There is no other driver for the VIMICRO USB PC Camera 301PLH other than this one. The driver was released in 2007 so the driver will not run on the more modern operating systems. The following are supported – Win 2000, Win XP 32/64, Win Vista 32/64. See also the vimicro usb camera here.
VIMICRO USB PC Camera 301PLH Driver
The download link has been added below. The camera has been used under a number of names so check your hardware before you install the driver. The VIMICRO USB PC Camera 301PLH was very popular when it came out in 2005. Note there is also a MAC version. See also the driver cp2102 listed here. Here’s a simplified version of the information about downloading the driver for the VIMICRO USB PC Camera 301PLH:
To get the driver for your VIMICRO USB PC Camera 301PLH, visit Vimicro’s official website. They offer a variety of PC Camera drivers for download. For this specific model, drivers are available for both Windows and Mac OS. See also the Inspiron 15 5559 Webcam Driver on here.
- Driver: DRV_ZC0301PLH_070329
- Supported OS: Windows 2000, Win XP 32/64, Win Vista 32/64
- Release Date: March 29, 2007
- Driver: DRV_ZC0301PLH_070305
- Supported OS: Mac OS X 10.4 or later, Mac G4/G5, QuickTime 6.0 or later
- Release Date: March 5, 2007
If you’re unsure about your PC Camera’s processor model, you can download Vimicro’s Detection Tool from their website. This tool helps identify your processor model and provides the corresponding driver download link.
Keep in mind that information on the Download Center might change without notice. If you can’t find the needed driver or if the downloaded driver isn’t working, reach out to the PC Camera manufacturers for support. Likewise, see also Sonix USB PC Camera (SN9C102).
How to install USB PC Camera in compatibility mode
Installing a USB PC Camera driver in compatibility mode can help resolve compatibility issues with older versions of Windows. Here’s how you can do it:
- Download the Driver:
- Visit the official website of the manufacturer and download the USB PC Camera driver.
- Locate the Driver File:
- Once the driver is downloaded, find the driver file on your system.
- Open Properties:
- Right-click on the driver file and choose ‘Properties’ from the context menu.
- Navigate to Compatibility Tab:
- In the Properties window, go to the ‘Compatibility’ tab.
- Run Compatibility Troubleshooter:
- Click on ‘Run Compatibility Troubleshooter’. Windows will scan for any potential issues with the driver.
- Choose Compatibility Mode:
- Select ‘Troubleshoot Program’ and then pick the version of Windows that the driver is compatible with.
- Install the Driver:
- Apply the settings and proceed with the driver installation process as you normally would.
Please keep in mind that these steps might vary slightly based on your specific version of Windows. Following these instructions should help you install your USB PC Camera driver in compatibility mode. Likewise, see also Visioneer OneTouch 9320 Driver.
Compatibility mode is a software feature that enables a computer system to emulate an older version of software or mimic a different operating system. This mechanism allows older or incompatible software and files to work with the new hardware or software of your computer.
In the context of Microsoft Office, when you open a document created in an older version of Word, Excel, or PowerPoint in a newer version of Office, you might notice “Compatibility Mode” in the document’s title bar. This mode adjusts the document’s appearance and restricts the use of certain modern features, ensuring compatibility with older versions of the software. Likewise, see also USB 2.0 PC Camera Driver for Windows 7.
Compatibility Mode temporarily disables new or enhanced features specific to the newer version of the software, allowing the document to be edited in older versions while preserving its layout. For instance, if a document is created in Word 2007 and opened in Word 2016, features not understood by Word 2007 are disabled to maintain compatibility.
This mode ensures users across different Office versions can collaborate effectively, and documents created in older versions won’t appear differently when opened in newer versions. The disabled features in Compatibility Mode depend on the Office application and the type of Compatibility Mode the document uses.
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