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Pixxo 1.3M Pixel webcam with no drivers on their website? Help, please?

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So this morning I finished reformatting my friends laptop after he got some "FBI" virus that said he needed to pay some fine. He instead shut down immediately, & brought it to me first thing. So I put Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit, on his Lenovo ThinkPad T61. How ever a few of the drivers in the device manager were yellow flagged, including his external webcam. I figured they weren't necessary for it to function normally, considering that I installed the Nvidia graphics drivers, chipset, sound, wireless, etc. The main drivers that are needed for normal functioning. I figured I may as well ask if anyone has any help for the missing drivers, but more importantly the webcam drivers. I remember having to find these drivers for his old build, where ever the hell this li'l demon of a driver was hiding, lol. If I remember correctly I installed some Japanese driver that was for a printer, or something, maybe I dunno, lol. Anyways, heres some specs, & Hardware Ids.



The only thing I'm getting from the Hardware Id database is that it says the vendor name is "ASUS", & there is no other description of it. Atleast I think that I typed in the correct Vendor &/or Device number. Below is all the description I can get outta the database.

http://www.pcidatabase.com/search.php?vendor_search_str=0AC8&vendor_search=Search

So this laptop is running on a wireless card that is a card, & slides into some port almost 2 inches wide. Sorry I'm not sure what it's called, but my point is one of the missing drivers is a network controller, & from what I could tell from the "Unknown Device" it is a "Nvidia EHCI USB 2.0 Controller" if got the right Hardware Ids from it. So I would appreciate if someone can help me with the Network Controller, & Unknown Device, but I'm much more concerned about getting help with the webcam drivers, please?

The webcam is a black external device.
Model: AW l1130B (I think there's a space between the "W", & the "l", I'm not quite sure since it's not very definitive, but I thought I should put that out there)
PI: LA0912W064 (I have no idea what "PI" is but it's listed above the model number, so I thought it was of some importance)

The website is: http://www.myPixxo.com/

Also it was made in China if that means anything. I think the website is a crap job, & it doesn't even show the webcam really. Supposedly it came with some keyboard originally. I know my friend got this webcam used, & without the original driver disc, & keyboard that it came with. Although, the webcam did work before I reformatted, & it's the only webcam he's got, otherwise I'd say screw it, & ask for a new one for Christmas, lol. However since he couldn't find the drivers himself, & he asked me to see what I could do, I guess it's worth a shot, since it'd be nice not to have to get a new one.




Thanks everyone!
Edited by Ricklez420 - 12/15/13 at 9:03pm
   
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So I googled "Generic drivers for webcam Windows 7", & found this page I'ma post below, so I figure I'ma just install it for heck of it, & see if it does anything. (After this many hours googling, I'm willing to try anything)

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/detail.page?DocID=DS004140

Will post results.

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Hmm...I'm not sure if that was good...So that driver I downloaded didn't do anything since I read it was for an integrated webcam. I remember choosing "Browse my computer for driver software/Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer/SBP2 IEEE 1394 Devices, & I didn't think it did anything, but it changed the name, so than I uninstalled it, & now I can't find it in the Device Manager list...So I think I messed up. redface.gif
   
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I unplugged it, & plugged it back in, & I was asked if I wanted Windows to be able to search online for drivers, which I'm not sure why it wasn't already enabled. I mean I did disable Windows Update, but I didn't think that drivers would be effected. Anyways, Windows searched for drivers, & was atleast able to find the "Unknown Device", which was cool, but I guess I still gotta keep working on the webcam driver, & maybe the network controller.

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hey man its been a while but did u get it? xD i have the same problem now
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