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EyeToy Win Drivers


If you've been meaning to get a webcam, but already have an EyeToy, why spend the money? The usable drivers for this are third party and a little intimidating. Only follow these instructions if you feel comfortable installing non-Microsoft-approved drivers on your computer.




EyeToy Win Drivers


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At one point an open-source project, the fittingly named "Eyetoy On Computer Project," wrote drivers so Windows XP users use the Playtation Eyetoy on Windows as an Internet webcam. That project's own page at SourceForge all but disappeared from the web, but their driver lives on at CNET's Download.com. Here's how to use those drivers for Windows XP:


First, download the driver here (courtesy of download.cnet.com). Then install these drivers by double-clicking the executable and following the on-screen instructions. You'll see a few odd error message, including a windows that says "????" with an "OK" button. This is normal, for some reason, so don't panic.


I myself do not have access to a Vista or Windows 7 machine to test any particular process with, but there is a guide over at emagi.co.uk with links to working drivers and step-by-step instructions for using the EyeToy on Vista.


Essentially you need to download the drivers directly, outside the executable binary given above, then install them using the Windows hardware manager. As a warning: some Vista users commenting on this article complained about their computer crashing after installing the drivers, so your mileage may vary. It's also worth noting that there are no drivers anywhere that will work with 64-bit Vista or 64-bit Windows 7.


An open source project known as macam offers full OSX support for the EyeToy and a number of other USB webcams. Simply download the macam drivers and drag the file "macam.component" to "/Library/Quicktime." Everything should be working after that.


The camera is manufactured by Logitech (known as "Logicool" in Japan), although newer EyeToys are manufactured by Namtai. The camera is mainly used for playing EyeToy games developed by Sony and other companies. It is not intended for use as a normal PC camera, although some programmers have written unofficial drivers for it.[3] The EyeToy is compatible with the PlayStation 3 and can be used for video chatting.[4] As of November 6, 2008, the EyeToy has sold 10.5 million units worldwide.[5]


Since the EyeToy is essentially a webcam inside a casing designed to match the PlayStation 2 and it uses a USB 1.1 protocol and USB plug, it is possible to make it work on other systems relatively easily. Drivers have been created to make it work with many computer operating systems, however, Linux[10] is the only OS which has drivers installed yet no official drivers have been offered by Namtai, Logitech, or Sony for Microsoft Windows, macOS, or Linux. The type of driver required depends on the model of EyeToy camera. There are three different models:


DriverGuide maintains an extensive archive of Windows drivers available for free download. We employ a team from around the world which adds hundreds of new drivers to our site every day. How to Install Drivers Once you download your new driver, then you need to install it. To install a driver in Windows, you will need to use a built-in utility called Device Manager. It allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.


Many device drivers are not updated through the Microsoft Windows Update service. If you are having trouble finding the right driver, stop searching and fix driver problems faster with the Automatic Driver Update Utility. Automatic updates could save you hours of time.


The Driver Update Utility automatically finds, downloads and installs the right driver for your hardware and operating system. It will Update all of your drivers in just a few clicks, and even backup your drivers before making any changes.


Many computer problems are caused by missing or outdated device drivers, especially in Windows 11. If your desktop or laptop is running slow, or keeps crashing or hanging, there is a good chance that updating your drivers will fix the problem.


Okay, so in this instructable we will be turning an Eyetoy into a webcam for Windows Vista. If I find any drivers for Windows 7 and XP I will update this post, however I have heard that the Vista driver is compatible with XP systems. Essencially what we will be doing is installinga new driver, if you don't know what that is I will explain. A driver basically allows your computer to communitcate with other software. They eyetoy is missing a driver, when plugged in your computer will recognize that it is a picture/video device but not that it is a webcam, you need to install a driver that will allow your computer to recognize it as a webcam and use it as one.This instructable should cost you no money, assuming that you already have an eyetoy. The driver download is free.


The first thing you want to do is check out what model you have. If you have one of the older ones it should be a logitech, if you have the newer silver one it should be a namtai. You can also check this by checking your device manager via the control panel, it should designate it as either a logitech or namtai. Next what you want to do is go to this website: This is the result of searching "eyetoy" on www.4shared.comSelect one of the two choices as shown in the picture below, choosing either the Namtai or Logitech version of the driver. Also make sure you are selecting an option with the author by the name of Thomas Dobson.


Windows 8.1 As of Feb 2015Can't believe I am trying to do this, but even so, I am unfortunately not able to get the device manager to detect any drivers within the extracted file. I chose one By: firekitten, the most recent was quaranteed by Macafee for containing a Trojan. This one appears good. I can't really get any of the contents to work independently, so I have no way to directly install a driver through the device manager or the file contents.AMCAP is present as Awatson16 mentioned, various application extentions, security catalogs, and SET files.I will keep pushing, but it isn't looking so good. If anyone has any solutions, please respond. Even if many years goes by, I would like a response out of sheer curiosity and persistence.


I dont normally comment but as im feeling nice today... great drivers, works fine for me even if the install chucked up a tiny error message at the end, all you have to do is tell windows where the extracted file is (For the people saying they have problems with it), I suggest to anyone who does not like to be pink to stick something over the eyetoys red light. File comes with a way to adjust cam options like brightness and hue aswell. Just use the program AMCAP in the downloaded file after installing.


My eyetoy works fine on Cheese, gucview and various other media software like VLC. However, It seems like I am capped by 25fps. If I recall, the eyetoy is much better than this (60fps) but cannot find any way to fix this. The best program that I have have found is VLC because its advanced options allow you to change many settings but the framerate setting appears to have no effect.


To give you the full information I wish to attach multiple eyetoys to the system and record from all of them. (Security software like motion and zoneminder, I couldn't get installed correctly on my system- so I haven't tried those yet).


Sony eyetoy usb camera USB\VID drivers are required for the USB bus and USB connectivity hardware in the computer to operate correctly. A "driver" is the name given to the software interface that allows the operating system to communicate with the eyetoy usb camera hardware, it is the software "driver" that is in control of the USB hardware. If the usb camera Universal Serial Bus device is not performing as expected then the driver is probably not installed or is broken. The list below consists of free downloads that are designed specifically to be used with the Sony eyetoy usb camera device.


The camera is manufactured by Logitech (known as "Logicool" in Japan), although newer EyeToys are manufactured by Namtai. The camera is mainly used for playing EyeToy games developed by Sony and other companies. It is not intended for use as a normal PC camera, although some people have developed unofficial drivers for it.Template:Ref As of November 6, 2008, the EyeToy has sold 10.5 million units worldwide.[1]


Because the EyeToy is essentially a web camera inside a casing designed to match the Sony PlayStation 2, and it uses a USB 1.1 protocol and USB plug, drivers have been created to make it work with many operating systems. The type of driver required depends on the model of EyeToy camera. There are three different types:


Recommendation: Novice Windows users are recommended to use a driver update utility like DriverDoc [Download DriverDoc - Product by Solvusoft] to assist in updating Logitech Webcam device drivers. DriverDoc saves time and headaches by making sure that you are downloading and installing the correct EyeToy USB Camera drivers.


Additionally, when you use DriverDoc to update your Webcam drivers, you'll also be able to keep all of your other PC drivers updated by utilizing our extensive database of over 2,150,000 drivers (with daily updates), covering all hardware devices.


EyeToy USB Camera is prone to system errors related to corrupt or outdated device drivers. When the operating system that your device depends on gets an update, drivers can suddenly stop working with it. The best part is that your Webcam drivers can always be modified to solve the laptop dilemma.


It is not straightforward to get EyeToy USB Camera drivers due to Logitech's large and confusing official website. Even if you have the expertise, finding, downloading, and updating EyeToy USB Camera drivers can still be a tedious and messy process. An incorrect driver or version for your hardware will cause further damage.


For the time and effort involved in the driver update process, we highly suggest using driver utility software. A driver update tool provides you with new driver versions for your hardware, and can also save a backup of current drivers before making any changes. Using a backup driver system helps you to rollback any driver to the previous version if a problem arises.


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