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As you have mentioned that you are not able to see the Web cam on the system. I would like you to please try and check if the drivers for the webcam are installed on the system, if, the drivers are not there then you might have received the webcam disc at the time of buying the system. So, run the disc and install the drivers for the same
Also I would like to tell you to please check if you get any error messages while opening the web cam application
O HP SpacePilot 3D é uma versão OEM do SpacePilot da 3D Connexion - voce pode baixar os drivers da página http://www.3dconnexion.com/service/drivers.html selecionando a opção PRODUCTS > OLD PRODUCTS > SPACEPILOT . Marque também a opção "Also show archived* software" para ver drivers e plug-ins de softwares especificos, como AutoCAD, Maya, Blender, MicroStation, etc. Boa sorte!
HP SpacePilot 3D is an OEM version of 3D Connexion's SpacePilot controller - you can download its drivers from the following link: http://www.3dconnexion.com/service/drivers.html . Select PRODUCTS > OLD PRODUCTS > SPACEPILOT . You should also mark the "Also show archived* software" option to look for specific plug-ins and drivers for some programs like AutoCAD, Maya, Blender, MicroStation, etc. Good luck!
Before connecting the camera you need to download and install camera software. Go to the manufacturer website and download camera software. Keep camera disconnected untill asked by driver setup program.
What is the OS of your computer? This Targus mouse would work with Win 98, Win 2000 and Win XP. Vista was not mentioned. And if you are running Windows Vista for you laptop, then that could be the reason why it was not recognized by the computer.
Is this the wireless optical mouse? If yes, you need to follow the steps below to isolate the problem:
1. Connect the USB receiver into different USB ports of the computer. 2. Replace the batteries with the fresh ones. 3. Try connecting the mouse into different computer to see if you've got a defective mouse.
If you've tried everything and got the same problem, you may need to refer to the manufacturer, because I'm not sure if this mouse is a Plug-n-Play device or if it needs a driver.
If you do not have the CD that came with the key board you can go to there web site and get them from there altrnativly if you look in side program files on your hard drive and find the folder that IPaq is in you may find the files for your hardwear there failing all that if you have windows XP OR Windows Vista just disconect your keyboard turn of your PC and start you pc without your keyboard pluged in when you hear a bleep plug your key board into the USB port and you PC will recognise your hardwear and find the information that it needs to start up your keyboard