When i start PLaunch.exe (the file which was installed with driver) nothing hapened. I think the program should start. I
tried to reinstall, but problem is the same. Whene i looked what
drivers are registred in Windows, i saw that there is no drivers for my
Genius Mouse Pen 8x6. Please help me.
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If you have windows XP you need to install 2 files
UAA Bus and the sound driver.
1- Download and Install UAA
2- Download and Install Driver
(If you have installed another Operating System please reply)
After doing a bit of reading, it seems the Brother MFC-240C model is discontinued. I didn't see any support for windows 7, so what we can try is changing the compatibility.
1) Uninstal the suite/drivers, then restart your computer. 2) Reinstall the suite/drivers and restart your computer once again. 3)Look for BrCtrCen.exe in the directory of where ever the suite is installed. Should be either C:\Program Files (x86)\Brother\ControlCenter3\BrCtrCen.exe (for 65 bit windows) C:\Program Files\Brother\ControlCenter3\BrCtrCen.exe (For 32 bit windows) 4) Right click BrCtrCen.exe, go to compatibility options and set the compatibility to vista.
Information source: http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/6086-brother-mfc-240c.html
i did install the driver from pinnicle that says it will work up to xp.
its not hard but follow these steps, and ignore all these people that are saying it wont work, and throwing them out.
the problem, the install is not compatible with vista, so you change the compatibility of the file to xp pro. its easy here:
1. download the driver from pinnacle, its: PCLEUSB.exe 2. dont install it yet 3. right mouse click 4. hit the 'compatibility' tab 5. check the 'run this program in compatabilty mode for:' 6. scroll and select 'windows xp (service pack 2)' 7. also check the 'run this program as an administrator box' 8. click the 'apply button'
click and run the file, its going to think its running under xp.
dont plug in the usb for the dazzle. wait for the install the driver.
when its done plug in the dazzle, it will look for the driver it will find it and will install it, since you ran the pcleusb.exe. hell the dazzle thinks its running in xp. now any software will use it and it will be in all you video software as the "dazzle dvc80" in video options and same for audio. works great, clean video and clean audio. just like new.
Go to a command prompt (CMD) by navigatinf to START->RUN and typing CMD
In the command prompt, type
Type c:\Program Files\Common Files\InstallShield\Driver\8\Intel 32\IDriver.exe -Embedding
Then run your setup.exe or install.exe of the prog you are trying to install...
If this doesnt run, think there must virus infection in all your system...
Does any other setup files runs in your system?
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I am of the mind to do a complete reinstall of the operating system including flash the BIOS even if it is the same version. I worked many hours tracking down and thinking you found every part of the problem on to hit an .EXE and it all starts over again....I just clean out everything and start fresh. If you tell us what make and model of computer along with the operating system it is we can direct you to the drivers for the reinstall. Some off those programs - for example AOL seem to be virus magnets. (if it is a dell it is really simple if you just put in your service code- it give you your particular driver of your computer.) That is what I would do...Or you can keep hunting. please leave rating,,,thank you
If they don't have one, try using the compatibility wizard.
Download the latest driver available from the canon web site
To open the program compatibility wizard
1. click the Start button
2. click Control Panel
3. click Programs
4. click Use an older program with this version of Windows
5. browse to the program's setup file, usually called Setup.exe, Install.exe, or something similar. The wizard is not designed to work on programs that have an .msi file name extension.
I've had a similar problem - I unplugged the tablet from the PC and back in again, the PC recognised it as new and reinstalled it straight away (this is on XP). The first time the driver stopped responding I had unplugged the tablet because intended to deal with problem later. Plugged back in - worked. Twice now. I've restarted to see if the driver stopped again and if I would have to re-plug the tablet, didn't need to, I guess it's a solution to keep in mind next time this comes up.