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  1. Go to http://sourceforge.net/projects/roboticslab/files/RGBDemo-0.4.0-Win32.zi... abd download RGBDemo-0.4.0-Win32 when prompted
  2. Navigate to where you downloaded it and extract it.
  3. Plug in your Kinect to the USB port on your PC. (make sure you do this step)
  4. Go to the Start menu on windows
  5. Right click on Computer and select properties
  6. Select Device manager
  7. Look for a device named “Xbox NUI Motor” under Other devices and right click on it
  8. Select “Update Driver Software” and then click “Browse my computer for driver software”
  9. Click Browse and navigate to where you extracted the ‘RGBDemo-0.4.0-Win32’ folder
  10. Navigate inside ‘RGBDemo-0.4.0-Win32’ and into the drivers folder. At this point you should see 3 folders: xbox nui audio, xbox nui camera, and xbox nui motor.
  11. Because you have started with Xbox NUI Motor, select that folder (not any sub folders) and click ok
  12. Make sure ‘include subfolders’ is checked and click next
  13. If windows prompts you about installing device software, select install
  14. Once this is done, click close and go back to Device manager.
  15. Under Other devices 2 more devices should have shown up. They should be ‘Xbox NUI Audio’ and ‘Xbox NUI Camera’.
  16. Right click ‘Xbox NUI Audio’ and select ‘Update Driver Software’
  17. Like before select Browse my computer for driver software
  18. Like before select browse, navigate to RGBDemo-0.4.0-Win32 folder and into the drivers folder. Now, rather than selecting the xbox nui motor folder, select the xbox nui audio folder instead.
  19. click ok and next and if prompted click install
  20. click close and go back to device manage 1 last time
  21. under other devices, right click ‘Xbox NUI Camera’ and select update driver software
  22. like before select browse my computer for driver software
  23. Like before select browse, navigate to RGBDemo-0.4.0-Win32 folder and into the drivers folder. Now, rather than selecting the xbox nui audiofolder, select the xbox nui camera folder instead.
  24. click ok and next and if prompted click install
  25. go back to device manager and check under ‘Human Interface Devices’ there should be all 3 components there now: ‘Xbox NUI Audio’, ‘Xbox NUI Camera’, ‘Xbox NUI Motor’
  26. At this point all of your drivers should be installed and working properly. To test this, navigate to the RGBDemo-0.4.0-Win32 folder that you extracted earlier and run the ‘glview’ application. Kinect should boot up and run showing you what it sees.
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