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Wannabe Geek

# 14163 19-Jun-2007 10:16
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Was not sure which forum to post this in, looking for drivers for my old webcam, I think the make was "Blaze"

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Ultimate Geek

  # 75143 19-Jun-2007 10:19
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Have you Googled it? Chances are is that it's on the official website that it's made from, because I lost my setup disk for mine but I went on Labtec's website (the makers of my Webcam) and it was there, so chances one your one should be there also.

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Wannabe Geek

  # 75144 19-Jun-2007 10:21
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Yes I have googled it (first thing I do) but after an hour of searching, and not even finding a website for the cam, I gave up.


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Ultimate Geek

  # 75147 19-Jun-2007 10:23
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Well I'm sorry but you may have to buy a new Webcam if you can't find it on Google, or even the Webcam's official website.

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Master Geek

  # 75170 19-Jun-2007 15:09
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Doing some searching shows Blaze associated with Sonix, and some further searching gives a link to a driver download. I have no idea if this is what you are looking for, but you can at least check it out. It may work.

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  # 75171 19-Jun-2007 15:14
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You could try entering the FCC ID here and see if it lists the manufacturer. You may then be able to a step closer..

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Master Geek

  # 75176 19-Jun-2007 15:55
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You could try entering the FCC ID here and see if it lists the manufacturer. You may then be able to a step closer..

This can also work for serial numbers. Just Google the serial and see if you can find the manufacturer.

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