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dual-mode dsc 2770

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#1 ashy50


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Posted 20 April 2005 - 02:37 PM

:thumbsup: i really need some help! I have bought a dual function minicam 100k i have installed the software but i cant seem to use it because it says that the camera isnt connected properly. For this i should install the driver dsc 2770 from the win 98se disk but i don't have it as i bought the comp from a friend. Is there anything i can do? Can anybody help?!!


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Posted 20 April 2005 - 03:28 PM

1. make sure the camera is plugged in to the USB port then Go to "control panel" on your computer (Start > settings > control panel )
2. Click on "Add new hardware"
3. let windows scan for any new hardware..
4. If you camera is plugged in it should say "USB.." click on it and confirm this is the device you want to install, and click next..
5. this may not happen, but with some it could say " this device is already installed, but it has a problem..." click Finish.
6. Then windows should scan all the windows drivers for your Dual-mode DSC 2770 driver.
7. Hopefully that works and a last box should appear saying that the device is configured correctly and it should show all the driver infomation.
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