Windows XP, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95
SQ Technology 220.127.116.11 (12-Jul-2005)
905.109.0412.4 (2004-04-12) via .inf
This driver is specifically for the Vivitar ViviCam 55.
I got these files from my old computer where I had this camera installed.
The install CD makes a directory in the windows\twain_32 folder called MyDSC.
So these are drivers that came with my original install CD.
I copied the relevent files as follows and managed to get the camera to work
when I installed XP onto a new HDD without the original CD.
After searching the web
and Vivitar's site to no avail I decided to check my old HDD for the drivers.
This will let the computer enable it for use but you will need
twain compliant software to download any pictures from the camera.
Henry Ramsey (DG Member) on 17-Jul-2008
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|Documents and Settings/Henry/Desktop/Vivitar Vivicam 55/Camd905c.sys||24.6 KB||10 Aug 2005|
|Documents and Settings/Henry/Desktop/Vivitar Vivicam 55/Capt905c.sys||34.3 KB||24 Aug 2005|
|Documents and Settings/Henry/Desktop/Vivitar Vivicam 55/ClearRegistry.exe||28.7 KB||12 Nov 2003|
|Documents and Settings/Henry/Desktop/Vivitar Vivicam 55/Instruction.txt||1.0 KB||17 Jul 2008|
|Documents and Settings/Henry/Desktop/Vivitar Vivicam 55/SQ905C.inf||3.8 KB||12 Apr 2004|
|Documents and Settings/Henry/Desktop/Vivitar Vivicam 55/sq905c.cat||7.4 KB||15 Apr 2004|
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