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Camerais not detected,there areseveralpossibilities:
The firstpossibility There was an errorinstallingthe driver.AOD150,manufacturedbythreetypes ofcameras,chicony,liteon,suyin.Example:I installed thecameradriver,suyintoAOD150.At the time ofinstallation,a message appears,hardwarenot found/not detected/ notrecognize.This means, suyinnotthe right driver. Solution 1.OpenlinkdriverAOD150 2.Operating System=Microsoft WindowsXPHome Editionx32 3.Downloadsoftware=Hardware Vendor DetectionUtility 4.Double-click=HWVendorDetection.exe. We willfindthe rightcamerahardware. 5. Downloadandinstall theLiteon driver
The secondpossibility If thehardwarevendordetectionutility,does not detectcamera Solution 1(assuming,normalhardware) 1.Possiblecorruptoperating system. 2.Reinstall theoperating system,by doingformatdrive C. 3.Move alldatafromdriveCto D/E/F. 4.DownloaddriversAOD150,andother applications, save iton driveD/E/F 5.Insert theWindows CDbootable.Performbootfrom CD. 6.Pressenter -F8-NewInstallation-formatthe C drive,etc. 7.After theOSinstallis complete, installall drivers(chipset,LAN,VGA, sound, camera,etc)
Installing the external CD Player...
You will go and start up and install Windows XP by doing he following:
Plug in your external CD drive, and let windows install it into the system...
Once the CD is ready to go, shut down the computer.
You will first need to format your hard drive, I will give you instructions on how to do that.
1...To format your hard drive and install XP:
To set you computer back to factory fresh settings you will need to format the hard drive and install the XP operating system and the drivers.
1.Format the hard drive: You do this by double left clicking on "My Computer",then double left click the main drive (normally C drive). When the window pops open, you will choose "Format" Keep in mind that once you format your hard drive you will loose all your files,programs,pictures,etc that you installed since the computer was new. So make your back up on a portable hard drive,thumb drive,etc.
2. Once the formatting of the hard drive is complete you will need to install the XP operating system along with the drivers. You will now insert the CD's into your external CD player starting with #1 first and continuing until all has been installed.
After all has been installed, shut your computer off and restart.
That will bring your computer back to Windows XP factory new condition as far as operating is concerned. Please take time to rate me
Download it according to the Operating System installed and Installed it and your VGA will work fine now.
If you are not able to play a particular video file format, Then install VLC player, it will play anything.And if you want to use your Windows Media Player to play most common format files then download Windows Essential Codec Pack.
Here is the link for VLC Player. http://fs3.filehippo.com/3389/929c24d32e05459db04905bf635b26a9/vlc-1.0.3-win32.exe
Here is the link for Windows Essential Codec Pack http://www.mediacodec.org/WECPSetup.exe
First, connect the laptop with an ethernet cable to see if the standard windows ethernet driver will get you online. If it does, go to windows update and let it scan your system. Choose custom install and view the optional updates, here you will find the hardware drivers for the devices windows found on your system, check all that apply and install them.
Contact Dell to purchase a Recovery CD for your model Dell laptop.
The other way is to do a new Windows install. Use a Windows installation CD, it must match the Windows version on the Windows Product Code label on the bottom of your laptop.
You will also need to download the device drivers for your model laptop from the Dell WEB support site, make sure the download the correct XP or Vista version of the drivers that match the Windows version you are installing.
If you have formatted the hard-Drive you,ve deleted all information from the computer.
your only other option, is to install an operating system ( Windows/Linux ) and check the device manager, to see which drivers need to be downloaded/updated. With Laptops it,s usually VGA ( graphics ) Sound And sometimes LAN/Network drivers.
a recovery cd will have all of this information, and reinstall your original operating system, including authentic product key. so sometimes worth the money.
If Vista does not like your video, this means that your installing Vista on a computer that is not compatible with running Windows Vista. Either go back to XP or buy a new Graphics card from walmart for 80.00. This will solve your problems.
haha worrying isnt it...
after reinstallation of windows no drivers for blutooth , wireless quite often modem and same vga,
windows by default does not install because need specific software ...(drivers)
what you need to do is first of all find out what wifi it is ; like wlan400 e.g.
you then need to download and install the driver for it .as soon as the driver is present windows will detect and install device,
look in device manager for devices with no drivers intalled.
same precedure for each device.