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PROBLEMS WITH LOCATING DRIVERS FOR USB VIDIO ADAPTER FOR SURVALANCE X-10 .....PER MY COMPUTER

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As far as Iknow, that doesn't exist yet. There is a piece of hardware that converts the video to usb . It's called a video capture device. This one is especially for the X-10:
http://www.x10.com/products/x10_va11a.htm
Software and drivers come with it and the device won't work without the drivers.

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