Has someone drivers for this camera, because all links are dead can you please upload them here.
This is cheap 6 led camera from ebay only this driver could be instaled...
Tis is USB information VID_1C4F&PID_3000...
its going to take these little jap companies a while to figger out that people are now using 64bit windows.
it took microsoft long enough to work that out.
windows xp 64bit is a joke, vista is not much better with poor or no support, i just hope that windows 7 64bit is muich better supported by everyone or that to will fail.
so far i have not had that may problems getting windows 7 64bit up and running on my machine the only sticky point was the creative sound card.
but really thats down to creative being lazy and trying to patch up a old windows 2k driver to work on everything.
thats the downside with creative, they make out standing sound cards like my xfi card then back it up with very poor drivers.
only time is going to tell if windows 7 64bit gets a fair deal from these companies, they can make or break 64bit windows.
you need to make sure that you have the latest version of yahoo messenger.
once you have that, make sure nothing else has access to the webcam then run the webcam wizard from inside yahoo messenger to set the cam up ready for use with that program.
I just extracted these files however I'm not sure what to do with them, the app; amcam will stream the webcam but my mic still isn't working. You say install from Device Manager however I don't know what to do or what to click to install on what in the D Manager.
if your streaming video then the driver is working just fine.
the mic is using the basic input from your sound card.
look at your cam if it has a red plug on it that goes in to the red socket on your sound card.
then what you have to do is tell windows its there by doing the following.
double click your little speaker icon in the bottom right hand taskbar.
click options, then properties, put a tick in the mic box, and click ok
go back to the play control and take the tick out of mute mic, turn up the volume till you can here yourself.