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ZS211 on Windows 7 64bit
#1
I'm running Windows 7 64 bit. The only item not working right now after upgrading from Vista 32 bit is the ZS211 webcam. I've browsed through the posts about ZS211 and 64bit OS's here and none of the suggestions work. The cam doesn't run on AMCAP or on Windows live messenger. It's just blank and it takes several seconds to load. Anyone got this webcam running on Windows 7 64bit?
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#2
i think under windows 7 you will have to load just the driver and skip the amcap program.
that amcap program is dos based and even vista does not like it that much.
have a read of this post on what to do.
http://www.davesdrivers.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=67

and try it with the 64bit driver from here.
http://www.davesdrivers.com/forum/showth...hp?tid=647

remember just the driver, do not load the amcap program at all.
then use messenger cam wizard to test the cam and set it up.

thats your best chance of getting that cam working
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#3
no dice. unless i'm missing something. It takes about 3 minutes for windows to stop "thinking" but after it does, all i get is a white screen. This is also what happens in the webcam tuning wizard for WLM.
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#4
once the driver is installed what does device manager list it as ?

and are you 100% sure its the zs211 you have ?

so many of these 6 led cams around these days and all have different chipsets inside the control board.
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#5
hi, i'm running windows 7 64 bit ultimate and i have 4 led zs211 camera.
ZS211 64bit driver is not worked for me.
There is AIDA device properties:

Field Value
Device Properties
Device Description Vimicro Corp. PC Camera
Device ID 0AC8-307B
Device Class FF / 00
Device Protocol 00
Manufacturer Vimicro Corp.
Product PC Camera
Supported USB Version 1.10
Current Speed Full (USB 1.1)
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#6
you need to look at the chipset inside your cam.

aida has named your cams chipset as Vimicro the zs211 is made by zstar so you really do need to have a close look at your cams control board and find out what chipset is on it.

how to do that can be found here
http://www.davesdrivers.com/forum/showth...hp?tid=817
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#7
please help me find/send me driver for zs211 webcam for windows 7.thanks
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#8
i only know of one driver for that chipset under 64bit versions of windows.
it may work under windows 7 64 bit.
http://www.davesdrivers.com/forum/showth...hp?tid=647
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#9
hello,

Excuseme, but what's about win7 32 bit ?

i have searched for my ZS211 web cam, for win7 32 bit, and no result,

i'll upload a pic for it,

until that,
i hope some one help me please !


Ok. I found it,

thanx :)
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#10
just in case someone else is looking.
i only know of one possible 64bit driver for the ZS211 chipset and that is the one i have listed here.
http://www.davesdrivers.com/forum/showth...hp?tid=647
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#11
thank u :)
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#12
(11-25-2011, 10:32 PM)davey6 Wrote: just in case someone else is looking.
i only know of one possible 64bit driver for the ZS211 chipset and that is the one i have listed here.
http://www.davesdrivers.com/forum/showth...hp?tid=647

Hello! I am looking for drivers (manu intuix webcam 300k) to webcam zs211 for windows 7. I tried all form your link but always make this error: setupDLL\SetupDLL.cpp (409) $7.0.100.1342@WIndows XP Service Pack 1 (7601) BT_OTHER 65344.91... I am unable to run this cam, could you please try to help? Thank you!

Now it is working (I downloaded these drivers - zs211+zc2030 211+2030.zip]download - then I run setup which caused same error. So I extracted all files and manually add them to cam) Thank you for your download links. Hope this help anotehr people. I say Hello! from Czech Republic!
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#13
(11-25-2011, 10:32 PM)davey6 Wrote: just in case someone else is looking.
i only know of one possible 64bit driver for the ZS211 chipset and that is the one i have listed here.
http://www.davesdrivers.com/forum/showth...hp?tid=647

Thanks for this. I installed the 64-bit driver you provide and it still didn't work. I unplugged the pc cam from my keyboard USB port and into a self-powered USB hub, which is when Windows 7 64-bit instantly detected it. I just used it with Skype and it works like a charm. I'm so relieved I don't need to buy a new one.

Seriously anyone with the same problem, just plug it into your powered USB adapter or a rear PC USB port. It's a powerflow issue to peripheral and PC frontside USB ports that is just as likely to be the culprit as any other issue. I might add I have exceptional power to my workstation and it does not have anything to do with your PSU power. Try it with the 74-bit drivers for Windows 7 64-bit.
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#14
yes agreed as i have told so many members.
the rear main usb ports are the best possible ones to run a cam on as they have direct power from the motherboard.

a usb header such as a front port don't have enough power to run a webcam.
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#15
im having the same problem plz help i have no idea what im doing so please keep it simple lol
ive downloaded the driver from the list you gave but i dont think im doing it right

when i plug the cam in nothing happens so i dont now what window to open im running windows 7 64 bit
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