I have veo 330v web cam i have the disk and and it installs fine it never ask me to plug in the cam then comes back and says some files from windows 2000 are needed please put 2000 disk in and press ok well i dont have that disk anymore now what gets me is this cam has worked on this cpu before its an old cpu an HP pavilion to old for and not strong enuff to run xp so can anybody help me with this or maybe something better than 2000 but not as big as xp
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I think I found the right software, it was not on the manufacturers site, so I found it on cnet, better known as download.com. http://download.cnet.com/Veo-Stingray-Connect-Web-Camera/3000-18489_4-69767.html?tag=mncol
For Stingray 330V only IMPORTANT: This driver only
works if your camera serial number begins with 330V.
This package installs the latest drivers. File Name:
veo_330V_v002.exe Download Release Date:
07/11/2002 File Size:
3.05 MB Version:
3002 Operating System:
The first step of this solution has a website that you can download the exact driver that you will need and if your running vista your problems are now fixed.
This fix will work for all of the VEO Stingray problems because it
gives a good driver download site and it tells you step by step how to
get your cam to work with VISTA Good Luck and let me know if this fixed
1.Go to this site and download the driver you need: http://www.softsci.com/veodrivers.htm
2.Download it to your desktop
3. Don't unzip, install, or plug in your cam yet
4.Search for this in your start menu: Program Compatibility Wizard
5. Of the three choices click the one that says look for the program manually
6. Choose the option for XP
7. Choose the 680 x 420 or whatever it is not the 256 colors
8. Choose to run as administrator
9. Click next and it should change your screen to a real big resolution and then it will start to install the driver
10. Go through the install wizard
11. After it has loaded plug in your camera
12. Try a program that it is supposed to work with
13. Finish the Compatibility Wizard
now everything should work for your cam. This works with all of your programs that vista will not run.
Run the setup program. Cancel the automatic install.. It extracted the setup files to c:\setup
Browse to that directory, right click on setup, properties, compatibility, set it to xp sp2 compat. close the properties. Install. Unplug usb, replug. Vista WILL find and install drivers and they DO work. They work with Yawcam, MSN Messenger at least. I haven't tested with any other software. This is on the Vista Ultimate Edition at least..