Question about Samsung Video Cameras
I believe I may have a trojan, malware, or some sort of hacker accessing my computer. There are strange users,drivers, and hidden files on my computer. I believe it may have been accessed via my samsung galaxy III and/or my homegroup/wifi connection. Do you have any advise or tips for me?
It is not always easy and even possible to recognize drivers.
First of all you could download a freeware analyzer, such as you can find here:
It will scan your computer for such files and may remove them.
If your problems persist, things get more difficult.
One way to go is installing the next free Microsoft tool:
This Process Explorer will show you all processes running on your computer and display the manufacturer's name of the driver or application.
There you may check for "anonymous" or "suspect" entries, copy over their name and run a google search on them. There are plenty of sites that show reports.
This type of analysis is tedious, but may point in the direction of offending software.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I assume you put the camera into vcr mode after connecting the cable? Are you sure you've got the cable plugged in to the correct places both on the camera and on the PC? The camera won't register until it's turned on, and it may require play mode.
Posted on Sep 14, 2005
win vista and win 7doesn't support usb streaming. the usb driver for this model would not be compatible with your computer's OS. although, you were able to download PMB still this wouldn't work, it's basically an alternative software that you can use with the newer OS. still the device driver would not be installed. and you would get a message that "ilink connection is not detected". the reason you get that is bec the camcorder and the software is intended for use with the dv (ilink or ieee1394) connection. so if your computer has an ieee1394 card and you have a compatible ilink cable,then your good to go,it should be a plug-and-play connection (no drivers required). all you need then would be a video capturing software (like win moviemaker) to transfer videos from tape to PC. hope this helps. thanks :)
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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