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USB microscope not working after Windows 10 update


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#1 skyshrimp

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Posted 10 January 2016 - 07:52 AM

I'm wondering if anyone might know a solution to this.

 

I bought a USB microscope from eBay that wasn't supposed to work with Windows 10 but it did. It's supposed to be for XP, Vista and 7 (32bit and 64bit). It's a generic Chinese plug and play device that isn't supposed to require a driver to work. It comes with a driver CD in case it didn't work automatically.

 

It worked fine until Windows 10 force updated. Now when I plug it in, the LED lights come on the microscope but amcap states 'no video capture device was found'.

 

Device Manager can see USB2.0 PC Camera in Image Devices with a yellow exclamation mark. Properties/ General states, Manufacturer: AVEO

 

'This device is not configured correctly. (Code 1)

Driver is not intended for this platform. To find a driver for this device, click Update Driver.'

 

I've tried Update Driver Software / Search Automatically, but I get 'Driver not intended for this platform'. Then it comes up in Device Manager in Other Devices as Unknown Device.

 

I've tried Uninstall and then Scan for Hardware Changes. It just pops back to Image Devices as USB2.0 PC Camera with the yellow exclamation mark.

 

 

 

I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling the driver on the CD. I right clicked the driver and chose Compatibility Mode Windows 7. I tried Compatibility Mode XP (Service pack 3) and the driver installed for 15 minutes (instead of a few minutes) and asked me to reboot as usual but that didn't work either. Instead Device Manager is showing '(Code 18) reinstall driver'. The driver is an InstallScript Setup Launcher so it can't be found.

 

Device Manager / Properties/ Events keeps showing,

..................

 10/01/2016 13:28:18 Device Install Requested

Information

Device USB\VID_1871&PID_7670&MI_00\6&9db860&0&0000 requires further installation.

 

10/01/2016 13:28:18  Device Not Migrated

Information
Device USB\VID_1871&PID_7670&MI_00\6&9db860&0&0000 could not be migrated.

Last Device Instance Id: USB\VID_1871&PID_0D01&MI_00\6&4FE83F4&0&0000
Class Guid: {6BDD1FC6-810F-11D0-BEC7-08002BE2092F}
Location Path:
Migration Rank: 0xF000FFFF0000F102
Present: false
Status: 0xC0000719

10/01/2016 13:28:19 Device installed (aveodcnt_64.inf)

Information

Driver Management concluded the process to install driver aveodcnt_64.inf_amd64_95dd8c9e1ab283da\aveodcnt_64.inf for Device Instance ID USB\VID_1871&PID_7670&MI_00\6&9DB860&0&0000 with the following status: 0xE0000234.

.............

 

I've tried every USB port.

 

I think I've successfully selected 'Disable driver signature enforcement'.

 

I've tried it on a Windows XP PC and it worked fine.

 

As it worked on Windows 10 before, I'm wondering if there is something I could try to get it working again. I know nothing about drivers and would like some advice please.

 

It's this exact model and packaging. It states on the front USB 2.0 & 1.1 and there's a Java icon. There's no model number.

 

YNkMOMp.jpg


Edited by skyshrimp, 10 January 2016 - 08:50 AM.


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Posted 10 January 2016 - 09:30 AM

Welcome to the world of Windows 10. Unfortunately the drivers included with the device will only work up to Windows 7 or possibly 8. Your only hope is to either wait for Windows 10 to supply a driver or revert back to Windows 7 if the upgrade was less than 30 days.

 

I did a search on the Vendor and Device ID and could not find a Windows 10 driver but I did find the search led me to this page. I can't say the software will install a Windows 10 driver or not. It is up to you if you want to download. 

 

http://www.howtogeek.com/220723/how-to-uninstall-windows-10-and-downgrade-to-windows-7-or-8.1/

 

Edit: I would also like to point out that the reversion to Windows 7 from Windows 10 has not been a smooth one for some people.

 

Edit: This is the problem I have with Windows 10. Microsoft specifically says that Windows 10 will be free until your device is no longer supported. Any major Windows 10 update can render your device such as your microscope or printer useless. Since it is no longer supported, you are expected to purchase a new one. With all previous versions of Windows, you knew your device would work until end of support and in this case Windows 7 end of support is 2020 which is another 4 years from now. Personally, if I had a Windows 7 computer, I would refuse the upgrade if I knew I would be purchasing a new computer after 2020.


Edited by JohnC_21, 10 January 2016 - 09:47 AM.


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Posted 10 January 2016 - 09:53 AM

Thanks JohnC_21,

 

I bought this PC with Windows 10 installed so I can't downgrade. ProScope couldn't find the camera either unfortunately.

 

I'll probably have to buy an XP laptop for the microscope but I thought I'd start a thread in case there was a possible work around I could try.



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Posted 10 January 2016 - 09:59 AM

If your computer has enough RAM then you could install XP using a VM like Virtual Box or VM Player. It would depend on if the VM had the proper USB drivers for the microscope to be detected. Maybe a used laptop with XP would be the better choice. You could probably pick one up for less than a license of XP on ebay.

 

http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1853121/set-virtual-windows-machine-virtualbox.html



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Posted 11 January 2016 - 01:03 PM

I just tried this microscope on a Windows 7 64 bit laptop and got the same problem. When I plugged it in, it said it was installing the software, then I got  'Device driver software was not successfully installed'.

 

I then tried this on a really old HP Compaq laptop running Windows 7 32 bit and it worked straight away. The moment I plugged in the microscope it said "Software installed successfully'.

 

On the microscope's driver disc auto.exe, there's a dotnetfx button. When I hover the mouse pointer over it, it says  'Net Framework'. At the end of the manual it states, 'Please click dotnetfx to continue when the NET Framework 2.0 is necessary'.



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Posted 11 January 2016 - 01:17 PM

Does the driver disk include other software for the microscope? That may require .NET Framework 2 to run but I am not sure why to would need .NET to install a driver? It's possible the 32bit version of WIndows 7 had .NET Framework 2 or the driver that installs when attached is only 32bit compatible. On the disk do you see any folders listed as 32bit or 64bit with an included .inf file?



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Posted 11 January 2016 - 02:16 PM

Hi John,

 

The driver disk has the following files,

 

CMVFrcx.jpg

 

The Measurement software doesn't load so that might possibly need .NET 2.

 

The Driver application installs CoolingTech Software R&D Center in Program Files (x86) and the Amcap software for viewing the cam.

 

VLh48Cw.jpg

 

I don't see a .inf file.


Edited by skyshrimp, 11 January 2016 - 02:17 PM.


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Posted 11 January 2016 - 02:58 PM

I am assuming in your first image the driver file has an exe extension. Can you extract the contents using Winrar or 7zip? I am pretty sure .NET is needed to run the optional software.



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Posted 11 January 2016 - 04:00 PM

Hi, the driver file has an .exe extension. I opened WinRAR and chose the driver.exe file. If I hit 'Extract To' I get a pop up stating 'No archives found in selected files or folders'. Was that what you meant by extract the contents?

 

The driver file is a InstallScript Setup Launcher (not sure what that is).

 

I've read that this has worked on 64 bit systems and even worked on my 64 bit Win 10 PC at one point. Very odd. I wonder if it has something to do with what .NET each system is running. I ran CCleaner on the old HP Compaq laptop to see the uninstall section so I can see what .NET it was running but it only displayed 5 programs! None of which were .NET.



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Posted 11 January 2016 - 04:13 PM

I am pretty much out of ideas on this one, sorry. It's possible some update on Windows 10 caused the problem of it no longer being detected. That is one of the problems with Windows 10, forced updates which also included drivers if you do not disable that feature.



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Posted 11 January 2016 - 08:14 PM

Hi Skyshrimp
 
I am not sure if .NET Framework 2.0 is the answer to your problem but enabling it in Windows 10 is easy.
 
Open Control Panel.
If you viewing Control Panel in Category View click Programs.
If you viewing Control Panel in Large or Small Icons View click Programs and Features.

On the left hand side click Turn Windows Features on or off.

On the Windows Features window check to see that the box is marked next to .NET Framework 3.5 (includes .NET 2.0 and 3.0)

If the box is not marked please mark it by clicking in the box.
Click OK and save the changes. Reboot your system and try your microscope.
 
Best of luck and Please keep BC posted!
 
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Posted 12 January 2016 - 04:55 AM

Thanks Old Rocker,

 

I forgot to mention that I checked that option the other day already.

 

I've found the .inf file though. It's aveodcnt_64

Here are the contents from Notepad,

 

; AVEOdcnt.inf
;
; AVEO Digital Video PC Camera
;
; Copyright © AVEO, Inc. 2001-2003
; 11/05/2004

[Version]
signature="$CHICAGO$"
Provider=%AVEOMfg%
Class=Image
ClassGUID={6bdd1fc6-810f-11d0-bec7-08002be2092f}
DriverVer=12/09/2010,1.0.0.0
CatalogFile=Aveodcnt_64.cat

[SourceDisksNames]
1 = "AVEO Digital Video PC Camera Installation Disk",,,

[SourceDisksFiles]
AVEOdcnt.sys = 1
AVEOcamintfc.ax=1
sx_cam_i420.dll=1

[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect=*

[Manufacturer]
%AVEOMfg%=AVEO,NTamd64

[DestinationDirs]
AVEO.Copy.System=10,SysWow64
AVEO.Copy.Drivers=10,system32\drivers


[AVEO.NTamd64]

%AVEO.DeviceDesc%=AVEO.Device,USB\VID_1871&PID_7670&MI_00



[AVEO.Device]
Include=      ks.inf, kscaptur.inf, ksfilter.inf, dshowext.inf
Needs=        KS.Registration,KSCAPTUR.Registration.NT,DSHOWEXT.Registration,AVEO.Registration
SubClass=StillImage
DeviceType=3
DeviceSubType=0x1
Capabilities=0x31
DeviceData=AVEO.DeviceData
ICMProfiles="sRGB Color Space Profile.icm"
AddReg=AVEO.WIA.AddReg
UpdateInis=   AVEO.USBDCam.UpdateIni
CopyFiles=    AVEO.Copy.Drivers,AVEO.Copy.System


[AVEO.Device.HW]
AddReg=VideoCapture.AddReg

[AVEO.Device.Interfaces]
AddInterface=%KSCATEGORY_VIDEO%,  "GLOBAL",VideoCapture.Interface
AddInterface=%KSCATEGORY_CAPTURE%,"GLOBAL",VideoCapture.Interface

[AVEO.DeviceData]


[AVEO.Copy.Drivers]
AVEOdcnt.sys,,,4


[AVEO.Copy.System]
AVEOcamintfc.ax,,,4
sx_cam_i420.dll,,,4



[VideoCapture.Interface]
AddReg=VideoCapture.AddReg

[VideoCapture.AddReg]
HKR,,CLSID,,%ProxyVCap.CLSID%
HKR,,FriendlyName,,%AVEO.DeviceDesc%
HKR,,ExtensionDLL,,AVEOCamIntfc.ax
HKR,PageAliases,"{71F96464-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}",1,B4,43,5B,AC, A7,BD, 86,46, 0x97, 0x7D, 0x17, 0x70, 0xAE, 0xB7, 0x60, 0xF3
HKR,PageAliases,"{71F96465-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}",1,B4,43,5B,AC, A7,BD, 86,46, 0x97, 0x7D, 0x17, 0x70, 0xAE, 0xB7, 0x60, 0xF3


;WIA
[AVEO.WIA.AddReg]
HKR,,HardwareConfig,1,1
HKR,,DevLoader,,*ntkern
HKR,,NTMPDriver,,AVEOdcnt.sys
HKR,,PageOutWhenUnopened,3,01
HKR,,HardwareConfig,1,1
HKR,,USDClass,,"{0527d1d0-88c2-11d2-82c7-00c04f8ec183}"

[AVEO.Registration]
AddReg=I420.AddReg,PCCameraControl.AddReg,AVEOPropSetExt.AddReg

[I420.AddReg]
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32","VIDC.I420",,sx_cam_i420.dll

[AVEO.USBDCam.UpdateIni]
system.ini,drivers32,,"VIDC.I420=sx_cam_i420.dll"

[AVEO.Device.Services]
AddService = AVEO,0x00000002,AVEO.ServiceInstall


[PCCameraControl.AddReg]
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%,,,%Plugin_IAMPCCameraControl%
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\InprocServer32,,,AVEOCamIntfc.ax
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\InprocServer32,ThreadingModel,,Both
; This IID is aggregated for the filter given the CLSID of the property set
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaInterfaces\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%,,,%Plugin_IAMPCCameraControl%
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaInterfaces\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%,IID,1,FA,71,7E,E9,61,38,BF,4B,B5,42,4B,4A,3E,C5,AA,B3

[AVEOPropSetExt.AddReg]
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl%
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID%\InprocServer32,,,AVEOCamIntfc.ax
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID%\InprocServer32,ThreadingModel,,Both
; Associate the property set with the above property page
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaSets\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\PropertyPages\%PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl%


HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl2%
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID%\InprocServer32,,,AVEOCamIntfc.ax
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID%\InprocServer32,ThreadingModel,,Both
; Associate the property set with the above property page
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaSets\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\PropertyPages\%PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl2%

HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl3%
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID%\InprocServer32,,,AVEOCamIntfc.ax
HKCR,Wow6432Node\CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID%\InprocServer32,ThreadingModel,,Both
; Associate the property set with the above property page
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaSets\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\PropertyPages\%PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl3%

[AVEO.ServiceInstall]
DisplayName   = %AVEO.DeviceDesc%
ServiceType   = %SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER%
StartType     = %SERVICE_DEMAND_START%
ErrorControl  = %SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL%
ServiceBinary = %12%\AVEOdcnt.sys




[Strings]
SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER               = 1
SERVICE_DEMAND_START                = 3
SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL                = 1
ProxyVCap.CLSID                     = "{17CCA71B-ECD7-11D0-B908-00A0C9223196}"
KSCATEGORY_CAPTURE                  = "{65E8773D-8F56-11D0-A3B9-00A0C9223196}"
KSCATEGORY_VIDEO                    = "{6994AD05-93EF-11D0-A3CC-00A0C9223196}"
AVEOMfg                            = "AVEO"
AVEO.DeviceDesc                 = "USB2.0 PC Camera"
IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID            = "{E97E71FA-3861-4bbf-B542-4B4A3EC5AAB3}"
Plugin_IAMPCCameraControl           = "WDM Streaming IAMPCCameraControl Interface Handler"
PropPage_PCCameraControl            = "PCCameraControl Property Page"
PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID      = "{055A09BC-8AB4-45a2-ACEE-468EA0568115}"
PropPage_PCCameraControl2            = "PCCameraControl Property Page2"
PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID      = "{42BF849F-67B8-4941-B3AB-3790AA958EF2}"
PropPage_PCCameraControl3            = "PCCameraControl Property Page3"
PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID      = "{882B8751-C044-499f-97A0-9C73A117D039}"
 


Edited by skyshrimp, 12 January 2016 - 06:04 AM.


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Posted 12 January 2016 - 05:59 AM

This is the .inf from the 32 bit Windows 7 laptop named aveodcnt_xp

 

; AVEOdcnt.inf
;
; AVEO Digital Video PC Camera
;
; Copyright © AVEO, Inc. 2001-2003
; 11/05/2004

[Version]
signature="$CHICAGO$"
Provider=%AVEOMfg%
Class=Image
ClassGUID={6bdd1fc6-810f-11d0-bec7-08002be2092f}
DriverVer=12/09/2010,1.0.0.0
CatalogFile=aveodcnt_xp.cat

[SourceDisksNames]
1 = "AVEO Digital Video PC Camera Installation Disk",,,

[SourceDisksFiles]
AVEOdcnt.sys = 1
AVEOcamintfc.ax=1
sx_cam_i420.dll=1

[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect=*

[Manufacturer]
%AVEOMfg%=AVEO

[DestinationDirs]
AVEO.Copy.System=11
AVEO.Copy.Drivers=12


[AVEO]

%AVEO.DeviceDesc%=AVEO.Device,USB\VID_1871&PID_7670&MI_00



[AVEO.Device]
Include=      ks.inf, kscaptur.inf, ksfilter.inf, dshowext.inf
Needs=        KS.Registration,KSCAPTUR.Registration.NT,DSHOWEXT.Registration,AVEO.Registration
SubClass=StillImage
DeviceType=3
DeviceSubType=0x1
Capabilities=0x31
DeviceData=AVEO.DeviceData
ICMProfiles="sRGB Color Space Profile.icm"
AddReg=AVEO.WIA.AddReg
UpdateInis=   AVEO.USBDCam.UpdateIni
CopyFiles=    AVEO.Copy.Drivers,AVEO.Copy.System


[AVEO.Device.HW]
AddReg=VideoCapture.AddReg

[AVEO.Device.Interfaces]
AddInterface=%KSCATEGORY_VIDEO%,  "GLOBAL",VideoCapture.Interface
AddInterface=%KSCATEGORY_CAPTURE%,"GLOBAL",VideoCapture.Interface

[AVEO.DeviceData]


[AVEO.Copy.Drivers]
AVEOdcnt.sys


[AVEO.Copy.System]
AVEOcamintfc.ax
sx_cam_i420.dll



[VideoCapture.Interface]
AddReg=VideoCapture.AddReg

[VideoCapture.AddReg]
HKR,,CLSID,,%ProxyVCap.CLSID%
HKR,,FriendlyName,,%AVEO.DeviceDesc%
HKR,,DeviceDesc,,%AVEO.DeviceDesc%


;WIA
[AVEO.WIA.AddReg]
HKR,,HardwareConfig,1,1
HKR,,DevLoader,,*ntkern
HKR,,NTMPDriver,,AVEOdcnt.sys
HKR,,PageOutWhenUnopened,3,00
HKR,,HardwareConfig,1,1
HKR,,USDClass,,"{0527d1d0-88c2-11d2-82c7-00c04f8ec183}"

[AVEO.Registration]
AddReg=I420.AddReg,PCCameraControl.AddReg,AVEOPropSetExt.AddReg

[I420.AddReg]
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32","VIDC.I420",,sx_cam_i420.dll

[AVEO.USBDCam.UpdateIni]
system.ini,drivers32,,"VIDC.I420=sx_cam_i420.dll"

[AVEO.Device.Services]
AddService = AVEO,0x00000002,AVEO.ServiceInstall


[PCCameraControl.AddReg]
HKCR,CLSID\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%,,,%Plugin_IAMPCCameraControl%
HKCR,CLSID\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\InprocServer32,,,AVEOCamIntfc.ax
HKCR,CLSID\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\InprocServer32,ThreadingModel,,Both
; This IID is aggregated for the filter given the CLSID of the property set
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaInterfaces\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%,,,%Plugin_IAMPCCameraControl%
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaInterfaces\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%,IID,1,FA,71,7E,E9,61,38,BF,4B,B5,42,4B,4A,3E,C5,AA,B3

[AVEOPropSetExt.AddReg]
HKCR,CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl%
HKCR,CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID%\InprocServer32,,,AVEOCamIntfc.ax
HKCR,CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID%\InprocServer32,ThreadingModel,,Both
; Associate the property set with the above property page
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaSets\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\PropertyPages\%PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl%

HKCR,CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl2%
HKCR,CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID%\InprocServer32,,,AVEOCamIntfc.ax
HKCR,CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID%\InprocServer32,ThreadingModel,,Both
; Associate the property set with the above property page
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaSets\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\PropertyPages\%PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl2%

HKCR,CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl3%
HKCR,CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID%\InprocServer32,,,AVEOCamIntfc.ax
HKCR,CLSID\%PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID%\InprocServer32,ThreadingModel,,Both
; Associate the property set with the above property page
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaSets\%IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID%\PropertyPages\%PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID%,,,%PropPage_PCCameraControl3%


[AVEO.ServiceInstall]
DisplayName   = %AVEO.DeviceDesc%
ServiceType   = %SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER%
StartType     = %SERVICE_DEMAND_START%
ErrorControl  = %SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL%
ServiceBinary = %12%\AVEOdcnt.sys




[Strings]
SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER               = 1
SERVICE_DEMAND_START                = 3
SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL                = 1
ProxyVCap.CLSID                     = "{17CCA71B-ECD7-11D0-B908-00A0C9223196}"
KSCATEGORY_CAPTURE                  = "{65E8773D-8F56-11D0-A3B9-00A0C9223196}"
KSCATEGORY_VIDEO                    = "{6994AD05-93EF-11D0-A3CC-00A0C9223196}"
AVEOMfg                            = "AVEO"
AVEO.DeviceDesc             = "USB2.0 PC Camera"
IAMPCCameraControl.CLSID            = "{E97E71FA-3861-4bbf-B542-4B4A3EC5AAB3}"
Plugin_IAMPCCameraControl           = "WDM Streaming IAMPCCameraControl Interface Handler"
PropPage_PCCameraControl            = "PCCameraControl Property Page"
PropPage_PCCameraControl.CLSID      = "{055A09BC-8AB4-45a2-ACEE-468EA0568115}"
PropPage_PCCameraControl2            = "PCCameraControl Property Page2"
PropPage_PCCameraControl2.CLSID      = "{42BF849F-67B8-4941-B3AB-3790AA958EF2}"
PropPage_PCCameraControl3            = "PCCameraControl Property Page3"
PropPage_PCCameraControl3.CLSID      = "{882B8751-C044-499f-97A0-9C73A117D039}"


Edited by skyshrimp, 12 January 2016 - 06:04 AM.


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Posted 12 January 2016 - 08:32 AM

For your Windows 10 computer, right click the exclamation mark, select update driver and point it to the inf file. Make sure you also have the files shown in the inf file. It has the inf extension shown, correct?  It still may not work as the driver date is 2010

 

If you have not done it before then here is a guide. It should be similar for Windows 10

 

CatalogFile=Aveodcnt_64.cat

AVEOdcnt.sys = 1
AVEOcamintfc.ax=1
sx_cam_i420.dll=1



#15 skyshrimp

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Posted 12 January 2016 - 08:43 AM

John, I just got it working!

 

I chose Update Driver/ Browse My Computer/ Let Me Pick From A List Of Devices (instead of 'Search For Driver Software In This Location - Browse' ) /USB Video Device (instead of USB2.0 PC Camera)

 

I'm not sure if it's relevant, but I also opened aveodcnt.inf first in notepad and changed CatalogFile=Aveodcnt_64.cat to CatalogFile=aveodcnt_64.cat and tried the 'Search For Driver Software In This Location - Browse' option which (for the first time) gave me the option to 'install this driver software anyway' but then gave me the 'Driver is not intended for this platform' error.

 

Thanks for all your help guys :)

 

Edit: Make sure you choose ''Disable driver signature enforcement'  just in case. You do it by holding shift when you restart Windows 10 and I think it only works until you reboot again.

 

http://www.howtogeek.com/167723/how-to-disable-driver-signature-verification-on-64-bit-windows-8.1-so-that-you-can-install-unsigned-drivers/


Edited by skyshrimp, 12 January 2016 - 09:58 AM.





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