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Error Creating Device Enumerator


Best Answer welcome123 , 26 January 2016 - 02:09 AM

This thread can now be closed if no longer needed, i didn't find a fix for this without having to re-format my laptop back to factory settings, all works fine now with no errors. Thanks for your... Go to the full post »


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Can anyone please help me with this error, i have a microscope/enderscope and i was using a camera software called oasis, all was working fine until last night, for some reason everytime i try to open the software it gives me this error, (Error Creating Device Enumerator) when i click ok the software starts but it wont let me choose any cameras, if i unplug my camera and just run the software i stil get the same error, any ideas what i can do to fix this? I cant uninstall the software because it don't install as it is a stand alone program.
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Try setting the Portable Device Enumerator Service from Services.msc to manual - good explanation here


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Thanks for your reply, i did the above and still no joy, but i have noticed that when i run cyberlink youcam it says that it can't find a webcam,  i checked in device manager and my webcam is there and it says that it is working properly! and when i plug my microscope/enderscope in windows accepts it and also device manager see's it. so im pretty confused to be honest i have made sure that the internal webcam is on, my lappy is a  Medion Akoya E6212. have you any other suggestions? Thanks. 


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What version of Windows?


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I am using windows 7 home edition
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✓  Best Answer

This thread can now be closed if no longer needed,

i didn't find a fix for this without having to re-format my laptop back to factory settings,

all works fine now with no errors.

Thanks for your help.


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