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I have the thomson tv 22e92nh22 and it have an mpeg2 .... i want to upgrade to mpeg4 but i can't found an pcim card to mpeg4 or any driver to upgrade

I want a card reader mpeg 4 or any drivers to update from mpeg2 to mpeg4 I'm sorry from my english i hope to understand me ... thank you

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I know this sounds like a no-brainer, but do you have the battery installed in the camera? Also, plug the camera into the charger until it is completely charged. It is completely charged when the blue LED on the dock stops flashing. Or, if you are charging it by AC adapter, just keep it plugged until the blue LED on the camera stops flashing.

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SOURCE: I have a sipix SC-2300

Hi,

I am not aware of a Vista driver for the SiPix SC-2300 nor for that matter if it is fully Vista compatible. Sorry.

However, may I offer possibly alternate procedures in using it with Vista:
1. use a memory card reader for the SmartMedia memory card where it will be treated as an external storage device;
2. update/patch your USB drivers preferably from the motherboard manufacturer. Microsoft has acknowledge this issue and has likewise provided their own patch here or here.;
3. since Vista supposedly has drivers for many cameras pre-installed, though they are very basic and often will not allow other features to function fully, you can try auto-detect/install. The idea is to connect your camera to the PC/Laptop without installing the Vista driver CD and 'keep your fingers crossed'; or if asked for driver location, point to the XP CD installer of the SiPix SC-2300 which should of course be inside your CD ROM drive; or
4. force a bare install. Pop in the XP CD but do not install (exit). Rather, open the contents of the CD and look for an ".inf" file, right click to install and see if Vista will take it from there. There night be a couple of them inside the CD.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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I've e-mailed the drivers. let me know if you get them ok.
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SOURCE: i must update my driver

http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.TML go to this website and say operating system then choose graphics card then follow instructions from there on

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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download the drivers from the following link...

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