I am trying to install a Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 on a Dell computer running Windows 98SE. When I try to install it I get serveral messages that files (for example iyuv_32.dll, vfwwdm.drv, usbaudio.sys etc) are missing from my computer. Apparently these are on the Windows 98SE update CD-ROM which I do not have. I had assumed running Windows update on a regular basis would have install all updates.
Is there somewhere I can get or download the files or the whole of Windows 98SE update CD-ROM?
A search on Microsoft's web site does not provide any help apart from a list of files on the update CD.
I tried SFC but it only found only missing file. When I tell SFC where to look for the files (i.e. on my Windows CD) it tells me that it can not find the files. Is this because the files are within a cab file? If it is, how do I get SFC to find the files or how do I extract the files? How did I know which cab files to use?
I will try some of the other SFC options.
rsinbad, I have printed the Symantic's help page and will try their advice.
Hamish, I tried Google but could not find anywhere to download the files from.
"When I try to install my camera it asks for the win98 se disk and when I put it in and try to find the driver it says there is no iyuv_32.dll".
"I was having the same problem, however I found the solution. Go to Microsoft Downloads and download the series 9 of windows media player and it has the file in there. Then just reinstall camera software".
Thanks to one and all. I have found the files and the QuickCam installation found them but the installation has now messed up my scanner and the QuickCam and I can not undo this so I have now abandoned the QuickCam. Thanks again.
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