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need a driver to run this webcam

By Zippo ยท 7 replies
Jan 26, 2006
  1. i was overseas recently and i brought a webcam, when they tested it @ the shops, it was as easy as plug and play, but ive brought it home and when i plug it in it just goes "USB Device"
    it came with no disc, nothing
    all i know is that it was made by ITPIO (
    a direct link to the webcam on Click Here

    if there isnt a driver just for dat webcam, is there perhaps a generic driver for webcams? thanks

  2. DonNagual

    DonNagual TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 2,406

    Someone may have a better answer, but I would click on the "contact us" button on their website, and send them an email asking them to email you the driver. Shouldn't be to difficult for them to fire it off to you.
  3. Zippo

    Zippo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    mmm i guess, but i have reason to believe the company is based in china, thus i dont think they can read english :S
  4. DonNagual

    DonNagual TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 2,406

    Up to you of course. Yes, it is obvious it is a Chinese company, but that doesn't mean you can assume they don't speak English. Looks to me like they have a lot of English on their website as well.

    But if you would rather not try and hope for the best then I wish you the best of luck. :grinthumb
  5. Zippo

    Zippo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    ive emailed them and still yet 2 get a reply
    does anyone know of any alternative methods i could try till i get a reply

  6. MattyDeNnO

    MattyDeNnO TS Rookie

    Found this in Google....

    You could try (a bit of trial and error) the drivers which are on their website and see if they work. I know it is a longshot but it may be worth a try...

    go a google search for ITPIO drivers and then click translate on the one which points to their site...

    Hope it helps.
  7. Zippo

    Zippo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    that was the first thing i found, the website has nothing sadly =/
  8. fimbles

    fimbles TS Evangelist Posts: 1,178   +206


    One thing that has worked for me in the past is to go to hardware profiles.. find your camera.. (or is it add new hardware wizard??) ask windows to find drivers for this hardware.. let it look on the internet.. and if you are very.. very.. very lucky it may work..
    Worked for me with a driverless soundcard once..

    Hope this helps.. Good luck! :)

    PS: Had a quick google for itpio drivers.. found this.. dont get too exited though its all chinese.. but i suppose it wouldent hurt to try downloading a few to see if they work??

    Heres the link..
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