I have an antique xe 763 running ME which was preloaded. I want to update to XP. I have a copy of XP. Computer does not recognize XP software and will not except XP without loading a copy of ME off disk. Reloaded ME from recovery CD. Suggestions? Thanks PA
I have an antique xe 763 running ME which was preloaded. I want to update to XP. I have a upgrade copy of XP. Computer will not complete loading XP software during boot up until a copy of ME is loaded from disk. Otherwise it does not seem to see ME. I reloaded ME from recovery CD and XP still does not see ME. Suggestions? Thanks PA
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I would just do a clean install if I was you. Just put in the XP disk and install as if it were a new system. If you have files on your system that you want to keep just save them to a DVD or CD to avoid any issues with upgrading.
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It took me a while to find the Windows 7 64-bit driver for the XE-A506, but apparently it is located under the XE-A406 version. Eventually, this one worked for me: but don't forget to run the program as administrator (properties - compatibility - "Run this program as an administrator").
By the way, the manual was a bit unclear on how to install the drivers (for me at least). This is the whole process that actually got it working in my case:
Go to "Devices and Printers"
Right-click the device under Unspecified - select "Properties"
Select the "Hardware" tab
In the "General" tab, select "Change Settings"
Select the "Driver" tab
Here the option for "Update Driver..." should be available, open it
Select "Browse my computer for driver software"
Select "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"
Press "Have Disk" (sometimes this option isn't immediately available, first press "Next" in that case)
Head to the location where the driver (*.inf) is downloaded, something like "Downloads\SHARP XE-A406_A506 SOFTWARE - 64bit\Sharp XE-A406_A506\Setup\program files\SHARP ECR TOOL\XE-A406506 Customer Support Tool\Driver\Win64" and select it
Press "Next". The driver should now install.
And again, don't forgot to Run as Administrator when starting the software: without this, I still couldn't upload data to the device.
hi my name is rui it means microsoft detected that you have a non license software installed the only way to fix this is that you format your HD and install your OS newly then you must need to turn of the automatic update of your windows OS too. turn it of go to start>control panel>windows update.
Genuine Windows is, in more proper terms, Windows Update. It installs the latest security tools, updates, and support services onto your computer, presuming your copy of Windows is activated. If you disable this, you are likely to run into some problem down the road.
I don't know who "Zylar" is, but I will try and help you with this problem anyway.
You are getting a message that you are a victim of software counterfeiting because your version of Windows XP Professional that is installed on your computer is not a valid, legal copy. Someone has installed boot leg software on your computer and it cannot be registerd as a legal copy for you. If you want to solve this problem, you need to buy a legal copy of windows xp and install it on your computer. When you removed the counterfeit copy the pop up messages will go away.
Consider NOT connecting the camera to the computer.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive. Or you can use any photo cataloging program.
please give a littlew advice about your computer oporating sytsem windows xp windows vista? windows 98se? also please check if it is a 64 bit oporating system or 32 bit, windows system information tool in tool acessories system informationwill give you all the info you need. then just click catagory and select copy or save or export the fiole to desktop and copy to notpead or forum for review, sounds like you need the all in one software to run on a im asumming windows xp computer and tyhe software is not running this can be cause microsoft windows update service and bits is probably turnedoff, if you update the microsoft critical updates and recommened updates things will start to run due to out diated installer files and windows also might require a few updates to run the installer class files. hope that help you. and good luck.Please note: thease are basic sugestuions tyou can try theirs far more complex things but this is going to easily determ the what needs to be done next.
Assuming that you have a legitimate copy of xp, try registering it at the microsoft. Look in your start menu for something that says "register windows." You can also go to the Microsoft Update website and let your computer download all the updates. One of those updates will be "microsoft genuine advantage". That should solve your problem, if not, go to Google and type in "microsoft genuine advantage diagnostic tool" and run that. If it comes up not genuine, click on "resolve" while connected to the internet. If that doesn't work, you may be a victim of software piracy. In other words, someone may have sold you a computer with a non genuine copy of windows. If that's the case, and you indeed are not the pirate, then you can call microsoft and plead your case. They will usually validate your copy if you convince them that you are the victim.