Question about Linksys WVC54GCA Network Camera
WVC54GCA Camera will not connect wirelessly, it connects with the cable and the setup sees it, but when getting to the point of wireless..no go..
1st You download Webcam Driver.
WVC54GCA camera - setup is ok with cable install but once going to wireless, no go using Belkin N1 router
After this install the Webcam driver in the system.
Installation of Webcam Driver
Go to the control panel
Click on the System Icon
Click on the Hardware Tab
Click on the Device Manager s
Select the Unknown Device or printer device where yellow Question Marks sign on it.
Right click on it and uninstall it.
After this go to the top of the device manager and click on scan for hardware changes.
Driver installation Wizard start.
Brows Your Driver from the Hard Disk and click on next.
Driver will be install.
Posted on Jan 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: in trying to setup a
disconnecting the Camera from the USB port and reinstall the CD or
Downloaded software program. When the program asks you to connect
the camera to the USB port, do so and it should work.
Then to use it on the Web do this.
Web Camera’s have to be setup on the program they are to be used with. Just installing the camera on your computer does not set it up to broadcast on messengers or Skype.
Each program has Options that have to be setup in order for the Audio and Video to function properly.
A. Skype Setup:
After downloading and installing Skype (http://www.skype.com/intl/en-gb/download/skype/windows/beta/downloading/ ) set it up as follows:
B. Yahoo Setup:
After downloading and installing Yahoo Messenger (http://www.soft32.com/download_30.html ) set it up as follows:
When done both the Audio and Video will function properly so you can chat and see family or friends you are connected to.
Hope this helps. Bud
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Contact me on my e-mail address to give you more details: email@example.com.
I have a Wireless IP camera (aka Network Camera) model Y-Cam White and here is the link so you can have an idea about it: http://www.y-cam.com/y-cam-white .
I will try to solve your problem after providing me with a few more important details.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
SOURCE: Lost connection
There is no solution to this. It is a problem inside Linksys wireless cameras. The video transfer is one program and the I am alive and configuration part is another program. Both using two different wireless protocols.
So the SETUP function requires it be very close...under a few feet away from wireless access point to get it connected. Once connected you can move the camera to other locations.
However, this will only last for about 12 hours, 26 is the most I ever got.
And then you are done.
It is so brittle that after days of playing with it, I set it up and had it working at 11:00pm ,and go to bed at 11:15. At 11:22 it breaks.
Essentially too brittle of software to make it work in professional setting and requires lots of maintenance.
Cameras work pretty well when software keeps them connected.
Setup software is very amateurish and bugs galore! Take a quick 5 minute look and you will see what I mean
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
Step 1 Position your Belkin wireless G router.
Place your wireless G router in a wide open and central location. Don't connect the power plug into the router, yet. Make sure your computer is turned off.
Step 2 Connect all the devices.
Find the Ethernet cable that connects your PC to the modem. Unplug the Ethernet cable from your PC and insert it into the wireless G router's WAN port. You should have an additional Ethernet cable that came with your router. Take this cable and plug one end into one of the LAN ports on the router. Then connect the other end to your PC's Ethernet port.
Step 3 Turn on your modem, router, and PC.
Plug the power plug adapter into the modem. Turn on the modem. It'll take approximately 30 seconds for the modem to boot up. Connect the power plug adapter to the router and the other end into a power strip or outlet. Like the modem, it'll take about 30 seconds for the router to boot. Turn on your PC.
Step 4 Verify lights are on for your devices.
Make sure the following lights are on for your router: power, WAN, and LAN light. If you don't see any of them lit, confirm these devices are turned on. Make sure the Ethernet cable connections are installed correctly.
Step 5 Install and configure software.
Use the setup wizard application to configure your Belkin wireless G router. Set up features, such as creating your password and setting up your time zone. Continue to follow the setup wizard so you can configure ?other settings
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