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i-view NV-300M Driver

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Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

nv-300m_98_se_2000_me_xp.rar (3.2 MB)

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Uploader Notes

Installation of the web cam under winXP

1 Don't connect the Web cam to your computers

2 run the program into NV-300M.Zip

The directory c \300M will be created automatically

3 copy all file into NV-300M(XP).Zip into the repertory c \300M

and replace the files already existing or identical

4 restart your computer

5 connect your Web cam

The automatic control again material under winXP will launch out.

Don't install automatically your Web cam with WinXP

But always indicate the repertory or to go to seek the files in c \300M for the installation

7 accept the driver even it is not recognized by Windows

8 ends

For Win 98 ,SE , 2000 et WinME do the same thing with a different files

NV-300M(98,SE,2000,MEXP).Zip or NV-300M(ME).Zip

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miloutintin (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003

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