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I need to boot Win7 by USB flash Drive created by a 2.5"FF SATA drive.


If you can tell your BIOS to use USB as the first boot device and the USB is from an ISO of Win7, it should work but your laptop won't be happy as the drivers may be wrong.

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Mustek 1200cp driver for win7


Such is the problem with many products for Win7. But Win7 64 bit seem to accept such drivers.

Nov 30, 2014 | Mustek Plug-n-Scan 1200 CP Flatbed Scanner

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I have a "i-nix NWC-15-2L


That means the win7 has already some driver installed in it.. Unistall the driver from win7 and reinstall your webcam driver from the CD which you got with your webcam (check whether its compatible with win7).. Hope this wil solve your problem

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Not install to windows7


may your win7 is win7 64bit but your camera driver is for win7 32bit, reinstall driver using driver for win7 64 bit

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Instaling windows 7 in vaio laptop have vista orginal windows how solving the problem in instaling windows 7?


if your system came with vista originally the issue would be is you would need to know what version of vista you have on your system, the version makes the difference if you have vista home premium then your windows 7 should be a win7 Home premium as well, because if you are upgrading vista using your win7 disc and your windows version are different for example you have vista Home premium and your win7 is win7 ultimate and you do an upgrade the problem will be your product key,

but if you have a retail version of win7 and you are installing it on your laptop Vaio insert the disc in the DVD-drive win7 needs a DVD reader to be able to install win7 if you have a cd-rom it wont work, then turn the laptop off power it back up keep on tapping f12 it should bring you a boot menu, select ODD or which ever is your dvd drive then press enter then enter again if it says on the screen press any key to boot to CD, this should begin win7 installation on the screen saying windows is loading files the so on ans so fort ^_^ this will over write everything in vista but in win7 it will still create a windows.old folder from vista only from the my documents folder my picture and my music and my video and desktop Items but remember application icons will not work on win7 you may need to reinstall the program again for it to work on win7 and yeah make sure that you choose custom/advance in the selection screen do no select upgrade unless you vista and win7 are the same version eg. Vista Home premium / Win7 Home premium ^_^

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HP TX1110us, custom install to win7, RC inoperable


To get the remote to work on Win7 you need to install the CIR driver. Check the driver download page for your product for the appropriate Win7 driver. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/genericSoftwareDownloadIndex?cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&softwareitem=ob-75405-1&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN If a Win7 driver is not available then the Vista driver will also work. Please check with this?Plz vote if this resolves issue.. Dreamkam

May 20, 2010 | HP Pavilion tx1000z Notebook

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The os win7 is not compactible with my softwares


many softwares are still not compatible with Win7....
so the best is to have 3 partitions and use one partition for you safe keep of data and the rest of the 2 partition for XP and Win7...multi-boot....kee using Xp with the current softwares and have win7 for the fun of having it...and keep adding the softwares to Win7 as they keep comming up...
C: XP
D: Win7
E: your critical Data
F: CD/DVD drive
and etc

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I have paperport 9.0 and I can't get it to work with Windows 7 which I just installed.


PaperPort 9 is not supported for Win7. You need to upgrade your product or use a Virtual computer running a different OS. PaperPort 10 is being tested with Win7. PaperPort 11.2 and PaperPort 12 are fully supported under Win7. (My household has PaperPort 11. It doesn't work consistently with Win7 and a generic Win7 driver for an older scanner.)

With Win7 Pro or Ultimate, you have the option of downloading and installing the XP mode. (This actually takes two downloads.) Once you are running the virtual XP computer, you can install the PaperPort 9 and the scanner (if you want to capture the files from there). To share images with the real computer, files may need to be stored to external media. Hardware can only be installed to one "computer" and you will be prompted to uninstall the device from the other computer.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Cant detect MSI 661FM3-V LAN driver for win7


eventually through continued research, i found out that this is a common issue with several mobo ang win7... SIS driver for LAN was the answer. i just downloaded the driver then install manually. although there is still no driver support intended for win7 as of the moment, vista driver does the trick...

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Print error when printing to HP PSC1210 WIN7


First question, are you using the correct driver for your printer on the Win7 platform.

That is the simplest thing to resolve.

Don

Dec 12, 2009 | HP PSC 1210 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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