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Re: when attaching usb line i get the the beep and thats...
Hi there Connect the camera to the PC again, you get the connection sound and maybe the auto play. Look in my computer or computer in Vista, you will see "removable device" in the menu, just double left click on it to view/copy your pictures.
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All recent versions of widows contain features called AutoPlay and AutoRun. AutoPlay lets you choose which program to use to start different kinds of media, such as music CDs, or CDs or DVDs containing photos. For example, the first time you try to play a music CD, AutoPlay asks which media player you want to use, if you have more than one installed on your computer. You can change AutoPlay settings for each media type.Autorun is the technology used to start many programs or enhanced content (such as videos on a music CD) automatically when you insert a CD or USB drives into your computer. This is different from AutoPlay, but the result are the same, when inserted, the CD or USB drive starts automatically, using a particular program. Autorun is incorporated into the media types that use it, and you can't modify it. When a disc is inserted or a drive is connected to your computer, Windows looks in the root directory of the disc or drive for a file named autorun.inf. If found, Windows executes the instructions in that file. ( whether it be start the music or install the virus.) For example, an autorun.inf file on a CD might contain a line that reads open=setup.exe. This tells your computer to launch a setup program as soon as the CD is inserted into the drive
Removable USB/thumb drives use the Autorun feature to load files when the drives are plugged into the USB port. Malware exploits the Autorun feature to spread from thumb drive to PC. Disable the autorun feature to prevent malware from spreading. For XP users: 1.Click Start and then click Run. Type gpedit.msc and click OK. The Group Policy window will open. 2. In the left pane, double-click Administrative TemplatesIn the right pane, double-click System, scroll down the list and double-click Turn Off Autoplay
3.In the Turn Off Autoplay Properties window, select Enabled. From the dropdown next to Turn Off Autoplay on, select All drives and then click OK. 4.Exit Group Policy by selecting File, then choosing Exit from the menu.
Windows Vista's AutoPlay options are a great improvement over Windows XP in terms of flexibility, but unfortunately there are so many options that it can be confusing, especially since there's no specific mention of USB Flash drives in the options.
Open your Control Panel, and then click on "Play CDs or other media automatically" to open the AutoPlay dialog.
Disable AutoPlay Globally.
The quickest way to disable AutoPlay entirely is to just uncheck the box for "Use AutoPlay for all media and devices", which should usually work.
I don't think so you have described properly your problem.
1. USB cable to Casing its completely a USB Device/Drive so where you plugged it? 2. "The Laptop does not see the drive or the USB adapter when its plugged in" you mean BIOS? 3. Windows 7 Pop Up Autoplay window what opens when you try to open it?
try going to my computer, then selecting under "devices with removable storage" the one that says coolpix, camara, something along those lines. mine says "nikon D40". double click on that (if it's there) and that should be it. mine doesnt autoplay either.
Open up Windows Explorer. Attach one of the drives to the computer. If it shows up as a new drive in Explorer (it may take a second or two), the problem would be with your Autoplay settings. One of the media types on the drive may be configured to "do nothing," so it would appear to do nothing if you are only looking for the autoplay window to pop up.
first you attach the webcam..
->put driver cd into drive
->let it to autoplay and detect if possiBle or browse and find the appropriate driver... only then your web cam will be detected"new hardware found"
autoplay is disabled..
to enable go to:
1. control panel
2. performance and maintenance
3. administrative tools
5. right click shell hardware detection
7. change startup to automatic
edit the registry
3. type "regedit" without the quotes
8. Cdrom. AutoRun = 1 <---this is the right label
remeber to back up yopur registry before tampering with it!!!
Not sure about this one. From your description it sounds like your autoplay isn't working as it should but even if that was the case the camera should show up as an extra drive. Fixing the autoplay is no problem. If you pm me with your Email address I can send you the patch that fixes it.
With windows Xp when you connect any media to the PC including a blank CDR the autoplay should bring up a box asking what you want to do with it. If it doesn't then the Autoplay is either off or needs fixing.
Do you have XP service pack 1 or 2 or no service pack at all. Quite often upgrading to service pack 2 can mess with the autoplay feature. If you don't have either service pack then now would be a good time to update. Just installing the service pack can often fix numerous problems.
To check which service pack you have just right click on the My Computer icon and select properties. Then look under where it reads System to see if you have any service pack.