This is a growing collection of the questions we get most often. The most general questions are on this page, and questions related to a specific product are on the separate pages below.
We love to hear from you, but you may find the answers you're looking for quickly here.
Take a look at our Resources section for a list of all the applications we know work with our drivers.
How can I find out about new versions of your drivers?
We use mailing lists to announce new releases when they become available. Please choose the lists you want to join from our Contact page.
Please see the FAQs for your specific driver.
Check our Resources section for the current list.
No! Demo versions are fully functional except for the time limit. We want you to be sure the driver is working well for you before you register. So, if you have trouble, read through the FAQs and then file a support request if you don't find what you need there.
To join our new product announcement list, send a blank email (no subject or body) to email@example.com, or check our web site occasionally.
How quickly we can add support for any given device depends in no particular order on how easy it is to support, how popular it is, and whether we have the technical information we need. Our product announcement mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be used to announce support for additional devices.
If your camera is not in our list of supported devices, you can help us work toward supporting your camera in two ways (in descending order of importance):
1) Contact your camera's manufacturer and ask them to get in touch with us. We need technical specs and a sample camera or two.
2) Send us the full name of the camera, the manufacturer and the output from running USB Prober to email@example.com.
We appreciate the help.
Heck no. We work with lots of manufacturers, and we're not about to play favorites.
Apple supplies support for most FireWire DV cameras with the operating system, so we don't currently see a significant gap to fill. You can find a list of compatible DV cameras on Apple's site at www.apple.com/imovie/compatibility/camcorder.html.
Well, this really comes down to economics. We have to work first on the projects with the best potential return on investment. If you can get your device's manufacturer to fund or partially fund development, that's the best option. Alternatively, you can fund or partially fund development. As a start, you can ask your vendor to send us all of the technical specifications on their device, and a couple of units to test with. We gladly sign non-disclosure agreements.
Can I purchase a driver without going through eSellerate?
Not really. If you have some sort of extenuating circumstance, you can contact us. Then we'll arrange for payment by some other means and send you a serial number to register the driver.
I've lost my serial number!
No problem. If you ordered through eSellerate, you can retrieve your serial number by going to http://store.esellerate.net/support and entering the e-mail address you used to make the purchase. A history of all of your eSellerate purchases, including serial numbers, will be mailed to you.
I've lost my serial number, and I have a new email address.
If you have a new e-mail address since you used eSellerate to purchase one of our drivers fill out the change of address request and we will update your e-mail address at eSellerate. Then you will be able to retrieve your serial numbers.
IOXperts serial numbers are tied to the device when the device has a unique hardware serial number. Otherwise the serial number is tied to the computer you used to register the driver.
If you moved your device to another machine, and the serial number isn't valid on that machine, the serial number is tied to the computer you registered on. Be sure to register the driver on the machineintend to use.
If you tried to use an identical device (i.e. same model of Wireless card or camera), and the serial number is invalid, the serial number is tied to the device.
IOXperts will gladly transfer your license to another computer or to a new device (Camera or Wireless card) if it failed and you bought a replacement.
Fill out a serial number request along with the Unique ID from the new computer, and some proof of purchase. The Unique ID is available in the IOXperts Camera Identifier application.
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