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'''When I installed my software and connected the VA11A USB video capture adapter, Windows tells me to insert a disk. What do I do?'''
 
'''When I installed my software and connected the VA11A USB video capture adapter, Windows tells me to insert a disk. What do I do?'''
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Sometimes Windows 98 and Windows ME do not recognize that drivers for the Video Capture Adapter were already installed. When prompted for the disk, try the following:
 
Sometimes Windows 98 and Windows ME do not recognize that drivers for the Video Capture Adapter were already installed. When prompted for the disk, try the following:

Revision as of 22:40, 9 June 2006

Question

When I installed my software and connected the VA11A USB video capture adapter, Windows tells me to insert a disk. What do I do?

Answer

Sometimes Windows 98 and Windows ME do not recognize that drivers for the Video Capture Adapter were already installed. When prompted for the disk, try the following:

  • In the "Insert Disk" window, click the "Browse" button to look for the driver files.
  • Go to your C: drive in the list and "Program Files," "Common Files," "X10," "DriverInstall," and finally "X10 VA11A Video Capture."
  • Click on the OK button to use the driver files in that folder. Follow the instructions on your screen to finish.

Once the driver installation finishes, you should be able to use ActiveHome Pro.

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