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?
Sweex m6225 model. The problem is following...I have that old camera and since i reinstaled my Windows 7 OS, i noticedi cant find any drivers or find any way to install the drivers in compatibility mode to Windows XP. I had the same camera installed before on the same Windows 7 edition and SP, and now it doesnt work, so the question is how come it worked when i installed it then, and now there is not way to get it working. So, can someone pls help me solve this problem somehow , because i need the camera working.
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. .