Ok i installed the CD-ROM with the drivers and then plugged in the device but when i did this it comes up saying 'Found New Hardware' and asks me if i want to locate and install drivers and when i click it it takes ages to locate them but it still does not suceed to find the drivers which i have installed if you can help please do because i really it. Thanks in advance
You will need to download
XP - http://www.vidblasterus.com/Drivers1150.zip
Vista - http://www.vidblasterus.com/Drivers1160.zip
You must then plug in your device. Then go through the driver update it will say cannnot find and ask if you have a disk click I dont then click browse my pc for drivers. open the zipped folder and extract all the files onto your desktop. Then just select desktop in the driver update and it will install :DD
Hi guys, just install the program first make sure device is not connected into usb port. Read the instructions on the screen. It will install the driver and multiview software you will be instructed to reboot. After the reboot logon to windows and plug easycap respond "no at this time" next next til it finish. Let me know if it works.
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You really do not need the Cd to download the pictures. Hook up the USB cable, and turn on your Camera. Your computer should alert you that the camera is connected. Follow the directions on the computer to download your Pics. I am sure your CD was quite valuable and probably had some really cool programs to edit the photos. I like using Adobe Photoshop. I will see if I can find you a download for you a new Vivitar replacement.
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, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program such as Picasa.
If you really want the Fuji software, you may download it from here.
What kind of camera, and film, did you buy? Polaroid discontinued production of film in 2006, and the only remaining film is old stock, or available from the impossible project. There are other types of film available, but not compatable with all types of polaroid cameras. This information will have a HUGE impact on the solution to your problem.
1) Type of camera (not just Polaroid, they made HUNDREDS of models)
2) Type/Size/Brand of film
Do you want to download the drivers for your camera to the hard drive? Actually, if you have windows xp, vista, or 7, the drivers for sony cameras are already integrated into the operating system, standard.
if your pc came with a motherboard cd then insert this cd an auto play will pop up run the cd from there and select all drivers everything will be installed hope this helps if it doesnt work then check the jack the speaker goes into the green jack.
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It probably isn't anything your friend did. There is a conflict somewhere between your driver for your camera, your software and possibly an update somewhere along the way.
Try these two things to see if the computer is detecting the device and let me know what the results.
1. With your camera turned off plug it into the camera.
2. Make sure that your USB port is a 2.0 if not you may need to by an adapter to give it a little extra "boost"
3. Make sure that the camera is not in capture mode that it is in transfer mode.
4.Now go to "My Computer" pay attention to what is there then turn the camera on.
Has the camera shown up?
(be sure to turn the camera off, right click, safely remove, then unplug)
If that does not work try this -
1.Go to Start- Accessories- Device Manager
Im not sure how it will show up here it just depend on where it was installed originally. So we are going to expand 2 diffrent places.
+Disk Drives, click the plus to expand it
3. Plug in the camera wait a second to let the computer recgonize the device then turn it on.
Has anything changed on your screen?
Use the USB ports that are on the back f the PC, not the front ones or the one on the keyboard, these are low power USB ports. You can also purchase a powered hub that supplies its own power. The maximum draw on 1 USB port is 500ma, shared across all devicesattached to that port including non powered hubs. My USB PC-cam took 450 all by itself!