Could you tell me the make and model number of the PC you are using the camera with please? Thanks!
Looking through past cases of people with this error, causes can include:
- Having an incompatible processor chip; or
- Needing to plug the camera into a mains-powered USB hub instead of plugging it directly into the PC.
Your processor is a 6th generation Skylake architecture, so there's no problem there. Your PC meets the specification for the camera.
The correct order of installation is to install the DCM first and the Essentials SDK second.
Another person recently had a problem with using that most recent DCM with their R200. I recommended that they install the previous R200 DCM that came before that one. Clicking on this link will launch the download of that DCM automatically.
I also note that you mentioned the Essentials SDK (also known as '2016 R3'). Essentials will not work with the R200 camera, as the final SDK to support the R200 was '2016 R2'. I recommend uninstalling Essentials and then downloading and installing 2016 R2 SDK using this link, which again starts the download automatically.
I tried, but DCM instaration was failed.
– uninstalling SDK
– uninstalling DCM
– uninstalling all three R200 drivers in the DeviceManager
– unplug the R200
– reopen the DCM installation
– plug the R200
– terminated.( same error occured)
Do you know another action for this problem?
Is this Hardware or Firmware problem of the R200?
Your problem seems to be with the firmware installation. On the page that you got your list of steps from ("The installer failed to detect an Intel(R) RealSense 3D camera on this system"), that person solved their installation problem using a mains-powered hub instead of plugging the camera directly into their PC's USB port. From your description, it sounds like you may have the same problem as that person.
As your PC meets the specification for RealSense, your symptoms strongly suggest that the camera is not being detected properly during the firmware installation process. Purchasing and using a mains-powered hub with your camera may be your best chance of success.
I met same troubles, and now fixed it.
Setup files is below.
At first time installing (1), it was failed with error code 1603, and it was happend at extract [Microsoft Visual C++ 20xx Redistributable(xNN)].
So, I uninstalled VisualStudio and those packages, after that I could install (1), (2) and now I can use my R200 camera.
Thanks for your information about R200's Essentials SDK ver.