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#1 garymacphail

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Posted 17 September 2009 - 07:11 AM

Software is all up to date but Imager does not show any LPI's to select.

Vista wants to install it with the Trusted WebCam driver, which does not make it work, so I removed that.

Looking into system cameras list there is nothing, and when I try to manually add new hardware I do not know which driver to select for it, or where it is located.

Reinstalling Autostar and Imager programs (with their drivers) has no affect. The LPI is not activated.

Is there a special driver I need to get, or something I am missing?

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Gary

#2 John S.

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Posted 24 September 2009 - 04:55 PM

Gary try this,.... these instructions are at the autostarsuite forum . I dumped my Vista and switched to XP a couple of years ago so I don't know if this fix actually works. Worth a try. It involves changing the names in the registry.

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#3 Planetary Defense Foundation

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 03:49 PM

Software is all up to date but Imager does not show any LPI's to select.

Vista wants to install it with the Trusted WebCam driver, which does not make it work, so I removed that.

Looking into system cameras list there is nothing, and when I try to manually add new hardware I do not know which driver to select for it, or where it is located.

Reinstalling Autostar and Imager programs (with their drivers) has no affect. The LPI is not activated.

Is there a special driver I need to get, or something I am missing?

Thanks
Gary




Hello Gary,

Please go here to learn how to install your LPI as MeadeLPI not as Trust Webcam "
http://meade4m.com/f...pic,1747.0.html
http://meade4m.com/f...pic,1747.0.html

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