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PC freezes when plugging camera in USB

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Hi there,

I've recently installed a driver for my Sony Cybershot digital camera. The installation process goes smoothly, I restart my computer, we're all good.

I plug my camera into the USB, Windows says it's recognized new hardware. Still good. Then a new box pops up stating that the software is being updated, and my computer...freezes. I've reinstalled the driver numerous times to no avail., and plug in while no other programs are running except for Explorer.

Can anyone -please- advise? I'm on Windows '98 SE, and will give more info, if necessary.

Intel Pentium III, 733 MHz
133MHz external bus
127MB physical
50% free resources
1 memory slots, 0 free (127)
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