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I've removed vista and installed XP Windows and I've been having a problem with an intra-oral camera. The hardware is not recognizing the camera software. Why is that ? Doesn't it mean that I have a driver problem ?

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Yes. You can verify it by going it into the Device Manager. Click Start, on the Run box, type devmgmt.msc. If you see an (!) with a yellow background, the device driver needs updating.

What is the model of the camera?

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ok ...what you have to do if it do not see your cam ..is fist go to the add remove software ...in the control panel ...and remove any driver related to the camera..
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