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Re: usb camera install problem

 
 
JOE
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      08-10-2003
remove Kodak software and than plug in camera and let XP do the install not
using Kodak plug-in.
"martin loomis" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> I like this usb camera, it worked fine with windows 98.Now that we're

using
> xp I had to download the install file for xp from kodak. There

instructions
> say with no camera software installed , camera unplugged, run the
> install.exe which finishes, says successfull you can know plug in and use
> the camera, BUT when I plug it in xp detects the new hardware and tries to
> install software for it, if I let it it freezes up before finishing and
> have to do a restart, if I choose have disk and browse to the install file
> it finds nothing valid. Very frustrating, kodak says, install, plug in and
> use, but it doesn't work that way. Anybody dealt with similar problem?
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