1. INSTALLING THE CAMERA DRIVER AND THE TOMI SOFTWARE

Before plugging the USB cable connected to the camera into the computer, you must first install the
TOMI software or the camera driver recognition process will not work properly.

Insert the TOMI CD in your CD drive. The automatic startup should bring up the following window. Click on “Load Camera” to install the camera driver.

If the automatic startup does not bring this window up, open up “My Computer” and double click on your CD drive (you should see a drive named TOMI_122). Click on “autorun.exe”.

Choose the Operating System present on your computer. If you are using Windows 7 or Windows 10, choose VISTA.

Click Next.

Check “No, I’ll restart my computer later” and click finish.

Back to the first window, click on “Load Software”.

Click Next.

Review the license agreement, check “I agree to the terms of this license agreement” and click Next.

Enter the serial number provided to you on the sticker of the TOMI CD sleeve. Make sure to enter the letters all caps and include the hyphens in between each of the 3 sets of characters. Click Next.

Enter your Name as well as a name for your Company and click Next.

Click Next to keep the default folder location or choose another location on the C drive.

Check “Make shortcuts available to all users” if you do not wish to restrict the use of the TOMI software for a single user and click Next.

Click Next to proceed with the installation.

Click Finish. IT IS NOW TIME TO RESTART YOUR COMPUTER BEFORE PLUGGING IN THE CAMERA. CLICK ON “START”, “SHUT DOWN” AND RESTART YOU COMPUTER.

Upon restart, let your computer finish its startup process and plug in the camera. Click on “Continue
Anyway”.

Windows should automatically find the camera driver and display “Your new hardware is installed and ready to use” in a small information window at the bottom right corner of your desktop.