Easy Pix Sv USB Camera Driver
Easy Pix Sv WDM DSC I/O Driver Driver
Easy Pix Sv WDM Video Capture Driver
Windows 2008, Windows 2008 (64 bit), Windows Vista, Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows 2003, Windows 2003 (64 bit), Windows XP, Windows XP (64 bit), Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98
easypixsv_drv.zip (3.2 MB)
188.8.131.52 (2002-07-23) via .inf
184.108.40.206 (2002-07-23) via .inf
Found this in _the original_ installation CD.
Includes Windows XP driver (should work on OS
above 95 though) and the viewer (unpacked) which
IS NECESSARY to access the camera and download
images. I haven't included the other stuff cause is
~500mb extra of stuff you can download anyway.
Hamish Milne (DG Member) on 14-Sep-2008
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|Drivers/2NMa.inf||2.2 KB||17 Jun 2003|
|Drivers/2NMai.inf||2.3 KB||17 Jun 2003|
|Drivers/2NMav.inf||11.4 KB||17 Jun 2003|
|Drivers/2nma.cat||7.4 KB||6 Aug 2003|
|Drivers/2nmai.cat||7.8 KB||6 Aug 2003|
|Drivers/2nmav.cat||8.6 KB||6 Aug 2003|
|Drivers/Bulk2NM.sys||11.1 KB||22 Jul 2002|
|Drivers/CA500DS.AX||32.3 KB||10 Sep 2001|
|Drivers/Ca500av.sys||492.6 KB||19 Jul 2002|
|Drivers/DriverLanguageMap.xml||6.4 KB||6 Aug 2003|
|Drivers/Sp5x_32.dll||131.1 KB||3 May 2001|
|Viewer/2nfs.exe||1.5 MB||21 Jun 2002|
|Viewer/Admin.exe||36.9 KB||27 Nov 2001|
|Viewer/Ap.exe||135.2 KB||26 Oct 2001|
|Viewer/Ap.ini||5.7 KB||14 Sep 2008|
|Viewer/DixonsSv.dll||155.6 KB||12 Apr 2002|
|Viewer/INSTALL.LOG||4.8 KB||14 Sep 2008|
|Viewer/Lfbmp70n.dll||24.6 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lfcmp70n.dll||224.8 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lffax70n.dll||55.8 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lffpx7.dll||308.2 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lffpx70n.dll||35.3 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lfimg70n.dll||20.5 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lfkodak.dll||95.2 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lfpcx70n.dll||24.1 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lfpng70n.dll||111.1 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lfpsd70n.dll||22.0 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lftga70n.dll||21.0 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Lftif70n.dll||93.2 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Ltfil70n.dll||55.3 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Ltimg70n.dll||81.9 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/Ltkrn70n.dll||350.2 KB||29 May 1998|
|Viewer/MSG.INI||754 bytes||6 Aug 2003|
|Viewer/MTWM.INI||580 bytes||14 Sep 2008|
|Viewer/Mapi2nfs.dll||131.1 KB||3 May 2002|
|Viewer/Message.ini||242 bytes||14 Sep 2008|
|Viewer/TxfSetDlg.dll||643.1 KB||17 Feb 2000|
|Viewer/Uninstall.exe||82.9 KB||3 Jul 1997|
|Viewer/print.ini||348 bytes||14 Sep 2008|
|Viewer/uninst.EXE||79.3 KB||6 Aug 2003|
|Viewer/usermanual.pdf||4.0 MB||8 Sep 2003|
|readme.txt||579 bytes||14 Sep 2008|
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