PV-140 a,b,c,d Driver
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95
Driver package for the Computer Eyes PV-140 four port security video capture card. Includes the last known TCP-VIEW software for remote viewing of the cameras as well as the Windows drivers. The access run-time was included with this package also and is needed for managing the saved clips (I guess) NOTE* This software is a bit unstable on a Win2K advanced server if the server is runing ANY other services such as IIS, DNS,EXCHANGE and will lock up at random. The PV-140 drivers require the card to be forced on IRQ-5 in BIOS SETUP for the SLOT that it is installed in. TCP-VIEW runs fine in WinXP Pro.
Jim Parish (DG Member) on 27-Jan-2005
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