EASYCAP DC60 - STK1160 CHIPSET Driver
Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000
EasyCAP_DC60.iso (26.2 MB)
Version 184.108.40.206 for the EasyCAP DC60 USB 2.0 Capture Device (Photo included in ISO)
ISO file of the original installation CD minus the video editing software and 'fillers'. The original CD is 450+Mb and the ISO is now just around 30Mb with just the driver and documentation.
Mount the ISO with PoweISO or MagicDisc or burn it to cd using NERO/NTI.
Run Setup.exe and when prompted, plug the capture dongle into a USB 2.0 Port.
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Select the Driver tab.
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