I installed this * before and everything worked fine but it was about a
year ago. I used it maybe 2 months and then * was packed into the box.
Since that time, Microsoft published many patches and I'm not sure that maybe
some updates causes that it won't install correctly (I think this is a
I tried to install it on two different machines so it's strange that before
worked and now it doesn't want to work anywhere.
Maybe anyone using the same * on fully updated OS ?
> Are you absolutly sure you are using the correct drivers, not only correct
> for the web cam but also XP drivers and not 9x drivers? Also make sure you
> follow any install instructions listed for the web cam. Some hardware need a
> setup file to install the driver, it depends on how the driver was written.
> Go back to the web cam makers web site and redownload the XP driver. Then
> read the readme file that might be included or look on the web site for any
> help on installing the driver in case it has to be installed a particular
> Please repost if you find the fault
> Glen P
> > Hi,
> > I've got a * (model Manhattan Fun!Cam) and problem with correct
> > drivers
> > installation. Windows detect this device as a 'USB Device' and now I can't
> > change drivers. In spite of correct drivers are installed (from
> > Manhattan's
> > site), when i'm trying to 'Update Driver' wizard doesn't find them.
> > When i'm trying to point at file Pfc027.inf as a installer, I get message
> > that this file doesn't contain any information about hardware.
> > Changing USB port do not solve a problem. Other devices on USB work
> > properly
> > so I think it isn't a problem with USB drivers.
> > Maybe anyone had the same problem - and how to solve it ?
> > Machine: ECS K7S5; USB1.0; Windows XP SP2