Acer DVC-V6 Capture Kit(A501) Driver
DVCV6Win2000.zip (288.4 KB)
2.17 (2000-01-10) via .inf
This works great. It works in all versions of Win except 95. Extract files to regular folder. Then connect cam and let windows detect it. Point windows to look for the driver in the folder you created. Then in XP click continue anyway when you get an error message. This works fine in XP but Microsoft haven't agreed about it's use.
Matty (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|pcam2.icm||715 bytes||16 Aug 1999|
|pcam.sys||159.3 KB||15 Feb 2000|
|AVerAX.ax||79.4 KB||13 May 1999|
|jpgl.dll||36.9 KB||8 Sep 1999|
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|UnV6Drv.exe||221.2 KB||14 Feb 2000|
|pccamp.dll||23.6 KB||29 Sep 1999|
|pcam2.BAK||15.0 KB||15 Feb 2000|
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