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Somewhere, Oct.28th, 2002


I was confused by the support of Tremon Enterprise Co Ltd (and its owner STMicroelectronics) so I've created a .cab file for installing new drivers under XP.
These drivers are in version 1.10 and are the last update that could be found in the web (till this day). Everyone can try to download and install their package that seems to install correctly but doesn't work :(! The only one that realy seems to work is version 0.51(beta). What I've exactly made I've prepared the cab in such a way: I took the complete "beta" drivers, installed them, then installed the new libraries from (that don't work itself), copied newly installed binaries to "beta" directory and create a .cab file from this directory. So, everyone who wants to install new drivers can just simple use it. Also I've added documentation for STV0673 chip.

These drivers support all Web Cams that are described as:
	WebCam STV0673
	Tremon CAM31U
	VVL stv673

They are recognized by the Linux system as:
  idVendor           0x0553 VLSI Vision Ltd.
  idProduct          0x0002 CPiA WebCam
  bcdDevice            1.60
  iManufacturer           2 VLSI Vision Ltd.
  iProduct                1 USB Camera
  iSerial                 0
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Have a fun with these drivers.


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