Have installed the driver on the CD, but when I plug in the easycap grabber it will not recognise the device and gives two messages "C:\Windows\system32\mmci.dlll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error.! Other error message "Windows could not load the installer for MEDIA"
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hi, the 64 bit driver may be the issue , somehow it's not correctly installed or using a 32bit driver, remove step back on system restore so there's no trace of the installed driver, or un-install however there may be some entries in the registry left behind... okay reboot.... just plug in the device. Does Win7 install a driver ?? I had a issue with similar hardware in Win 8 however it did solve it and it's working now..
You may have difficulty obtaining drivers for 64 bit operating systems. There may not one available yet. Contact the manufacturer's website to see if there are updated drivers ready for download. If there aren't any listed, then your grabber will only work on 32 bit systems.
That should link you to the drivers for your usb capture card. I believe the category you must select is "USB Video & Audio Grabber". Make sure you choose the correct model. The directions should be pretty straightforward to follow. If you can't find the directions, I've posted them below. • Download the DC60+ Video grabber with audio drivers and utilities file to your computer. • Unzip this file to a directory you will remember, such as DC60+. • Uninstall the old drivers for Video adapter with audio from your computer at first, and leave your DC60+ Video grabber with audio plugged into your PC or laptop. • Run setup.exe, from the directory file. • Plug DC60+ Video grabber with audio into your PC or laptop, and click "OK" or "Next" to update the latest drivers. Please find the installation step through Quick Installation Guide or Software and driver CD. Name: dc60+ driver.rar
Solution #1 has misread the question. The question would be better worded: "I have a 1/4" to USB guitar cable manufactured (or marketed) by ProSound ...". This device should be recognised by Windows as a Plug 'n' Play device. There are no drivers to install. If Windows does not recognise the device, it might be a fault with the cable or Plug 'n' Play. If this a Maplin A54HZ cable, there is an LED at the USB end which lights when connected. My A54HZ was recgnised by XP Pro SP3 straight away and self installed.
this problem is due to usb driver not properly installed. do one thing plug that device in another pc and watch whether it is recognised or not. if it recognised then u will have to install usb driver from ur motherboard cd and if not that then u need driver for that device to work properly in ur pc and u get that driver in the device manufacturer cd or website. for this search go to www.google.com.
when you are advised to connect the usb adapter, it will recognise it, then the usb host controller is installed to recognise the adapter,but it should continue to instal the driver and then recognise it as Belkin 54g, if not, then you need to keep the cd rom in and then force it to install the driver from your cd drive, but it may not be compatable with ME unles you have a windows 2000 driver.
When the installation is complete you should in any case have the belkin software icon on your desktop to set up the adapter, if not then the software has not installed fully.
It will also be listed in add/remove programmes if it's fully installed.