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Help me out in getting driver for webcam

Hello!
i have a very small USB Webcam on which no model no. is mention, the only thing mention on webcam is volcano, can any one tell me who is the vendor or wat is the model no. of that driver and where i get the driver of that model.

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wajeeh
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LucFEMEA Server EngineerCommented:
Hi mwajeeh,

The webcam is probably a Mito Technology Ltd. Volcano.
The official website from Mito Technology can be found here: http://www.mito-tech.com/mito_eng/index.html
At the top you can find the link to the drivers (direct link doesn't seem to work) There select the camera, it's most likely the IC100 or IC300

Greetings,

LucF
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MaliyCommented:
here is a direct link to drivers http://www.mito-tech.com/mito_eng/news.html
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LucFEMEA Server EngineerCommented:
Ah, now it works :) Don't know why it didn't before...

LucF
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Hispano8888Commented:
1st:press rigth click on MyComputer on you desktop
(not sure if it is the correct name, because my OS (XP) is on german....hope you know what I mean)

2nd:you press on manage......a window will apear on your desktop. then you press on
DEVICE MANAGER. It shows all your hardware.......there you can find your webcam and the
model of your Volcano webcam.

After that you just go to this site
http://www.driverguide.com/
and find your driver.



 
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LucFEMEA Server EngineerCommented:
Question has been answered fully. I still don't know what went wrong when I tried direct linking, must have been a server hick-up or so. My suggestion Split between LucF http:#12289483 and Maliy http:#12289763 (for an easy share ;) )

LucF

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