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    Hi,

    Long shot I guess but does anyone know where I can get 64bit drivers for Win 7 (I'd assume vista 64 drivers would also work) for a USB WebCam based on an IP2936-L chipset (it's not the same one as far as I can tell but it looks exactly like this 6 LED one)?

    It probably makes as much sense to buy a new cheap one but I'm loath to throw away a perfectly good working one.

    Kyu
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    Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

    Identifying the device first would vastly help. If for any reason, there are no identifying marks on it, how was it detected by Windows?
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      Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

      Originally posted by L4ndy View Post
      Identifying the device first would vastly help. If for any reason, there are no identifying marks on it, how was it detected by Windows?
      I Know ... that's why I said it was the IP2936-L chipset (for which I had to take it apart)

      Initially it's an "Unknown Device" but when I applied a few drivers I was trying (that didn't work) it said it was a USB PC WebCam (as I recall).

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        Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

        There is normally an FCC ID or similar which will help ID it
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          Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

          Originally posted by Ossian View Post
          There is normally an FCC ID or similar which will help ID it
          Where would I find that? On the PCB inside?

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          • #6
            Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

            It is a camera made by Kinstone and rebadged. http://www.kinstone.net/product.asp?MID=146&TID=145 Possibly a KS-1211. The drivers are somewhere on the site and the above link starts you off at the web cams but I don't know if they have release any Windows 7 ones for this camera.

            DRIVERS: http://www.kinstone.net/download.asp
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              Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

              Originally posted by Kyuuketsuki View Post
              Where would I find that? On the PCB inside?

              Kyu
              Should be visible outside, along with the serial number and all the elf'n'safe-tea warnings
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              • #8
                Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

                I've got one of those cameras, pretty sure I used the mini CD that came with it to install the driver which was almost certainly Vista. I'll check....
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                  Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

                  Originally posted by cruachan View Post
                  I've got one of those cameras, pretty sure I used the mini CD that came with it to install the driver which was almost certainly Vista. I'll check....
                  Thanks

                  Kyu
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                  • #10
                    Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

                    OK, mine identifies as a Vimicro VC305 and the driver version is 3.7.308.10. It's dated 2007 so it's clearly a 32-bit Vista driver but it works fine using WoW on 64-bit Windows 7.

                    I've still got the CD, so if you can't find the drivers online drop me a PM and I'll upload them to Rapidshare or somewhere like that.
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                    • #11
                      Re: WebCam Driver (Windows 7 64bit)

                      Originally posted by cruachan View Post
                      OK, mine identifies as a Vimicro VC305 and the driver version is 3.7.308.10. It's dated 2007 so it's clearly a 32-bit Vista driver but it works fine using WoW on 64-bit Windows 7.

                      I've still got the CD, so if you can't find the drivers online drop me a PM and I'll upload them to Rapidshare or somewhere like that.
                      Yes please ... will send you a PM.

                      Kyu
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