Question about Canon PowerShot A40 Digital Camera
Another solution is to get a compact flash card reader and access your pix that way. No need for the Vista driver then. That's how I do it in my office. My Canon MP380 has a CompactFlash compatible card reader in it, so I just plug the memory card into that.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
Hi, you have unfortunatly met the same fate as a lot of unsuspecting people. VISTA does not support most older plugin devices or earlier version soft ware. It is possible to run an old old program designed for WIN 3.1 but none of the later top line products. It is the same for Hardware. My advice is to locate a set of drivers for your new computer system that work with XP and delete VISTA then install XP. Regards mistyman
Posted on Aug 09, 2007
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From Contour (makers of Rollermouse):
For Windows 7 system -32 bit.
We have a Beta 32 bit driver available, that should work with your mouse version.
Please note the information in the document attached in the driver zip-file.
Windows 7 system - 64 bit:
We are still waiting for the new Contour Windows 64 bit compatible driver.
There is however another option:
There is a third party freeware driver that works in XP, Vista and Win 7 - 32 and 64 bit.
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