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CIF single chip driver for webcam

By bhu
Jul 19, 2006
  1. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    gglad to help
     
  2. nilakash2004

    nilakash2004 TS Rookie

    I need a webcam driver...name-Zenith...Device ID-USB\VID_093A&PID_2468\6&1C060862&0&3
    plz help me...
    CIF Single Chip
     
  3. cphillips71395

    cphillips71395 TS Rookie

    can you send me a screenshot of the box that comes up when you plug you webcam in.....

    thanks
     
  4. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    Oh that's just ez388xp.exe
    I actually found the info in this: http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic107943.html
    But the download seems to have stopped

    Anyway, I uploaded it here for you: http://rapidshare.com/files/315121418/ez388xp.zip.html
    Or just do a google search, I originally found ez388xp.exe freely at DriverGuide (free membership required).

    Let me know if it works :)
     
  5. jeeventhomas

    jeeventhomas TS Rookie

    all my friends

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Hi friends..
    Can any one help me please. I have a webcam, whose driver is lost during the recent reinstallation of window Xp. And I couldnt even find my driver CD for this web cam. When ever I plug on my webcam to my computer, it asks for driver "CIF Single Chip". So if any one has this driver, please send it to me via the email address given below,my product name Hiteck

    Thanks in advance ]
     
  6. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    Maybe have a read of this entire topic :rolleyes:

    We don't need to email you
    And we don't even want your email

    All info is freely available on the forums, and through support replies

    That's right >>> FREE

    Good luck with your issue, it may take a few minutes for you to read everything then go for a search on your WebCam ID

    Email me :haha: (only joking, I wouldn't supply my email on a public forum ;))
     
  7. koutoupas

    koutoupas TS Rookie

    tks tks tks trks
     
  8. gabrielayumi

    gabrielayumi TS Rookie

    Hello Boys!

    I'm new on forum and i have one problem here on my SoC PC Camera

    ID:USB\VID_093A&PID_2468

    I just want de setup files and driver files, please where i can find it? (Without Driver Guide website) Thanks =)
     
  9. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    You can download the driver files from Driver Guide for free
    > Click the Download tab
    > Choose option: Download this file by viewing a series of ads then click Continue
    > For each ad, just click the No Thanks link (it will appear in lower right corner of each ad) to get to the download
     
  10. arkaan

    arkaan TS Rookie

    thinx

    thinx you so much
     
  11. Umer

    Umer TS Rookie

    Help me

     
     
  12. mycel02

    mycel02 TS Rookie

    cif single chip driver for webcam

    Hi Verman

    Thanks for the link. It worked for me.
     
  13. litonnandy

    litonnandy TS Rookie

    Please help me for my webcam of following H/w ID:

    USB\\VID_093A&PID_2461&REV_0100
    USB\\VID_093A&PID_2461

    Thanks.
     
  14. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    Are you still running XP? See this post here

    /* edit */
    Oooooops! I'm sorry! I just noticed the driver i supplied above is for USB\VID_093a&PID_2468 (you need USB\VID_093a&PID_2461) so it won't work for you. I'll take another look and get back to you over the next coupla days
     
  15. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    This is an older webcam.

    1) If you're still running XP there's a shot at getting it work. If you're Vista or Win 7 i don't think there's any suitable driver

    2) Best i could find is a driver for a different device i'd have you install and then tell you how to hack it to try and get it to work with your device

    So if you're running XP, still looking and want to give it a shot, let me know and i'll work on giving you the instructions
     
  16. litonnandy

    litonnandy TS Rookie

    Thanks LookinAround for all your help!

    Yes. The OS is XP.
     
  17. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    Unplug your webcam from the computer
    • Download and install this file
    • Rt click Start->Search. (Enter the fields as shown in example below)
      > *.inf
      > VID_093A&PID_2460
      > Search your C drive

      [​IMG]

    • We’re going to edit both the oemxx.inf file and the PFC027.inf file.
    • Edit both of these files
      > Find the string VID_093A&PID_2460 and change the last digit to VID_093A&PID_2461
    • Now plug your cam into the USB port. Any luck? (you might also need to reboot)
    i'll keep my fingers crossed!

    /* edit */
    To edit, you can use Start->Programs->Accessories->Notepad. Save and close each file when done

    /* edit */
    Oh. One more thing: The oemxx.inf file is in a "hidden" directory. To see the directory in Explorer: See here to change settings
     
  18. litonnandy

    litonnandy TS Rookie

    NO LUCK - despite doing in toto as guided. The Hardware Wizard (auto & manual) could not recognize the Web Cam!

    Providing some more info about the Web Cam Model. It came with HP Media Centre PC - Model of Camera is DC-5110.

    The Hardware Wizard shows CIF Single Chip while detecting initially.


    Thanks.
     
  19. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    Hmmm..

    1. Let's make sure XP isn't automatically blocking the driver installation
    > Rt click My Computer->Properties->Hardware
    > Click Driver Signing
    > Is it set to Block? (What is it set to?) In any case, suggest you set to Warn then check box to Make this action system default
    > Click OK and close all the windows

    2. I just noticed that each of the two different .inf files i asked you to edit contain 3 different lines that should all be edited.
    > Did you edit each of the 3 lines in each file?
    > Here's a "snippet" of the files (the lines are identical in both files) to show you the 3 lines in each file after i've edited them on my own machine (only changing 2460 to 2461 on each line)
    Code:
    [Company]
    %str_Description%=PA207,USB\VID_093A&PID_2468
    %str_Description%=PA207,USB\VID_093A&PID_2461
    
    [Company.NTX86.5.1]
    %str_Description%=PA207.XP,USB\VID_093A&PID_2468
    %str_Description%=PA207.XP,USB\VID_093A&PID_2461
    
    [Company.NTAMD64]
    %str_Description%=PA207.AMD64,USB\VID_093A&PID_2468
    %str_Description%=PA207.AMD64,USB\VID_093A&PID_2461
    3. Now replug your web cam. Do you see a message pop-up Warning that you're installing an unsigned driver? If so, click Continue
     
  20. litonnandy

    litonnandy TS Rookie

    Yes.. It worked..LookinAround!

    Thanks for all the help extended!
     
  21. Darkrai

    Darkrai TS Rookie

    i got this prob too
    i ve already test all the driver in this thread
    my webcam got 3 led of both site right n left n metallic dark in color

    i tried to put the screenshot but i nid to hv 5 post above to post a picture
    btw the error said

    VIMICRO USB PC Camera
    An error oocured during the installation of the device
    The required section was not found in the INF

    this is my webcam detail at the device manager
    vid_oac8&PID_301b

    thanks
     
  22. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    Hi Darkrai

    Try this link. Download, unzip to your desktop, run the Setup file
     
  23. Darkrai

    Darkrai TS Rookie

    thks for the link but i still hv the same error
     
  24. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

  25. Darkrai

    Darkrai TS Rookie

    im using winxp 32bit

    edit: issn't becos im using winxp lite that i hv this prob?
     
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