> > http://www.slashcam.de/info/ DV capture-with-XP-81201.html > > > The trick is actually quite simple in hindsight: it> is not s.1394 but s.der DV processing. > > Just import the MSDV.dll of a SP1 Calculator under Windows/System32/drivers>, with the well-known tricks and do not forget the sp2.cab dllcache and the 'effect is gone. >
what is with "familiar with the tricks and sp2.cab dllcache" mean?? if I am one of the erklöären could then I'd finally done with the mist !!!!!! Microsoft angers me again and again, an update or service pack is not even Solte have to follow the later half of the software no longer works!
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Antwort von Stefan:
Search with Google for "sp2.cab dllcache msdv.dll" windows/system32/drivers "" sp1 "
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Here is the detailed procedure to proceed directly from Microsoft (Please, just, that is, each point noted):
It is possible the drivers MSDV.sys again back to the old Xp sp1 It should first state to bring the data secured. These steps are only possible if the Calculator of XP Sp1 to XP Sp2 has been updated (If this is an installation with built-Sp2, then need my old copy of the file MSDV.SYS a friend or similar)
The steps are: 1. [dv] Camera [zb] Canon MV20 connect s.den Pc 2. The camera then follows to remove Start-> Control Panel-> System-> Hardware-> Device Manager on imaging devices-> a Canon DV camera with the right Mouse button to click-> Uninstall to remove the confirmation message to the with "OK" to confirm Distance from PC Camera
3. Now the old drivers MSDV.SYS following dimensions re import Restart the Pc, but in safe mode and as Administrator Sign up (can of Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key when Booting the system to achieve open) and the Explorer to Windows Driver Cachei386 double-clicking the file "driver.cab" the file "MSDV.SYS" search (the version number should be smaller 5.3.2600.2180, Right-click on File-> Extract-> eg on desktop> right click on the Extracted file on the desktop and on the Version tab) Right the file "MSDV.SYS" -> Copy the file then in the following directories : Paste Windowssystem32drivers Windowssystem32dllcache WindowsLastGoodSystem32Drivers Change directory to the Windows Driver Cachei386, where the file Sp2.cab search and rename them. Restart PC Fair
4. When the PC is rebooted and the user is logged on, the DV Camera Reconnect s.den PC and make sure the new Hardware has been detected. If this is not the case, then look up, whether the version number of MSDV File: SYS is less than 5.3.2600.2180. it can happen synonymous when the camera comes back on, the the system twice after msdv.sys Drivers. asks, then Drivers Select and confirm msdv.sys of XPSP1 forever.
Before, I would try and see if the patch helps IT for SP2. Where and how it can be found, "were discussed in the forum ;-) about 1 week before (homework.