I have a copy version of windows xp proffesional service pack 2 russian version..recently i will purchased a webcam (philips spc315nc) but when i install it through c.d. my windows showed me a error...component transfer error...related to install drivers...
i dont understand this...when i installed on another computer it sucess...
please tell me how to get rid off from this problem...
Language compatiblity maybe the issue. "related to install drivers" meaning foriegn. but the communication was no problem with the english operating system. any other problems before installing hardware/software upon russian os
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I have a similar error with my Logitech webcam. In order for me to use it, I must plug it in and turn it on before the computer even boots up, which is my solution for now.
If I turn it on while the computer is already running, it gives me the blue screen and shuts off.
This is because there is a program or application running in the background that does not comply with your webcam, causing Windows to get confused and crash/turn off your computer.
Try plugging in/turning on before you start your computer. Hope this works!
Try this fix http://consumerdocs.installshield.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=Q109010&sliceId=1 or See if Windows has posted a solution Start > Control Panel > Classic view > Problem reports and solutions
I just checked the manufacturers documents for this web cam. It is only compatible with windows vista and xp, provided that the xp installation has at least service pack 2 installed( there is also a service pack 3 now). Are all of your windows updates up to date including at least service pack 2 ? If the windows updates are up to date I would try the installation once more with the CD that came with the web cam. If the same error message appeared, I would go to the manufacurers web site and download the drivers and attempt the installation that way.
start menu ... programs.... near the top of that pop up window you will see windows update... click on that and if your copy of xp is genuine you will be able to get sp2 (by the way xp is now up to service pack 3)
it is saying you need service pack 2 for windows xp, i would think,....it is a number of updates to winxp opereting system for it to perform better .
(he says smiling), if you have the original windows xp disc with service pack two on it ,put it in the cd/dvd drive and press enter when it asks for it.