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Today's laptops and desktop computers are more user-friendly. As more people start use computers, operating systems, software and hardware accessories are coming with better instruction manuals and streamlined interfaces. Here are a few basic steps to hook up your computer no matter which brand you bought.
Connect the power cable to the back of the computer tower. The male end of this plug is often on the computer, but it is recessed into the casing. Once this power plug is connected, you don't want to plug it into an outlet until the entire computer is set up. Attach the monitor cables to the back of the monitor and then to the back of the computer tower. This cable will probably be the VGA type, which has a wide set of prongs in the middle and two screws on the outside. Be sure to twist the screws in to ensure the cable has a solid connection. Secure the monitor's power cable to the back of the monitor and then plug it into an outlet or power strip. Attach the mouse to the USB port on the back of your keyboard. The keyboard then plugs into another USB port on the back of the computer tower. Turn on the computer and the monitor.
If the computer powers up but the monitor doesn't display anything, make sure the VGA monitor cable is secured. If the status light on your monitor doesn't turn on, check the power cable connection. Check that the mouse and keyboard work once the computer turns on. Now you can hook up other devices, such as a printer or a web cam. A printer often can connect to a USB port and also may have its own power cable; a web cam usually just plugs into a USB or firewire port.
They may two types of problem in PC one software corrupted or second may hardware failure. Every branded PC has their mother board disc. you can find it in the box packing of your PC usually they provide installation manual, mother board disc etc on the purchase. search for motion eye web cam driver in the mother board disc before installing it uninstall previous web cam driver from add or remove programs.In case of hardware failure contact service center.
connect the cam and PC using 4 pin firewire cable.
Switch on the cam.
Open Windows Movie Maker and import the video from device.
You can then use Move Maker to any disc burning software like Nero to create the movie disks.
Try to locate the camera driver and do a update also might be a fix download for the Crystal Eye Cam through Acer Or another download site. Another idea would be to get a driver Program which checks all your drivers on the main items like keyboard, web cam , mouse, monitor, graphics the one i use is DriverDetective works great!
You can go to the website to download the install disc here is the link and the instructions. If that doesn't work I would assume the cam is not compatible with vista. http://www.manhattan-support.com/driver-multimedia.shtml#460064
Make sure that the USB web camera is physically
disconnected from your computer.
Driver CD into cd-rom drive and allow
autorun menu to appear.
Proceed with installation by explicitly following
steps 1 through 3 of the autorun installation menu, restarting where
Connect the USB Web Camera to your PC.
Allow time for Camera drivers to be detected and
installed. Ignore all Windows logo certification (or similar)
messages and proceed with installation.
Click on Windows Start Menu and execute the Pharoah Eye software
Note: make sure it is unplugged before you begin installation. Good luck, Lee
Check with JVC and your manual to ensure that this camera can be used as a still camera when connected to the PC. I think even some high end cameras do not have this functionality. You don't say which version of Windows you are running.
I would check with JVC's web site or on your driver disc to see that there are WDM / TWAIN drivers to allow your GZ-MG130 to be seen as an imaging device in Windows.