Posted 07 February 2005 - 10:43 PM
When I upgraded to Xp (I was running 98) I received a message from Microsoft saying some hardware ad software would not work with the new OS. Here is part of the message.
"Hardware That Might Need Additional Files
The following hardware might need additional files in order to work with Windows XP. Contact your hardware vendors to obtain Windows XP compatible updates. In many cases, if a Windows XP version is not yet available, a Windows 2000 compatible update should work. It is recommended that you obtain these drivers in advance.
You can also view the Microsoft Windows XP Hardware Compatibility List on the Web.
Please note that some of the following entries might be software that is registered as hardware.
Agfa ePhoto CL18 Camera Stream Driver (not currently present)
Rockwell HCF 56K Data Fax PCI Modem
EPSON Stylus Photo 700"
Ok I checked the sites but could not find anything on the camera or modem.
I can't use the cam, but I guess I can get a new one.
Can anyone explain why I have to uninstall then reinstall the modem before I can dial out? It is fine for a few days and then I try to dial out but I get a message saying "unable to establish a connection." So then I uninstall and reinstall and it works for a few more days. I also have to manually enter my password, although I think I can figure that part out. I would appreciate any help with this, thank you.