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My microsoft lifecam vx-3000 is connected to the computer and I have changed usb ports several times, but it almost always says "There is no camera connected to this computer" when I start the program. ...


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Labtec webcam not working why i did every thing my computer not detecting this ****** i install all the posible drivers already i used window xp. I hate this man.


ok, uninstall all related drivers to this camera,


Now using the supplied disk install the camera software but please do not connect the camera YET, if the camera is already connected,
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so you installed the camera software now plug the usb camera in, it will now detect the install camera software and work.

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Cannot transfer photos from kodak computer to


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It is a good temporary alternative to using EasyShare if there are issues with installing the software, as it will at least enable you to transfer pictures to your computer. You will however lose the ability to upload any files or information to the camera, such as:
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-the Camera Favorites album which is a feature of some of our newest cameras
Simply connect your camera and use the Device Manager to configure Windows on how to work with the camera:
-Right-click on My Computer and choose "Manage". Click [Device Manager] in the left pane.
-Click the plus (+) sign in front of "Imaging devices". The camera should be listed below it.
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Can you provide your camera make/model to offer you a link to download your drivers. Thank you.

You could use a card reader connected to your computer and this would not require any drivers.

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Installing digital camera drivers from Nikon View 5 or 6 CD on Windows OS


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