I have a pd100 that I connect to my dell inspiron 1200 withILINK/USB, the computer says it does not recognized the component. Am i missing a drive? I would have thought it would have been identified by MM2, but no dice. I can't find a driver on SONY Professional site...if this is what i need...is it? Any help is much appreicated to get this baby up and running for youtube ventures.
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it's possible that image that your DSR system uses contains that problem you've been encountering. it's better to contact Dell about the problem. or if you can do it, reinstall your operating system using the discs included with your computer package. dell technical support can also help you with it. hope it helps
You mentioned that you uninstalled the unknown device from the Device manager. If you uninstall it then connected your usb flash drive you will see an error again on your device manager. This means that the driver for your usb port is not properly installed.
To install it, visit dell website, look for the model of your machine and locate the driver, download it then install from your machine.
This solution worked for me when I got the USB device not recognized message: http://www.infobarrel.com/USB_Port_Repair It can be quite frustrating. I've heard that older computers are more likely to have the USB device not recognized message.
Since the system is not seeing the batteries the apparent fault is the motherboard connection for the battery. If under warranty , contact Dell, in not, you can try and purchase a replacement motherboard on EBay.
The whole problem seemed to be tied up with McAfee antivirus. It seems that this program runs its own firewall settings that sometimes interfere with the computer's communication. Once this program was removed and another antivirus installed, but problem was resolved.
Verify on the label of the the memory Dimm that you installed that it is PC2700 SDRAM.
Memory Upgrade for Dell Inspiron 1200 Laptop, the Dell Inspiron 1200 Laptop takes the PC2700 DDR SDRAM SODIMMs. Memory Type, and comes installed with 256 MB (non-removable) of Memory. You can upgrade your Dell Inspiron 1200 Laptop to up to a maximum of 1280 MB Memory, the system has 1 socket to install Memory, already with 256 MB (non-removable) standard Memory installed. For best Laptop performance use the maximum amount of allowed Memory per slot for your Laptop. Standard Memory
256 MB (non-removable)
PC2700 DDR SDRAM SODIMMs.
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I think you may have misconfigured something because the problem is not in your DSR-11 try connecting it to a monitor and you will see the time stamp and picture as proof of what I am saying. The problem I think is that your Mac is not processing the time stamp correctly.
Try this link first it helped me:
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