Thanks for the response to my earlier question. I went to that site and downloaded the one for my operating system (Windows Me). It's on my computer. There's a compressed folder icon for it on my desktop. When you open it up there are 24 files inside. But I still don't have sound. Do I need to install it now or something?
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Microsoft.com, you can download all version of windows free. activation is something that you have to address yourself. I recommend buying the licence directly from microsoft and save yourself time from spyware and viruses hidden in the activation script.
This is not hard to fix all you need to do is update you computer but if this don't work you can go to you windows operations site and find and download the missing .dll file hope this helps mate if not then you may have to restore you computer to and earlier state in which the missing .dll was still there.
It sounds like you are attempting to upgrade to windows 7 within an earlier version of Windows, and are having an issue with the earlier version missing files. The Autorun.dll file belongs to a component within windows responsible for automatically launching a program from a CD, once the disc is inserted.
My suggestion would be to back up all your files to a disk, boot with the Windows 7 CD, and perform a clean re-install (completely removing the previous version). You may be required to provide the CD product key belonging to the older version of windows you have, as well as the key for the Windows 7 disk. Or you could attempt to locate the disk you used for installing the previous version of windows you possess, and using the "repair" option. in both cases though, make sure you back up your files!
This sounds like a driver problem. You probably have an install program for an earlier operating system. I suggest you go to the Technika web site and go to Support then Downloads. Identify your webcam and download the driver for your operating system. For example, the web cam may have worked just fine on a PC running Windows XP, but now you have a new Windows 7 pc. You must go get the Win7 driver for your USB Technika web cam
I have used this site many times for missing registry files. Once you download the file, copy and paste it to the following folder-C:\Windows\system32. Post a reply if you have any issues with this file. Thanks for using FixYa!
Hahaha, i disliked vista the day tried it, had so many bugs it was unbelievable! check that there are the latest drivers for you keyboard, maybe of the laptop's manufacturer site (would like the make and model :D) and have you tried upgrading to SP1? something like 551 bugs were fixed, maybe your keyboard error was one of them. And if you want to do a system restore, rimply go into control panel, system properties, and on the left i think there should be an option giving you the option to restore to an earlier time. This will restore settings, drivers and programs but you WONT lose ANY files :D