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My Canon PIXMA MP500, purchased in mid-2006, came with the (then) ScanSoft OmniPage SE2 software on a CD. The PC had WinXP Installed. I had no use for the ScanSoft it so I made no effort to install it. Fast Forward: Two PC crashes later, July 2009. Using Win Vista Home Premium LOST, important WinWord document file, only a hard copy available. I tried to recover, scanning the "Xerox" copy. The SE Version of OmniPage was very complicated but I succeeded in producing a replacement *.doc file.
It appears that newer editions of WinVista contain the right printer drivers for this Canon Model.
Sound and audio device is not working because of the following problems
1.Problem related with sound driver
Solution: Re install the sound driver from u r motherboard CD.If u use PCI sound card install the driver software from the CD given by the vendor
2.Inorder to check u r sound driver related problem.....go to...Device manager....> audio devices.....> if there any Yellow coloured question mark on the sound device problem related with driver software.
3.May u r sound hardware is not working.....if it is on board card then add any PCI sound card and intall the software from the CD u will get the sound
The hardware has to be vista compatible and the manufacturer can provide the vista driver for that hardware. If they do not support vista for your hardware, then it is not vista compatible. Microsoft has a lot of drivers for a lot of devices, but there are more devices out there that are not ready for vista. Goto the device manufacturer and see if they have a driver for vista.
usually if you buy a camera, gadgets etc will bundled with a cd which is driver actually. if your operating system is vista, then you must make sure that the camera will work in that operating system. You can read it on the manual or etc or in the box. install the software in the cd first before you plug the camera into your pc. the software must be included with the appropriate driver.
its because windows vista runs under 64 bit computing which has compatibility problems, u'll have to get the 64 bit cd from the retailer u bought the mobile from or atleast mention your phone manufacturer and model so i can search for its driver that accepts installation on 64 bit computers.
As an adhoc solution you may try to download drivers for XP SP2, tell the driver installation applet to search for drivers from the folder you downloaded them to when it tells you this driver was not made for Vista tell it to install them anyway. It may not work but as this manufacturer is no longer in the modem biz vista is not supported by them at this time.