HI I INSTALL THE GIGICAM DRIVERS BUT MY 26379 WONT
MY CAMERA WONT SHOW UP ON MY WINDOWS XP PRO MY COMPUTER FOLDER --WHAT CAN THIS PROBLEM BE--BUT THE DUAL 1300 SHOWS UP IN MY ROXIO CAPTURE PROGRAM ---BUT IT WILL NOT UPLOAD THE PHOTOS I HAVE ON THERE --IT WILL SAY THE CAMERA HAS NO PHOTOS ON IT--BUT INDEED I HAVE 8 PICTURES ON IT
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Re: HI I INSTALL THE GIGICAM DRIVERS BUT MY 26379 WONT
Try another USB port, on the back of the computer. My fromt ones are low power and dont work on half of my devices! Also, reboot the PC when the camera is plugged in, maybe itll pick it up. The camera may be drive mode and not picture mode. I have seen some strange things on 3rd party cameras. My Sony DSC-30 puts all videos in a folder that Picasa never sees, or deletes. I found a 2 year old video in there when I was looking around on the memory stick.
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Take a m/c. dump xpsp2 full media to a folder. download and extract controller drivers from hp.com/supportand drivers to a folder.run windows unattended CD Creater and create iso file .burn it to media and install .
NVidia Chipset,(install and reboot before other drivers), here
NVIDIA GeForce 8200 Nvidia ForceWare X 179.28 for Windows XP/2K 32bit, here
3-step process to install: 1. Download driver, double click and select extract, 2. Download modded INF and replace original INF in extracted folder, 3. Install & reboot.
or you may try other versions, joint their forum for further details
Note: If you found errors (hopefully it has been fixed) when installing Nvidia 8200M G video driver, you need to force install the driver. Pieter's INF forgot to put hardware ID for 8200M G, see this post.
MS-UAA (required with a reboot before Audio, Modem and nForce HDMI Audio drivers), here
Conexant SmartAudio 221 (fix microphone problem by forum user) here
How to install: Unzip to a folder.run installer.
if it errors use Device Manager. From Device Manager,right click "Audio Device on HD",choose Update driver, No to connect, Install from a list or specific location,
Select Don't Search, I will choose the driver to install, For the Hardware Type select 'Show All Devices' Remove the check from "Show Compatible Hardware" and click on "Have Disk". Next...browse to the unzipped folder and choose the "WiSVHe5.inf". Ignore XP when it complains. Reboot.
Conexant HDAUDIO Soft Data Fax Modem with SmartCP Driver, here
Hi! try to check if the driver for the webcam is installed on the machine, go to start->right click on my computer->properties->hardware->device manager. Check if the driver is there, uninstall and reinstall the driver by following the steps below:
1.Click Start > My Computer. 2.Double-click the icon for XP (C:) drive. 3.You may see a message saying "These files are hidden". Click the Show the contents of this folder option. 4.Double-click the Applications folder. 5.Double-click the Drivers folder. 6.Inside this folder you will see folders for each device you can re-install, for example, Audio. 7.Double-click the folder and look for an icon called Setup.exe or Install.exe. 8.Double-click the icon and follow any on-screen instructions to re-install the driver. 9.After installing drivers it is recommended that you restart your computer.
***you have to run a program or a software (yahoo messenger, etc) for you to test if the webcam if it is working or not***
Unfortunately, Logitech has chosen not to support this camera under Windows Vista or Windows 7. Thus there are no current drivers for Win7. There is a way to install your camera if you have Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate: install the XP mode (a virtual computer). Install the camera to the virtual computer. You may need to save the files to an external media to share them between the two "machines".
I believe you are using a sata drive not ide, correct? The problem is that vista has built in drivers to support your boards sata/raid controller, winxp does not. to work around this you need to go here - http://www.abit.com.tw/page/en/download/download_driver_detail.php?pFILE_TYPE=Driver&pMAIN_TYPE=Motherboard&pTITLE_ON_SCREEN=KN8+Ultra&pSOCKET_TYPE=Socket%20939 Abit website. for your board - socket 939. KN8 ultra file called NVRaid Installation disk. click on picture, it will download the zip file. extract the files to an empty folder (create one). Then run RFDgen.exe program. It will create the floppy you will need. I hope you have a floppy drive, if not try a usb one. If it has a problem creating the floppy, copy the files in the folder floppydisk to your floppy. there is a readme.txt file in that folder as well that should help explain which option you should select when you install windows. So... once you have the floppy start your computer up with xp disk in and as the screen turns blue, you will see at the bottom of the screen a message - press F6 to select additional drivers. Do just that, a couple of times to be sure. then it changes to press F2, just sit back and wait. eventually it will come to a screen asking if you want to specify additional drivers. press S and the next screen will show you the drivers it found on the floppy. select the one for your configuration (can be changed in the bios). and then windows will load fine. this is necessary for all new systems with sata/raid installing xp. take care.
If you have windows ME/2000/XP/VISTA, drivers are not needed as windows will auto-detect the device. When you plug it in to the usb on the pc, windows will say "found new device", and then install the appropriate drivers.. From, go into My Computer, there should be a new drive there (could be called DMC, panasonic, digital camera, or just a driver letter like L:\), double click on that folder, then in the DCIM folder should be your pictures.. If you have windows 98/98SE, you can download the driver from HERE