The manufacture for my camera is "Microsoft", But I cant find any driver they have on their website. Besides, When I open the orbicam , there is just a greyish screen, and I don see any image or anything... plz help......!! Thanks!!
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Re: Can't find the Drivers...
If your camera is microsoft. you or ms windows installed the wrong driver.
By default, ms windows will installed the driver (microsoft), but it won't work.
Download driver and application from www.acerpanam.com
there are 3 kind of orbicam, bison, suyin, and logitech.
first install the driver and then install the application.
tried with bison first.
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happy to help but the real sure shot way to get the drivers are from the manufacturer . all u need to do is go to the website and click support and in case the drivers u r looking for are not available . u could get in touch with them or use website life www.soft32.com u will find the drivers there.
You have to find and start the camera software. Look inside the program
list and start the camera software. Click Start/Programs and look for
any reference to camera or webcam. Look inside the manufacturer folders
also because it might be inside one of them. Some manufacturers might
have something like Entertainment Experience that launches and shows all
the icons for the entertainment devices. If so open it and click on the
webcam or camera icon.
If you want the reinstall the webcam drivers then go to the manufacturer website.
and got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "Sony
Support" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support).
Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operating
system when requested. Download and install the drivers.
You can always download Manycam and
install it. Go to www.google.com and in the search box type:
"download.cnet.com"(without the quotes). Click on the link to go to the
site. When thesite opens look down on the left and you will see a gray
area that says Find Software. Type "Manycam" (without the quotes) in
the white search area then hit the search mirror. When it brings back
your results look for the one that says ManyCam Virtual Webcam. Down
load it and install it. Make sure you remove the check box on any junky
programs it would like to install. You only want to install ManyCam, no
additions whatsoever during the install. ManyCam is totally FREE and
easy to use,and you will always know where your webcam software is.
You need to download the camera drivers from the laptop manufacturer's website.
Find the manufacturer website using a search engine. Open the page and go to the support and download page. Enter your model, then locate and download the drivers. After download is complete, run the driver installer file if required.
Manager from Control Panel and check there are no yellow exclamation marks on
any drivers. If there are then you need a new driver.
You need to goto
the manufacturers website, find their support section and there should be a
list of drivers for your specific machine. Installing these should resolve your
problem. I have a list of links to most manufacturers drivers on my website.
Hope this helps,
You will need to go to the manufacturers website for each component and download the XP drivers for each one. In other words, if video device is a Radeon Mobility - go to the ATI website and download and install the XP driver for the Radeon Mobility card. Do this for each peripheral you need a driver for. I suggest saving all the driver files and burning them to a CD for safekeeping should you ever need them again.
Solution to this problem would be to either one track down the drivers on ACER website it should be there!
Or finde the part you are trying to get the drivers for online:
You do not have to go to Microsoft website for drivers
Google the device and drivers or go onto Philips website under support!