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Want camera software & driver.

I have camera connect to computer, but i don't have any software or driver c.d. so i have internet facility in my house please tell me from which site i will found the software or driver & how to joint the camera to p.c.
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Http://www.nodevice.com/driver/category/PC_Camera.html just click the above link and select the proper brand of your web cam from the list given in the link and then select the proper operating system and download the required driver from it. feel free for any further help. thanks. 

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