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i have this cam and keep getting told that there is no drivers for it for windows xp....the originl owner whos computer crashed had it installed just find but lost the disk so why is it he had a driver from a cds they gave him with purchse but no support is given online for this??

denis hachey
Wed, 27 Dec 2006 00:18:44 -0800

I am having the same problem i need the driver for this exact camera

stephanie mahaney
Sun, 21 Jan 2007 12:40:07 -0800

I have the same camera, this is the setup install file, hope it works for ya.

Attached File: setup.exe (2 MB)

Wed, 24 Jan 2007 17:33:34 -0800

I just got a new computer and I have this camera set up on my old one and it worked just fine. I obvioulsy lost the drivers with the switch so I used the file Rick gave. Now my computer detects it and so does Photoshop (when I open the import option the camera is there) but whenever I try to open it using Photoshop, Msn or even AMCap it says the cam isn't connected...can anyone help me with that??

Thu, 15 Feb 2007 02:26:31 -0800

I had the same problem. It would say that there is no Driver.
1. First make sure you install the (setup.exe) that Stephanie posted. After it is finished go to (Device Manager)(if you dont know how to get to Device Manager go to instructions number 2), Pc Camera will have a question mark on it. Double-click the (Pc Camera), another window will pop-up, select (No, not this time), then select (Install from a list or specific location), then (Don't search, I will chose the driver to install), click next, scroll down the list and chose (Imaging Devices or Video Devices depending on the OS), click next and the driver should finish the installation. After you it is done another window will pop-up, on the right-hand corner scroll down the list and chose your camera. If you want to use the webcam with MSN Messenger, after you sign in go to Tools and select Webcam Settings. You should get a picture. Make sure your camera is always plugged in.
2.To get to Device Manager on Xp Pro go to Start, Control Pannel,(if your control pannel is setup on category view) go to Performance and Maintenance, then System, (if your control pannel is setup on Classic view) you can directly go to System, after you get into system click Hardvare, and there it is where you get the Device Manager.
I had the same problem, I fixed it this way.

Thu, 01 Mar 2007 23:38:54 -0800

Sorry the (setup.exe) file was posted by Rick. My bad..

Thu, 01 Mar 2007 23:44:11 -0800

thanks for the saved me:)

Fri, 13 Apr 2007 18:31:38 -0700

Rick, Thanks for the drivers. I was looking all over the internet for this.

Tue, 01 May 2007 20:32:38 -0700

hey i m so thankful to you. i lost my cd so i couldn't find it..... but i was searching on the website and also couldn't find... i m so thankful to you for the driver. GOD bless you!

Mon, 08 Dec 2008 04:31:40 +0000

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