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Hi Louise Strydom, what type of HASP dongle do you have? What software on the system requires the dongle?
I know with some embroidery software, the dongle gets linked to a specific USB port. Make sure that the USB port is working by plugging in another device. Check if you have changed ports from the one that first was associated with the dongle. In some cases, the dongle may not have a compatible USB driver. Windows 10 now requires a signed 64-bit driver. If your dongle was programmed to run with older Windows versions, an update may not be available from Windows Update. (Do try running Windows Update with the system set to check automatically for device driver updates.) Check with the provider of the dongle/software to see if they have a patch available.
Make sure the driver is compatible with your operating system... often stuff will not work with Vista for example. Often SOME software REQUIRES it to be installed before USB cable is connected, and yet other requires it not be connected till software is installed... read the manual...
Your usb DVD player (like other computer peripheral devices) require a "driver". You should search for the (1) The name of the Vendor and model number of your device (2) Your operating system's name (Windows xp or Windows 7 etc.)
This is the least information required to find the "Driver" of any device including a USB DVD player. Yes most of the Drivers that are available on the internet are free.
My dear! first install software only without attaching USB when your USB required the software or driver then attach it or if your software does not required USB attach during installation, you have to attach it after the installing software. May it require reboot your system. Now your USB sandisk u3 cruzer micro device will work.
It looks as though there is no driver support for beyond micro although the specs state that the drive is plug and play. which means you just plug it in and windows sets it up. other than that there are no software or drivers for it.
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System RequirementsIBM PC/AT compatible computer with preinstalled Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows 98*, or Windows 98 Second Edition* and with a built-in USB port as a standard interface.Power Mac G4 (includes dual processor G4 and G4 Cube) series, G3 (Blue and White) series, iMac series, iBook, or PowerBook G3 with preinstalled Mac OS 8.6** – 9.1 and with a built-in USB port as a standard interface.
• Problems may be encountered depending on what other USB devices are being used in parallel with this product.
• Only a built-in USB port is supported. Problems may be encountered when the camera is connected to a USB hub.
• Normal operation may not be possible even when all the system requirements are met.
* Users of the Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition must install dedicated driver software included in the DiMAGE 5 and DiMAGE 5 package.
** Users of the Mac OS 8.6 must download free dedicated driver software from the Apple Computer web site and install it.System requirements are based on the latest information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.
If the removable disk does not appear when you open "My Computer" in Windows, it is possible that the USB drivers are not installed correctly.
Update to the latest version of FinePix Viewer (including the USB drivers). To update FinePix Viewer, you must have the software from the CD-ROM bundled with the product (Utilities for FinePix) already installed.
As an alternative method to updating the software, you can also reinstall the USB drivers. The USB drivers can be reinstalled by installing the software from the CD-ROM again.
If the removable disk is still not displayed after the above measures have been taken, check the following:
Windows system checks
1. You should be using Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
2. The Windows XP USB drivers are supported as standard system drivers but are only compatible with Software for FinePix versions 2.0 or later. If you are using an earlier version of the CD-ROM, an update to FinePix Viewer is required.
3. The software cannot be installed properly from "Scanners and Cameras" in the Control Panel.
Digital camera checks
1. Check that the digital camera can play back images on its LCD monitor.
2. On digital cameras with the PC Camera function, select "DSC" as the USB setting. (Refer to the Owner's Manual for your camera for information on specifying the camera settings.)