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hello u might have tried this site already but hey it is worth a shot here is the link just copy and paste http://www.driversfixed.com/jvc.php . if that dont do it then we will try to find them thanks bob
try some of the XP drivers on here although which one will work is trial and error as your cam is quite old and unlisted, but one of them must work for you, fingers crossed!!
Apparently, JVC does not want people re-installing Windows on their laptops unless its via the recovery partition. I was not able to find the drivers on their download site:
And no one got back to me after submitting your question here:
Since the drivers must be installed already, and are probably done after the initial Windows install, try to locate a folder on the C: Drive that has all the specific JVC drivers. Other vendors such as Dell, HP and IBM do this. It would be in something like c:\Drivers or C:\JVC.
I would not erase the recovery partition until you have the drivers. But once you have the drivers, you can use this utility to delete and resize partitions:
Download the .iso file and use a CD burner program to make a bootable CD. Then boot you laptop with this CD. The GParted utility is a graphical program and is very intuitive to use. Plus, it doubles and triples checks with you before it does anything permanent, and allows you to undo changes before it becomes permanent.