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Do you Connect the camera to the computer or do you insert the SD Card into the computer,
What usually happens when you buy a new camera and you want to get photo's off it is you do one of the above, if you connect the camera to the computer it will need to install the drivers, this is important for the camera to be accessed from the computer. Once done you should be able to access the camera from "My Computer" and images will be in a folder called "DCIM"
It Converts video and animated images to diversified video formats for different multimedia devices; supports conversion of audio MP3, WMA, WAV, RA, M4A, AAC, AC3, OGG.; retains original sound and video quality; fast conversion speed.
it sounds to me that the graphics card is faulty, with graphics cards they generally dont need an initial driver for them to work, they just use the minimal grahics they have so that you can boot your pc, once loaded up with windows then the grahics drivers get installed, in my veiw your best bet is to get hold of another graphics card.
Well when you first turn your computer on where it counts up the memory it usually tells you what kind of video card you have. Barring that it's either an Nvidia or an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator. you can go to http://gd.panam.acer.com/home/ and punch in your notebook model number and such and then it will take you to a page with either driver. Select the Nvidia one first and it should tell you if you don't have that video card then you can do the other one. If not install the Intel driver. Once you get a driver to install and find out what kind of card you have then you need to go to www.intel.com or www.nvidia.com and get the newest driver available. I know at Nvidia you can just download one driver and it will autodetect your videocard and install the right one for you.
I have just come off the phone to canon and they advised me that they have and will not have for some time any drivers for any Canon product that is running with Windows 7, which i think sucks... a huge company such as Canon and they are wayyy behind on technoligy, i told them i have installed Windows 7 and they told me im better off going back to XP which i will do, i was also informed that they are expecting Microsoft to release the driver for my MP600 to run on Vista 64 bit. omg that is old now and who wants a 64 bit pc anyway lol more trouble than they are worth but i guess Canon will eventually have the drivers i need one day but they are very much on the back seat at the moment.
If you are looking to transfer the videos from the Camcorder to your computer you will need a firewire card otherwise you can only view the videos and cant transfer them. If cant even view them then choose the option "Search for drivers from the internet" option and windows will automatically find the compatible driver for you.
Download and install the correct driver for the monito as well as the deiver for your video card, if the video is onboard, you may need the motherboard and AGP driver as well. You will probably need to boot in Safemode to do this.
You can only print to a 412 with a parallel cable. You can not use the USB port, That is for software upgrades.
You can go to Xerox.com, click on support and drivers, then in the search enter wcp412, click search then click Downloads and drivers, DOwnload both the PCL Print Driver and also its good to have control center on your computer.
The print driver is all you need to have to print ot the machine once you have the parallel port connected. When you select the driver and it starts loading you want to load it to a LPT1 port.
This webcam comes with ArcSoft Video Impressions. Once the webcam is installed I would open up Video Impressions, go to New, Capture and click on the little eyeball looking thing for live view.
A black screen most commonly is that you are installing a nonVista certified webcam on a Vista machine. If this is the case, this webcam has workaround instructions located at www.jascoproducts.com, support, browse and update Vista and then scroll to the bottom of the page. You will see a PDF that you need to download and follow those instructions. It's not a guaranteed fix as this webcam is not Vista certified, but it may work.
If you are getting a VFW driver, you need to go to Microsoft.com and download the latest DirectX. This will give you the video driver you need.
I hope this helps!