STV0673 Camera Driver
Windows XP, Windows 2000
cp1100xv.zip (492.8 KB)
You must do the following for installation in W2000:
Extract the zipped file to a directory or folder on your hard drive.
Plug the Zoom Cam USB in and Windows 2000 will recognize the new hardware and ask for the software.
Point to the directory or folder where the new files are extracted.
This file will also work in Windows XP. Create a folder and name it USBcam. Copy the two files into the folder. When Windows XP finds USB device, do not let Windows XP automatically search. Click on the Advanced option - "Install from a list or specific location" Next click on "Install from a specific location", click on browse and point to the location of the folder. You can choose to override twain
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|stv673.cab||490.6 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/g2idlog.txt||1.3 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/g2video1.ocx||73.7 KB||30 Aug 2000|
|stv673.cab/stv673.inf||8.4 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/stv673.sys||122.3 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/stv673sg.drv||9.4 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/stv673tg.dll||36.9 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/stv673tw.cfg||21.5 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/stv673tw.ds||258.0 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/stv673u.cfg||33.3 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/stv673u.dll||221.2 KB||15 Sep 2000|
|stv673.cab/stvscale.dll||49.2 KB||3 Aug 2000|
|stv673.cab/twain.dll||88.0 KB||7 Mar 1999|
|stv673.cab/twain_32.dll||102.4 KB||7 Mar 1999|
|stv673.cab/twunk_16.exe||49.4 KB||7 Mar 1999|
|stv673.cab/twunk_32.exe||61.4 KB||7 Mar 1999|
|stv673.cab/vvlcodec.DLL||30.7 KB||14 Aug 1998|
|stv673.inf||8.3 KB||21 Sep 2000|
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