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The rescue disc that can only be made on your laptop by your laptop contains the required drivers. The Vista DVD on has generic drivers and may have specific drivers missing. Are you attempting a fresh install or are there fragments of an old troublesome system still there? If there is fragments left, after checking that the rescue/restore data is no longer on the hard drive, format the drive first and try again. It should then work.
try vista 64bit drivers in comaptibility mode : ftp://download.epson-europe.com/pub/download/3200/epson320037eu.exe
or http://www.epson.co.uk/Printers-and-All-In-Ones/Inkjet/Epson-Stylus-Photo-950/Drivers-Support;jsessionid=9D04CFD2620C69BE4D14D5BF18139530.acc2-new# try to install the drivers in compatibility mode right click on setup go to properties go to compatibility set it to windows vista 64bit hit ok run setup as administrator ignore any error and hit continue anyway during installation restart pc
FAT32. The File System used by Win98SE that has no security like NTFS file/user permissions. The lack of FAT32 security may be your answer to a lot of problems with FSX. Mine was a license issue + couldn't install ACCELERATOR pack. Windows 7 offers all the tools to create a FAT32 from available space from your C drive. ControlPanel>>AdminTools>>ComputerManagement>>Storage>>DiskManagement. Right Click on Drive C and click "shrink volume". Set shrink size to just under 32 GIGABYTES. Then format it as FAT32, Reinstall FSX into the FAT32 partition and ENJOY!!!. The install may take almost 2 hours so just let it sit. This (installing into) FAT32 thing will solve so many issues. In NTFS, if security on one file it tries to access - fails or a service FSX needs to run fails THE APP WILL FAIL!!!!
message means there is no working operating system(OS) installed on the harddisk, like windows XP,vista or a lunix version. if you have a working cd-rom, i use a win 98 install cd that boots from startup then install win98 to find out if there are any hardware issues. if the invalid OS was a version that used the NTFS file system the drive will have to be re-formatted/erased to install win98. if you have a bootable cd-rom version of the OS you use or if the factory IBM restore partition is intact you can use them. they may not save any data you have on the drive. if you have data you need to retrive from the disk drive it is a different procedure.
hope youre not trying to install it using the old serial number on the sticker on your case? It should have come with a new serial number to install. You also have to have XP or Vista to perform an upgrade otherwise you need a full installation CD.
Did you connect your webcam to your PC before you started your installation? Most of these hardwares expect you to install the software first. They will ask for the hardware later on during the installation.
Also, check you have used the correct driver for the OS.
When you try to load up the drivers for the device you get an error that states that your data is invalid. Here is the fix as I found it on the web. I wish that I had marked where I found it, but didn’t.
Why do I get the message "data is invalid" when installing a device driver under WindowsXP? This error appears to be due to a protection problem in the Windows registry and can occur with a variety of drivers (sound cards and SCSI drivers have been reported). To fix this problem, go to Start, Run... and type "regedit" without the quotes to run the Registry Editor. Navigate to:
You will see a number of keys of the form "VEN_xxxx", where xxxx are strings like "1102&DEV_0004&SUBSYS_00011103&REV_04". Under each of these folders will be another folder with a long numerical name. Open each folder and look for the "DeviceDesc" which matches the hardware you are trying to install. Right Click on the "VEN_xxxx" for that device and select 'Permissions' and then tick "Allow" for "Full Control". Close Regedit and then continue with the installation of your device.