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npaisnel Oct 20, 2008 03:10 AM

Sony LISSA system software
I saw a few threads on this forum from 2002 from qxe900:




about this software.

I also have the Ver1.0E software but the same problem that I cant get it to run in Win XP. This is because it is Win98/2k software

I have tried MS Virtual PC and Sun Virtual Box to run both Win98SE and Win2k in, but still no joy.

I have built up a spare PC with 98SE in and no good the software still did not recognise the components . I installed Win2kPro, and this did recognise the the three devices, but with a yellow ! mark.
It see them as Microsoft DV Camera and VCR, so followed the instructions:

[COLOR="Blue"]Double-click [Microsoft DV Camera and VCR], click the [Driver] tab
in the "Properties" window, and then click [Update Driver] to update the driver.
4. Select [Sony i.LINK device (xxx-LSA1)] (xxx, indicated as MDS, CDP or STR,
is the model name of the LISSA-series component) in the window as the driver[/COLOR]

but still no good

Does any one else have this system? and been able to get it to work?

Or better still does anyone have the mystical Ver2.0 software?


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npaisnel Sep 27, 2009 03:09 AM

I no have version 2.0 if anyone in the future finds this thread and wants the software.
But no still cant get it working. now have a Mac as well to compound the problem

But if anyone can help that would be great too :tup:

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