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Topic # 90272 18-Sep-2011 15:23
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Hi all,

Found an old webcam amoungst my collection of items, and thought i would give it a whirl, but i no longer have the drivers, anyone have these by any chance?  DSE no longer have these on thier website.

Jason  

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  Reply # 522677 18-Sep-2011 16:14
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does it not detect and install automatically?



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  Reply # 523198 19-Sep-2011 19:34
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as a microphone only, the webcam part does not.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 523229 19-Sep-2011 20:25
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You could try some of the generic webcam drivers included with windows, and / or get the device PCI ID from device manager and look that up on the net to find the drivers for that or something with a very similar pci id.



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  Reply # 523777 20-Sep-2011 21:41
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still not having much luck

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  Reply # 523778 20-Sep-2011 21:42
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what is the pci-id for the unknown device properties in device manager ?

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  Reply # 687966 19-Sep-2012 06:17
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Hey there. I actually have this disk. I've uploaded the disk torrent file to isohunt. Link:

https://ca.isohunt.com/torrent_details/413568725/USB+2.0+1.3MP+Webcam+DSE+Dicksmith+Dick+Smith+Microphone+XH5222+Driver?tab=summary

I'll seed for as long as I can.






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  Reply # 689624 21-Sep-2012 19:34
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streetdragon: Hey there. I actually have this disk. I've uploaded the disk torrent file to isohunt. Link:

https://ca.isohunt.com/torrent_details/413568725/USB+2.0+1.3MP+Webcam+DSE+Dicksmith+Dick+Smith+Microphone+XH5222+Driver?tab=summary

I'll seed for as long as I can.





cleaning out the storage in the garage, i found my disk.... but many thanks...

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