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What is the version for my camera I have windows xp

There is nothing wrong with my camera just that windows xp is saying that it wants to no what is the version for this and if I continue to download this it may damage my computer or something, I am only trying to put it back on my computer again and it has a problem with that help please

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I used twinkle cam successfully in windows xp. I have upgraded to windows 7. How do I get the driver or will anything work?


According to http://www.chicony.com.tw/download/di/driver.asp , the available drivers were written in 2004. Chicony has stopped supporting their cameras for newer Windows OS versions. I suspect they never made a 64-bit version of the driver for XP 64-bit.

If you had the 32-bit version of Windows 7, you might be able to use the compatibility mode to install the driver. To check your version, click on Start > Control Panel > System and Security > System. Look for your Windows version and check if it says x64. If you see that in the description, you have the x64 bit version. Otherwise, right-click on the driver file from the above site (after extracting the files from the zip file). Choose Properties and the Compatibility tab. Check the box for always Run this program in the compatibility mode and set it to Windows XP in the drop-down menu. You may need to repeat this on the camera software as well.

If you have a 64-bit version Windows Home Premium, you may be better off upgrading to Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate. Then you can download and install Virtual PC and the XP mode, if your hardware can handle that software. This gives a virtual version of the 32-bit version XP that will run your camera. (The CPU needs to have virtualization support and it has to be enabled in the BIOS. Then you need enough memory to give the virtual XP at least 512MB -1GB of memory.) If you already have Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate, just use XP mode. Other virtual PC software exists but they require a licensed version of XP. (If you can find a valid license.) The only issue I've found is that files saved to the C: drive in one OS can't be accessed by the other OS. You have to transfer the files with an external drive, flash drive or burn the file to optical disc.

Dual boot systems with XP and Windows 7 can be set up if you have the XP license. Then pick the OS you need when you boot up the computer. This requires you to repartition the hard drive or have two bootable hard drives. Make sure to back up before partitioning the drive.

I wish that I had better news for you.

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Im having problem with my loptop...i installed windows xp and now i cant use my camera... how can i locate my camera... before i installed xp.. my original os was windows vista.. im wondering whats wrong...


did u install the drivers for the camera ,if not then download and install them.If you have a resource cd of the laptop then you can install the drivers from that cd.

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Adobe 9.0 Touchup Test Tool Types Wrong Letters


I have not come across this my self, but are you editing from another pc ? as if you are using windows xp with say version 1.0 text, and the file is windows not xp version 3.0 they are not compatible. would need a compatible windows text. text has gone way up from xp with key icons etc so even if you are not using them the file will have the information it it. arabic and other countries key settings as you have said you have tried different key pads and still the same, the software adobe uses is what you are set as.but you could also have different keyboard settings installed into the pc and this can mix match as that is 5 different keyboard layouts. check your keyboard settings and make a default setting to your area. and see if this helps the problem but like i say the systems have change on from windows xp

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Picture project not detecting camera since installed windows 7, how do we download pictures now. camera is being detected by pc so it doesnt appear to be a hardware issue, nikon resource center say they...


You could try the folowings:

1) Run your picture project program under XP SP 2 'compatibilty mode'.

2) Run the picture project program in XP mode if your computer and version of Windows 7 allows it (eg. Professional or Ultimate versions but your computer processor will need to support 'hardware virtualization).

3) Run the program in a Virtual machine with XP installed: I would use Sun VirtualBox which is free and does not need hardware virtualisation (unlike windows 7 'native' XP mode or VPC2007).

As you can see, you do have some options to overcome Windows 7 shortcomings! Hope it helps.

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I installed a problematic version of windows xp black and now my computer does not boot up! it says unbootable INT. file then appears an error message saying that some i386 files are corrupted and then...


Hi christin454,

as windows black is a not official version of windows ( as far as I know ) and it was cracked from the original version, there can be a hundred reasons of why you experience problems. I recommend using your own "classical" version instead of this black version.
Just slam the original win cd into the drive and reboot. It then asks you to boot from cd... you just push any key and install the original.

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Compatibility with Windows Vista


your driver dont support vista
give me more information about your camera like the full name and version ok
and i ll give you a direct link to download your driver vista version

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Can't use VPC-CG9 as PC camera.


I don't know why this wouldn't work on Vista HP, but this excerpt from the manual suggests that your XP SP1 Pro would not work without the SP2 rollup:

"Please perform the following upgrades before connecting the camera to a computer.
-Upgrade Windows XP to SP2.
Install Windows XP SP2.
-Install Windows Messenger 5.0 or later version.
Download Windows Messenger 5.0 or later version, and install it.
-If using MSN Messenger, please install MSN Messenger 7.0 or later
version."

Perhaps if you are following the steps exactly in the manual and it still does not work, upgrading Messenger will magically help.

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