Now when I plug it in, the LED lights come on the microscope but amcap states ‘no video capture device was found’. Edited by skyshrimp, 11 January – I’ve tried Uninstall and then Scan for Hardware Changes. And if all this does not help, write us. If you have not done it before then here is a guide. I’ll probably have to buy an XP laptop for the microscope but I thought I’d start a thread in case there was a possible work around I could try. I want to subscribe to the newsletter.
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Ednet Usb Microscope Driver – electropriority87m
Ednet AG Ednet 87099 Free Driver Download (Official)
Community Forum Software by IP. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. NET Framework 2 to run but I am not sure why to would need.
I am assuming in your first image the driver file has an exe extension. I’m not sure if it’s relevant, but I also opened aveodcnt. You could probably pick one up for less than a license of XP on ebay. NET Framework 2 or the driver that installs when attached is only 32bit compatible. Can you extract the contents using Winrar or 7zip?
I can’t say the software will install a Windows 10 driver or not. Have you lost or misplaced your ednet instruction manual? That is one of the problems with Windows 10, forced updates which also included micoscope if you do not disable that feature.
On the microscope’s driver disc auto. NET is needed to run the optional software.
We will send you the data immediately. Welcome to the world of Windows Here you can request the declaration of conformity of all ednet products if required. It’s possible some update on Windows 10 caused the problem of it no longer being detected.
I just tried this microscope on a Windows 7 64 bit laptop and got the same problem. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Do you need drivers, a user manual, or just some info? The driver is miicroscope InstallScript Setup Launcher so it can’t be found. I’ll probably have to buy miicroscope XP laptop for the microscope but I thought I’d start a thread in case there was a possible work around I could try.
The driver file is a InstallScript Setup Launcher not sure what that is. I opened WinRAR and chose the driver. It’s possible the 32bit version of WIndows 7 had.
Microscopr each system is running. It should be similar for Windows The moment I plugged in the microscope it said “Software installed successfully’.