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Techweb 1 - Blue screen appears when camera plugged in

I have installed the software but each time I plug in the camera the laptop crashes with a blue screen. Help.
Also I have an email address i have used for 2 years but the registration page tells me it is invalid. Help again
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Have you tried downloading the newest software/driver package from the camera manufacturer's website? The ones on their websites are often better and more stable than the ones published on their CD's.

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