IBM PC/Net Camera - INF version Free Driver Download
5.0 (30 Mar 2005)
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PC/Net Camera - INF version
5.0 (30 Mar 2005)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4
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This is the product of hours of frustration and tracking-down of files. The setup program for the IBM-provided driver failed to launch on my computer (would start but never show any windows, basically just hanging before it even started). So I would basically be unable to install the driver at all. I took the setup CAB files and extracted all these files, then modified the INF file to copy the necessary files.
So this is basically an INF version of the IBM drivers, installable as long as you know how to use the Found New Hardware dialog.
How to install:
1) Extract the files in this archive (RAR format, use WinRAR for your ZIP and RAR needs - www.rarlabs.com) to a folder, preferrably a folder on your desktop.
2) Plug in the camera.
3) When the Found New Hardware dialog appe
Falcon4 (DG Member) on 3/30/2005
IBMPCCamera-INF.rar (1.3 MB)
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