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Once you have downloaded the modem driver please right click on the downloaded file and then select extract all.Now open the file that you have extracted and then select the kind of Window(most probably would be Windows Xp or Windows7) then once you have opened the file locate a file named setup.exe(file type application).All that you need to do now is double click on this file and follow the instructions and you should have the modem driver installed.When the installation is complete please do restart the computer once.
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rknal pls check your download speed, make sure your internet speed is okay for the download. check to make sure there is no protocol restriction and firewall or Access list site blocking on your link. i think this will help
The answer is posted by user Andreole on Amazon.com :The web is full of posts by irate purchasers of this little camera that simply couldn't get it to work. With good reason. The software that is shipped with the product is total junk. Fortunately what is available on-line is better. Here's how to solve the black screen problem on an XP. The key is not to allow the machine to install the driver for you. You must install the driver from the device manager in your system folder. The reality is that it is a nice little device ONCE you get it to work.
First, toss the software that came with the camera. Go to http://www.dynexproducts.com/pc-459-10-dynex-desktop-web-camera.aspx and download the software you actually need to run the device. (If you previously installed the software, it would be best to remove it before starting.) Download the new software, unzip it and you'll have a dynex folder containing an install file. With your camera NOT connected to your computer, install the software, including the WebCompanion2 program from ArcSoft (this will happen automatically after the Dynex software installs). Reboot if asked to do so. Hook up the camera. Abort any attempt by the computer to search for the needed driver itself. Go to your control panel and find your systems folder. In that folder, find the device manager under the hardware tab. Locate "imaging device" and locate the Dynex camera. Right click on it, then select "update driver". Again, don't let the computer find what you need. Opt to manually locate it and direct the computer to look to the dynex folder most likely on your desktop or found under Programs. Three drivers are found. Two certified and labeled "PC Cam", the other not certified and labeled "Dynex Cam". Select Dynex. That's it. Your camera should work.
Obviously, this is not the way these products should work. You should not have to go through so much grief just to install it.
the actual driver of the modem (or other devices) is the .inf and .sys files. So if these files are in the destination folder of u're modem driver, use them to update the driver (in device manager - hardware ...), if they are not, when u try to launch setup.exe the files will appear in doc and sett./username/local settings/temp.
But if it says " your driver is not compatible with your operation system !" than u have to look for other drivers....