Problem with Panasonic NV-GS300 video camera

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Heikki, May 20, 2007.

  1. Heikki

    Heikki Guest

    I connect the camera via USB and computer doesn't seem to find the camera.
    Vista installs some driver of it's own and doesn't let me install Panasonic
    driver. As a result, i can't capture any video from camera with Adobe
    Premiere program. Is there a place, where I could find a driver that works or
    solve the compatibility problem somehow?
     
    Heikki, May 20, 2007
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  2. Heikki

    huwyngr Guest

    With USB devices you have to install the dedicated software before you attach
    the USB cable to the printer and to the PC. They must be isolated until wither
    the software installation procedure tells you to connect or until after
    [Finish]

    Use Add/Remove programs to remove any Panasonic software you may have
    installed and delete any icon for the camera that may appear in Control Panel
    Scanners & Cameras then reboot and install the Panasonic software. Check first
    if it is designed for VISTA if not see if you can get VISTA software for your
    camera; if not you can try installing the XP software using Compatibility mode
    and setting it to XP with SP2 and also checking the box Run as Administrator.

    You do this by locating the file that starts the installation procedure --
    might be setup.exe -- and right mouse clicking on it then selecting
    Compatibility. You'll see the two functions to set on that TAB.
     
    huwyngr, May 20, 2007
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