[svfig-open] Windows98/ME USB driver files
forther at comcast.net
Wed Dec 3 10:44:29 PST 2003
There is no such thing as off-topic here at SVFIG-OPEN!!!
I have questions and several pieces of advice. Please email directly with
answers to questions if you prefer. It's free advice, and perhaps worth
what you paid for it.
First the questions.
Do you have other USB devices which DO work?(1) (it doesn't mean that the
camera SHOULD work, just an indication of what needs to be tested and/or fixed)
What OS are you running( look in |Help|About )?(2) WIN98 SE?(2.1) Do you
have the original distribution CD?(3) Please note that it would be best to
have the files that match your OS because there are frequently different
I can probably get the files when I know which OS you're running.
Advice 1) Try Alta Vista to search the web in addition to googling Usenet.
Advice B) These are a couple of websites which address similiar problems
Advice III ) When in danger or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout.
- Dr. Richard Ames,"The Cat Who Walks Through Walls" (by Robert Heinlein)
ROBERT A. HEINLEIN QUOTES
Advice N where N is a large integer) I can probably get the files when I
know which OS you're running
Advice N + 1 ) If you can't resolve it after installing the files, please
post to the regular SVFIG list.
Would you consider discussing this briefly at the December FIG meeting?
At 08:00 PM 12/02/2003 -0800, you wrote:
>I apologize for this off-topic personal plea. I just bought a digital
>camera with a USB interface. Said USB interface doesn't work. The
>accompanying software installation program mentioned failure to find a
>couple of *.SYS files. I am exploring the possibility that this is the
>problem. Support from Microsoft and camera vendor Fuji is of course
>laughable. Where do I look next? Why not FIG?
>If anyone in this venue has a Windows98 or ME system, I would appreciate
>your search for these files:
>Or if you can direct me to a website that might have these, you would earn
>my nearly undying gratitude. (For whatever that might be worth.) Yes, I
>have tried the Microsoft support website, Fuji too. Please don't suggest
>reliving that experience.
>If you have these files, please use my anonymous FTP directory:
>Email with any help or suggestion is welcome.
>Thanks for your attention and apologies for this off-topic intrusion.
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