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Windows 7: driverless usb pinhole camera - unknown device.

29 Jan 2011   #1

Windows 7
driverless usb pinhole camera - unknown device.

I have a usb camera like this that once worked on windows xp and vista I think.

5M MEGA PIXEL PC PINHOLE MINI WEB CAMERA USB 2.0 VISTA - eBay (item 380211856103 end time Feb-25-11 20:25:48 PST)

I never had dirvers , vendor site or model.

On 7, I it sees it, but says unknown device.

Any chance or way to get this to work on 7 x64? I've tried getting drivers out of other sellers and searching for a 7 driver with no luck.


My System SpecsSystem Spec
29 Jan 2011   #2

Windows 7
USB Mini Web Cam UWCAM001900 drivers for Windows 7?

Here's another site selling the product. this one in US.

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I've tested it on other windows 7 machines, mine is 64 bit other is 32 bit. Does not work on any of them.

Looking at device manager:
Hardware id is unknown

Driver key changes between machines:

Everything seems to point to some default driver info.

Product info:

USB Mini Web Cam
Product Code: UWCAM001900 USB Mini Web Cam is designed for Notebook. Users can bring it everywhere as it is portable. Get one today and start chatting away with your family and friends!
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This item is DiscontinuedIntroductionFeatures: Lens rotation for adjusting clear image
Video Conferencing
Workable on ICQ, MSN, Skype, etc
Plug and play
USB Interface
Fully support USB 1.0 and 2.0
Drive free for Windows XP and Vista
Size: 203 x 145 x 56mm (approx.)
Weight: 49g System Requirements:
Windows XP SP2/Vista
Pentium 450 MHz equivalent or above 256MB RAM
My System SpecsSystem Spec

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