Or, get the modified driver: Windows 10 – 64Bit Hi Gimdfwl take a look here http: Worked like a charm for me thanks! However, if your processor supports virtualization you can actually install these Windows XP drivers using this method. Didn’t work and only got a blank image. Can you send me the driver solved that works?
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Edited by dilkur Wednesday, February 17, 9: Thanks could you upload you modify driver?
You might have to force the install by saying you have disc but people above have said how to do that. Hopefully people who need the driver will find it: Windows 7 IT Pro.
Creative Labs PD / Webcam NX Pro – USB Driver
Saturday, July 31, 3: Tuesday, June 8, Then choose “Don’t search I’ll choose a driver to install”, click show all devices and press next. Office Office Exchange Server.
Or, get the modified driver: Resources for IT Professionals. Tuesday, June 9, 6: I uploaded my files: After windows finishes chugging away, do “Have Disk The cam is back up and running.
Creative Labs NX PRO PD1130 v3.26
Thanks soooo much – Vimicro drivers worked flawlessly for me on Win 10 64 Bit: This device needs the sensor configuration from the Creative driver from PDev. Worked like a charm for me thanks! Edit – when I change the. If it says PD, then it’s A.
Why are you asking this? Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: The ‘add legacy hardware’ wizard is a x whose intention is to allow arbitrary device software to be added even if the device isn’t allowing ceative new drivers. I figured I’d should share one bit of info I learned for people who do have the and are trying to install the driver on Windows 10, which became more “aggressive” about not wanting to install unsigned drivers you can’t just click “Yeah, go ahead and install it anyway” now: Saturday, July 2, 3: Monday, March 19, 7: I’m using the camera fine and dandy on Windows 7 x64 myself, so I know it works.
When I try to update the driver in the regular way as you suggest, Windows simply says that no drivers for my device have been found with all four driver packages.
I have the same issue as yourself and I was wondering if you vreative got your cam to work?
Thursday, February 9, 9: Probably a way of modifying the ini file to make it auto-install but I can’t remember the trick rceative do it. Choose, Choose from a List, Have Disk Proposed as answer by Qjimbo Monday, April 5, 1: Here’s the modified file: Can somebody upload the file somewhere else again?