graphics card for security camera dvr

8 years ago with had a PC made for our security cameras, the card they used is a Avermedia AV6006cG NV6240
it was running on a Windows XP machine, I had to replace the motherboard and power supply on this PC I now have Windows 7 Prof. 64 bit on this rebuild, I tried to use this graphics card again but I am having issues finding the drivers. I did find Vista 64 bit drivers but did not work.
Question
Where can I find these drivers for my WIN7?
or
I can also replace the card with another,
I want to make sure I can use my existing analog cameras and my digital PTZ (PTZ is a Panasonic WV-NS202A)

Thanks
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jsarinanaI.T. ManagerAsked:
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Jackie ManIT ManagerCommented:
Your question is a tough one.

Read the question below first.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Q_27939068.html

The easier fix is to do a fresh install of win 7 32 bit or install xp mode to run the security camera software.

Modifying the existing driver to a signed one to be used in win 7 64 bit is tough, but shall take a rather long time for trials and errors. Post back the hardware ID of the unknown drivers if you want to try.

Buying another video capture from eBay is possible but it is unlikely that you will find one which supports both win 7 64 bit and your panasonic doom camera. So, I will not take this path if I were you.

Anyway, you have posted a challenging question which experts will find a hard time to solve. If budget allows, outsource the project to security consultant to replace the doom cam to a total solution with dedicated ip cam control box to connect new doom camera.

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jsarinanaI.T. ManagerAuthor Commented:
How about a diff card that I can use in  win 7 74 bit
Jackie ManIT ManagerCommented:
https://divisdvr.com/index.php/12004hdh-48016hsd1.html

You need to check with the dealer for the return policy just in case it is incompatible.
jsarinanaI.T. ManagerAuthor Commented:
thanks
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