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Not registering when i plug it into the usb port, i can turn it on. however, when i open the proscope hr program, it tells me no camera is on and does not allow e to take pics

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  • lf_nikita21 Aug 01, 2008

    like the picture shows, it is a bodelin proscope hr (M50)

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