Jay-tech Digital Camera Driver Download

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Supported Models

JAYCAM i5010 Driver

Digital Camera Driver

Digital Video Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

Versions (3-Feb-2004)

Uploader Notes

Original Drivers (JAY-TECH Jay Media i5100)


It works with JAYCAM i5010 (you must change VID, PID to USB\VID_052B&PID_1A17 ) on Windows XP Pro SP32 (32-bits).

Uploaded By

KlossJ23 (DG Member) on 14-Jun-2010

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/CoachDc.cat 74 bytes 29 Feb 2004
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/CoachDc.inf 8.2 KB 1 Mar 2010
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/CoachDlg.dll 16.9 KB 4 Nov 2003
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/CoachUsb.sys 46.9 KB 22 Jan 2004
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/CoachVc.cat 74 bytes 29 Feb 2004
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/CoachVc.inf 5.8 KB 1 Mar 2010
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/CoachVc.sys 44.3 KB 3 Nov 2003
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/CoachWia.dll 42.0 KB 3 Feb 2004
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/CoachWrp.dll 8.2 KB 6 Jan 2004
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/GdiPlus.dll 1.7 MB 17 Aug 2001
JAYTECH_JAYCAM_i5010_driver/WINXP32/JpegCode.dll 114.7 KB 21 Jan 2003

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Step 1 - Download Your Driver

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  1. Locate the device and model that is having the issue and double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  2. Select the Driver tab.

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