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I want to use an external camera input via the CS430. It works fine but upon reboot it reverts to the Intel camera. Is there any way I can save the selection of the external camera input as the default following a reboot/startup of my webcamfirst software?

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You can enable/disable webcams from the Device Manager
Expand the Imaging folder right click on the webcam text and select enable or disable

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Need a driver for cs430


I found the driver you need for that camera. The website to download from is: http://www.givemefile.net/drivers/web_camera/intel/cs430.html

I hope this helps.

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I have an Intel CS430 that has an RCA video in jack on the back. While the camera itself works just fine, when I plug a video sources (such as the playback of my camcorder) into the RCA jack, the video is...


yooperbud, you misunderstand. The Intel Pro PC camera model described actual has an RCA jack labeled "Video In" that is indeed supposed to be able to capture video from an analog source like a VCR or a camcorder. (Its an old device; it came out before digital output was standard in consumer-level camcorders.) When an input is pluged into the yellow RCA jack, the device is supposed to automatically switch from sending video from it's own camera to converting an analog signal coming from an RCA cable to a digital stream over the USB cable.

Someone else on this site reported that this function worked properly in XP prior to SP3, but I can't confirm that yet.

Nov 20, 2009 | Intel Pro PC Camera CS430 Webcam

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Hey I was reading these bulletins and people wouldnt really respond so ill try you guys =] I've got a Intel PC Camera Pro CS430 webcam, and its not compatable with windows vista..I really dont know what to...


Hi,

That was a good way to get answered, mate :D
I'm afraid there is no Vista support for the Pro CS430, the support only goes up as far as XP Pro..
This is why so many Windows users reverted back to XP, you see, there was little or no support for so many devices. Apparently, the new Windows 7 OS will have better support for devices, but in the meantime, the only way to tell if you can get it working in Vista, is to download the XP driver from here, and right-click on the exe. file and click Properties, and then hit the Compatibility tab. Choose XP from the list and press Apply, then OK.
Now right click on the exe. file and click Run as Administrator.

This is a way forward for some devices but definitely not all.. worth a try..

If it doesn't work I'm afraid a new webcam will be necessary, or you could re-install XP..

Hope this helps

Chris (ziraffa)

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Intel webcam cs430 EXTERNAL VIDEO INPUT SHOWS BLUE SCREEN-NO VID


I had the same problem (blue screen from external cam). I read a few unrelated posts that talked about USB2 vs USB 1 and internal PCI vs external USB hub so thought I'd try a few things. I unplugged my CS430 from an external USB1 (I think - it's a Belkin iPOD synch base with 5 USB ports) hub and plugged it into the front chasis mounted USB 2.0 ports on my Dell Dimension E310 and voila!!! the external cam works and no need to mess around with SP3 etc. Hope this helps.

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i've lost my installtion cd for my intel web cam cs430 . how can i get a free download

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go to the link below for the camera driver, assuming you are on XP o.s, download and install http://downloadcenter.intel.com/scripts-df-external/filter_results.aspx?strTypes=all&ProductID=459&OSFullName=Windows*+XP+Home+Edition&lang=eng&strOSs=45&submit=Go%21

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