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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by sstahl123007, Sep 19, 2010.

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  1. sstahl123007

    sstahl123007 Thread Starter

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    I am running Windows XP fully updated and trying to install a program for my security cameras called Multiviewer 2.0. I originally installed the program with the disc that came with my cameras. When I try to run the program I immediately get a window from Microsoft that says the program needs to be shut down and it asks me to send an error report. I figured the download might have gone wrong, so I removed it and did it again...no change. So I e-mailed the people that sold me the cameras and they gave me a link to download the same program from the internet. I did that and there was still no change. Does anyone know why this program will not work even though it says it is compatible for Windows 2000 or Windows XP?
     
  2. wandering-free

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    I found I had the same problem until I reloaded all the drivers and reinstalled the usb2 and video and audio codecs it was not very user friendly and I have found I can't get any other programs to work with the easycap I only assume it's because it's password protected even though I haven't setup a password it comes up with "Admin" / "Login" but then doesn't need a password, it must be there way of stopping other programs using the easycap if I had realized it was so user unfriendly I would never have bought it, I also found I have to unplug and replug the usb lead every time I use it.

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