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Re: Transcent JFV30 Pendrive Driver
There are no drivers required to detect and access a flashdrive or even a Transcend PenDrive JFV30 under Windows XP or Vista. They are however needed for other Operating System such as Windows 98. Should this be the case, the drivers may be found here. If under XP or Vista, the pendrive could not be accessed/detected, then it is not the pendrive's drivers (or lack thereof) that should be the concern, it is the USB interface/drivers of the PC. Vista has been known to have major issues with USB and has issued a patch/upgrade/update here. XP SP1 has its own issues and the Microsoft patch/upgrade/update is here.
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connect the pen drive to the USB, then your OS will auto detect it, open my computer, look for something like this " Removable Media" and a new drive letter with it (D,E,F,J etc)
just right click and format...
Have you tried to use the pen drive in another computer. If the pen drive does not work in another pc then this pen drive could be fried. There is whats called "Safety Removal Hardware" This should be used before removing any hardware from the pc. Also have you ensured that all the updates have been carried out on that computer?
Hi you can give this a shot http://www.mingjong.com.tw/eipe/front/bin/ptlist.phtml?Category=100012
it appears this particular cam is usb and most usb and some usb devices have the driver software embedded in the hardware which gets installed when you plug them in depending on the version of usb port and operating system you are using, although i searched by the "mikomi webcam model ap 7120u" model and number i came up empty but when i entered the "ap 7120u" i came up with a slew of models to choose from none of which had a driver download area so i'm posting this in hopes your model might be here!
Code 10 refers to device not starting which can mean either hardware failure, corrupt drivers or wrong driver.
The K7S5A uses either an SiS 7012_111 or an CMedia AC97 depends on the audio chipset installed in your motherboard version.
Google for the necessary drivers and try which ever will work.
Good luck and kind regards.