Have recently purchased a small usb inspection snake camera with led light and when testing it plugged it into two desktops computers (one xp pro not sure of the other as it was a network work computer) It automatically loaded the drivers and brought up a screen automatically with the realtime image.(no driver disc came with it). However plugging into my windows 7 64bit sony laptop it signals a connection beep, loaded drivers automatically but wouldn't open or show up on my computer disc manager as an external usb source to click on. It does however show up on device manager as a usb camera and when I unplug and replug in it disappears and reappears so I know I have the right camera (not the lap top webcam inbuilt one that shows USB 2 Camera). Have tried updating drivers automatically and uninstalling it etc. Need it to work on the lap top so it can act as the movable screen for it?
have the same problem with my Canon G2 / Windows 7 home premium 64 bitsCamera is not recognised.Have downloaded a new DC WIA driver and still not recognised.Camera does not show up in computer or anywhere else. Will show under hardware stating driver not installed.
I am unable to connect this webcam - this was working until recently. I receivde this message below when I tried to re install the software that came with the web camera or download other software. Can anyone advice me how to resolve this?"Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source. (Code 52)"
Both the Windows Compatibility and Canon Compatibility sites state the Rebel XT is compatible with Windows 7. That is, no drivers need be downloaded.
The EOS utility which is used to establish communications between the Rebel XT and Windows 7 is only good for Vista and previous Windows operating systems (I tried it anyway with no luck, then removed it and conducted a shutdown - not a restart - to remove any traces).
When I plug the camera into the USB port the following appears: "Device detected, installing drivers" followed by "Device drivers not successfully installed". The Windows 7 troubleshooting utility comes up with "No drivers found".
On the other hand, my Canon Powershot SD950 IS was simply plug and play like the Rebel XT is supposed to be.
I have two HP laptops and a Canon SX130is digital camera. I am not using Canon's camera software -- I just want to download photos. Both computers are running Windows 7-64. Both are Home Premium Versions.On my HP Envy, USB recognizes, the camera, AutoPlay opens so I can select my action and I can also browse the memory card in Windows Explorer.On my HP DM4, USB recognizes the camera, but no AutoPlay on any USB port. SD memory cards and flash drives open AutoPlay, so the issue is about the camera on one computer.I have checked the AutoPlay settings, run net start shellhwdetect and the results are the same.
I have Windows 7. I also have a Canon Digital Rebel XT that I am trying to load the software onto my laptop. I have the original discs. Loaded them, plugged in the camera and got an error message that there is no driver for this camera. I downloaded the upgrades from Canon's website, still no luck. Windows states that this camera is compatible...
Upgraded from Windows XP to 7. When I plug the camera in, Windows Explorer "sees" it as "Canon Powershot A540" instead of "drive J:", so the Autoplay does not starteredThe LONG of it: Windows 7 won't recognize my camera as a drive, such as "drive J". Instead it sees it (in Windows Manager) as Canon Powershot A540, with subfolders "internal storage", and "external storage". Because of this, Autoplay doesn't come up when it is plugged in. My other camera, a Fuji A303, when plugged in, has the autoplay pop up, and is displayed as "drive J" in Windows Manager. If I take the SD card out of the Canon and put it in a USB card reader, the Autoplay pops up, and "sees" pictures, and Windows Manager calls the card Canon_DC (J A friend says the computer is seeing "plug and play" firmware in the Canon. Did I change something in the camera, or did some kind of software get on the SD card?
I have a new computer (Asus K53E) with Win 7 x64 - My camera is a Canon SD 750, and I'd like to use Photo Scape to work with my pics, not the Canon browser or the Windows Photo Gallery. So I've set my photos to import via Windows in Auto Play, and to auto delete afterward. The problem I'm seeing is that once the photos are imported into my computer and deleted from the camera, the little Windows pop up box that notifies me of the deleting process stays on the screen - it will not disappear until I either use Task Manager to stop it, or I reboot the computer. I really would like to continue using the simple and effective Windows process to import my camera's pics, and to continue using Photo Scape as my photo browser/editor.
Vista x64 natively supported a bunch of canon printers with x64 drivers. For some printers this support has gone under Windows 7 x64. Perhaps this will help some people ... .
I mounted a Vista x64 ISO-image/source, extracted the folder with the canon printer drivers and installed the Colorpass Z40e driver under Windows 7 x64. In my case I used this driver für a Canon Colorpass Z400e (Canon CLC 1100).
- use 7zip
- under options check "wim"
- open the install.wim an verify your vista version (important if there is a 64bit and 32 bit version on the same DVD, in my case there was only a 64bit on the systembuilder DVD)
- choose the right folder and extract the canon printer driver folder with 7zip
Suddenly the Pixma IP3500 will not print text. If I open A WORD document and press print, the paper feeds through blank. If I print the test page, it just prints the logo in the upper left corner. If a page has diagram on it, it will print the diagrams but not the text on the page.
I switched my Sony Vaio VGN-CR120E from Windows 7 Home to Windows 7 Ultimate. I now do not have the program to use my camera. I tried downloading it from the Sony website but it says that it is only compatible for Windows Vista. It was working when I was running Windows 7 Home. I now cannot get it to download with Windows 7 Ultimate. .
I have to know something about computers to do accounting (please don't hold that against me).A few weeks ago, I upgraded my system to Windows 7 - for many reasons. I have an inexpensive Argus Bean "Sprout" camera, and the small CD that came with it did not have drivers for Windows 7 (it was not out yet).What a nightmare!!! www.drivermanager.com would not even let me search after visting their sight and wanted $30 for something I do not need, what's worse is that it took over 8 hours to figure out why Norton Symantec PC thing kept uploading itself and turning itself on.Am I the only person hit by this?Is there any way to get the driver for Windows 7 for this cute, little camera I really love?