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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can't install my multimedia as these files are missing. I tried reinstalling the drivers but it needed these files which I can't download even after I have inserted the Windows XP Cd. Can you please help me with this also let me know how I can download these files from the net.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
Got a web camera. Didn't work. Said, I needed "kstvtune.ax" and a couple other small files. Couldn't find them anywhere, or downloadable versions. Listened to a lot of advice on blogs. Nothing worked. Finally, I went to the Microsoft Website and downloaded Service pack 3 AGAIN for Windows XP, from scratch. Takes time to download, even at high speed, but it's worth it. First try my camera worked beautifully. THIS IS THE FREE FIX THAT REALLY WORKS! It will get you all the files you need, which may have been knocked off by virus scans, or whatever caused the lack of files for your web camera. Go do it!
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
When the install comes up requesting this file, you will want to open a file search for it on your C: drive. Remember to make sure that under the advanced search options you enable searching of hidden files and system files. At least one copy will come up, and it should be in an i386/cab folder or something to that effect. When you see the file in the search, right click it and then select "extract" from the menu. Extract the file to your desktop or to a documents folder whose path you can navigate to easily.
Once you have the file extracted from your cab folder, give the path you extracted it to when the computer asks where to find the file. You should then be able to install the freshly extracted version of it.
With the customer I had, two or three more files were requested in the same manner, so the process had to be repeated several times before this step of the installation would finish
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Try update your DirectX to the latest version.
Download DirectX from: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...DisplayLang=en
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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