I find it works on Windows Media Center but not XP Pro, which is really annoying because Sandisk don't even bother to provide any explanation or drivers (maybe they think we are gonna bin it and buy one of their newer wonderful products (I don't think so Sandisk, you have got to be having a giraffe!))
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right click my computer, device manager,you should now see a list roll down list till you see universal serial bus controller,click on this and a list will drop down, the first 1 you see in list right click and pick update driver software.keep going down list doing the update software driver .that should reinstall missing usb storage driver .try pluging in an external hard drive if it reads drive and you can put and remove things then its already install but not showing.
Go to dell.com, choose Support & Downloads, answer the questions they ask you about your computer, choose the operating system (XP), then they should give you a list of devices in your computer that you may need the drivers for. Find the one labeled Wireless, or LWAN, or WLAN and download the driver and then itstall it. Choose to download the driver via your Internet Explorer.
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When you say device is listed in windows explorer, butif the XP says device is not connected. Then i'd say the device is detecting as storage media (i.e MSC). It needs to be connected as MTP. In this case i'd request you to update the MTP driver. To update the MTP driver you can try two ways.
1) When you connect the MP3 player to the computer you could see a SAFETY REMOVE HARDWARE on the system tray. 2) Right click on that safety remove hardware. 3) You will get a popup, in which you need to click on properties 4) That will bring the window in which you can see your MP3 player listed. 5) Right click on it and choose the option update driver. 6) This will update the MTP driver of the player and after that unplug the device 7) Restart the computer and now connect the device. 8) That will automatically update the drivers.
1) Go to device manager 2) Locate for the option that says USB and right click on it. 3) Try updating the drivers. 4) Now restart the computer. 5) That should work.
1) Check the Hardware Connection -
a) Power connection to Printer
b) USB Connection from Printer to Computer
2) Checked the Drivers Software
a) XP/Vista = Open the device manager
Click Start - right click on My Computer
Click on Device Manager
Click on (+) Ports COM & LPT and Check Printer is listed or not
Check for Printer Name (Samsung ML1610) is it listed under device manager if YES - Check by printing the test Page
if NO - Install the Printer Drivers and then print the Test page
To get the latest driver for your video card go to Windows Update. I use Vista so not exactly sure where you will find it on your computer, you could just search for it and XP will find it for you. It takes you to Microsofts Windows Update page online. I am assuming you have an internet connection. There it will ask you some info and they want to know that you are using a genuine product, just answer there ? and go to the update drivers page. There it will scan over your computer peripherals and come back with a bunch of update (but first make sure you click on the manually update drivers) Don't do the Auto update Drivers because then it will add a bunch of stuff that your not interested in. After it scans over all your computer peripherals and comes back with a list, only update Internet Explorer (because I think you have too) and go to the other drivers portion that is listed on the left part of the screen ( I believe) and it will list your video card and other devices that need to be upgraded possibly items that are on your motherboard and what not. Go ahead and check those items and you will be good to go. Good luck and hope this helps
You'll need most of the drivers listed for Windows XP. However, for example for the network card are multiple drivers listed, You'll need to find out, which one is in your computer. If you don't know, just try. If it doesn't work, uninstall and try another one. I think you may have a list with your laptop configuration somewhere. Or you can find it in your device manager.
I could be wrong, but I don't believe that it can be - though I have never tried - this is only a guess.
Most cameras today, rather than being recognized as imaging devices by windows - are simply recognized as a mass storage device - the same as a pen drive or external hard drive. This has many advantages - but one disadvantage is the one that you mention.
Are you using the Sony Software? Perhaps a driver installed from their imaging software will allow the computer to recognize the camera as an imaging device? Other than that, I can't think of anything else.