Re: jvc dvl 9000 on windows xp

Re: jvc dvl 9000 on windows xp

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Posted by GdG on May 07, 2002 at 12:28:20:

In Reply to: Re: jvc dvl 9000 on windows xp posted by Tom on May 01, 2002 at 23:26:00:

When asked for dvcam.sys just brows to c:\windows\system32\drivers manually (or whereever your wintendo is installed:) and select the dvcam.sys. it will work.



: hey,

: i tried to use this process to fix my AV/C Subunit problem. i went to manually install, selected TI and got 2 options: 1394 DV Camcorder and 1394 DV Camcorder (Non DirectShow). when i selected the first option, i got about 99% done when i was prompted for a file "DVCam.sys" on DVConnect Drivers Disk. when i tried the second option, i got a prompt for a "CustomDV.sys". any idea how to proceed? thanks.

: : FIX for XP av/c subunit problems.
: : Point browser to

: : Download DVConnect330.exe (NO OTHER ONES)
: : Install it, it probably won't work. Tell XP to install it in 98 compatibility mode. It will work.

: : Link up the camera, when asked for driver, tell it you want to install manually. When given list of hardware, choose Sound video and game controllers. Go down to TI in manufactureres, choose the hardware in there. Let it finish off the install. Now it should all work.

: : I have a DVL-9000 and this is the only fix that worked.

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