August 16th, 1999, 08:45 AM
I have windows 95(B) and I just got the same
camera the other guy has (Logitech
Quickcam). My usb is not active either.
When I ran the .exe from the windows cd, it
did not activate the usb ports. I need step by step directions on how to do this. If I
upgrade from win 95 to win 98, will I lose
the set up for my ethernet card or will it
just update the win 95 stuff. I don't know
a whole lot about this stuff and am
extremely apprehensive about upgrading. I
am afraid I will lose some information that
I won't remember. Also, will win 98 set
up the usb port, or will I be back at
square one with just a different version of
windows. In desprite need of help.
Thanks in advance,
August 16th, 1999, 09:03 AM
I would upgrade to Windows 98 to get the USB ports working properly.
Before you upgrade, download the newest drivers for all your other devices, because some 95 drivers don't work with 98.
An obstacle is something you see when you take your eyes off your goal.
August 27th, 1999, 10:12 AM
Are you ready to upgrade to Windows 98?
View your system properties by right-clicking on the "My Computer" icon and selecting "Properties..." from the context menu. Select the "Device Manager" tab and then click the "Print..." button. For Report Type, choose "All devices and system summary", then print the report. If hardware settings are lost during your upgrade to Windows 98, you may be able to find them in this report. It includes just about everything.
August 29th, 1999, 06:16 AM
I have Win 98 SE and have just brought a Creative Webcam III USB i have a lot of probs with it, everytime you restart it keeps detecting a new device! sometimes it works sometime it doesnt, I think it is to do with 98 SE, anyone else had probs?