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The 2016 R3 SDK (the one you installed) sadly will not work with your R200, as the SDK's support for the R200 ended with the previous version, 2016 R2 (though it continues in the open-source Librealsense SDK). I recommend uninstalling R3 and then installing R2 using the link below, which launches the SDK download immediately.
I really appreciate your reply.
I uninstalled the 2016R3 SDK and installed the 2016R2 SDK from your link.
But the Camara Explorer or other tools and samples doesn't work and the same RealSenseDCMR200 event log - FW Version Mismatch still occurs.
Is there any RealSensCDM200 service which supports my R200 (firmware version 184.108.40.206)?
Or is there any way to downgrade my 220.127.116.11 firmware to 18.104.22.168 version?
Yours was a problem I have not come across before. It was a real puzzle. The release notes for the current R200 DCM on the main downloads page (the one for current versions, not the Previous Versions page), dated 1 Sept 2016, suggested that it was meant for use with a RealSense SDK version that was coming soon, and that using it with an SDK other than that one may cause problems. But the next SDK after that was 2016 R3 in December 2016, which removed support for the R200.
Anyway, the R200 DCM version before the current one was this one. This link will start the download automatically.
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I was wondering if you had the chance to check the suggestion kindly provided by MartyG.
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