Sorry, can not help you much here - the ones I have delt with all had proprietary motherboards (basically just a circuitboard), and was controlled by a Motorally 8088 chip which I programmed in HEX using the basic 8088 assembler instruction set. (It usally comes as a kit obtainable from most do-it-yourself electronic shops)
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See in the control panel how many versions of Java are installed.Un install all versions if you know no other programs on your machine are Java dependent, then reboot and Install a fresh copy of Java, make sure Java is enabled and automatic update is selected.
chose your brand then while intalling tell the intaller to look in the folder with the files, i just unzip the files to my desktop then when i plug my webcam in it will show a new device, then manualing show were the files are for the installer
I am having the same problem and have wasted half Christmas afternoon on this. I thought maybe it was because of sheer volume issues with all the new toys but I see you did it several days before Christmas.
I'm not liking this toy at all.
Try right clicking on your desktop, select properties, select the desktop tab, then in the bottom left of the window, select customize desktop. When the Desktop items window opens, click on Restore Default. If that does not work, you can also try a Microsoft power toy called Tweak UI. Its free and its a Power Toy that lets you adjust your windows user interface, including menu speed, window animation etc..
To start the Program Compatibility Wizard, click Start, click Help and Support, click Find compatible hardware and software for Windows XP, and then, under See Also in the navigation pane, click Program Compatibility Wizard.
To set the compatibility properties for a program manually
Right-click the program icon on your desktop or the shortcut on the Start menu for the program you want to run, and then click Properties.
Click the Compatibility tab, and change the compatibility settings for your program.
The Compatibility tab is only available for programs installed on your hard drive. Although you can run the Program Compatibility Wizard on programs or setup files on a CD-ROM or floppy disk, your changes will not remain in effect after you close the program.
If this doesn't work you will not likely be able to play them.