While trying to install the software for the Delstar DS 821 I got a message that the software is not certified by MS for XP. Is there a driver from Delstar to fix this problem? Also, I cannot find a web site with Delstar for support. Does one exist?
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A Webcam needs to have what is called a 'driver' installed before you can use it: this is what your PC/Laptop is prompting you for. Your Webcam would have come with an installation CD that has the required driver (and installation steps). If it did not, then it may be a 'plug-and-play' webcam that is natively supported by (Microsoft) operating system and in which case it would have been automatically detected if allowed to. Hope it helps.
If you are running Windows 98 First or Second Edition, you may want to use the driver CD that came with your player and install the driver. If it is not supported by Windows 98 First Edition, upgrade to Second Edition. If you are using Windows 2000 or XP, you may want to check on the Device Manager to see if the player is connected. If the selected player shows an "?", it means you will need to update the driver. Run the Update Driver wizard, and install the player as removable disk.