may need to uncompress the downloaded file. Information about doing this was explained above. If after uncompressing the file it still does not contain an executable file, some type of setup file, or does not install your hardware device continue with the below recommendations.
Finally, if you were successful in installing your drivers make sure to reboot the computer after the drivers have been installed.
Using the have disk option
Often computer manufacturers and hardware manufacturers will also simply place the drivers on the CD, diskette, or download for Windows to find and use during its hardware detection. Below are steps on how to install drivers for a new device and upgrade a devices driver for this type of setup.
Installing a new device
Upgrading drivers for pre-existing device
Installing a new device
  1. Open Windows Device Manager. Information about how to do this can be found on document CH000833. In the Device Manager make sure the device you're attempting to install is not already listed from past install attempts. If the device is found highlight it and remove it from Device Manager to prevent any conflicts during the install.
  2. Once Device Manager looks ok reboot the computer.
  3. As the computer is rebooting an install new hardware wizard should appear if Windows detects the new hardware using this wizard you should be able to point Windows to the folder containing your drivers either on the CD, diskette, or the folder containing the files you downloaded.
If Windows does not detect any new hardware open Control Panel and double-click the Add hardware icon to run the hardware detection wizard. During the steps you will have an option to tell Windows you have a disk containing the drivers for your new hardware device, at this point point Windows to the directory containing the drivers for your device.
Once drivers have been installed reboot.
Upgrading drivers for pre-existing device
  1. Open Windows Device Manager. Information about how to do this can be found on document CH000833. In the Device Manager locate the device you wish to update the drivers for.
  2. Right-click the device and click Properties.
  3. In the Properties window click the Driver tab.
  4. Click the Update Driver button.
  5. In the Hardware Update Wizard point Windows to the location of the updated drivers on your hard disk drive
Once drivers have been installed reboot.
Install through the .inf file
Finally, if the above recommendations do not work the installation instructions for drivers and hardware devices are always contained in a .inf file that is located within the drivers.
Locate the .inf for your version of Windows right-click that file and choose the option for install. Note this is a very raw form of installing a drivers and it is important that you make sure you're installing the correct .inf file and not a .inf file for another device or for a different version of Windows. Additional information and tips about locating the drivers was explained earlier in the general driver tips section.
Once you have right-clicked and installed the driver reboot the computer
One of the above three recommendations should have installed / updated the drivers successfully onto the computer. If you're still having difficulties getting the device to install it's possible you're not encountering a hardware issue and not an issue with the drivers. Refer to the troubleshooting steps for your hardware device for additional help and information.

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