XP is tough when in comes to drivers and older equipment. I also did a fast read, just not sure what the sequence of requirements are. If anyone knows how to get to their website please let me know.. I only wanted the drivers to video conference with msn messenger or netmeeting and they work fine.. For full access please Register.
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Intel discontinued the product and all support and development for it back in Yes, my password is: Since there trying to get older equipment to work bt84kpf XP, I think the “installer” is suppose to get you there If anyone knows how to get to their website please let me know.
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Also, if you use a 3rd party download manager, it should have stored the driver download URL path. Can you fiind drivers for Windows ?
Thanks for posting back and sharing your information. I only wanted the drivers to video conference with msn messenger or netmeeting and they work fine. Hope it helps, post back, good luck.
All i need are the drivers so i can hook up my 8mm camcorder to video conference using msn messenger. I also did a fast read, just not sure what the sequence of requirements are.
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Log in or Sign up. I am new to this website and not sure if posting this question here is the right place to post but i have an Intel smart video recorder III which is a video capture card.
I have been to drivers. I use “Star” downloader, stores the path in the downloaded file properties view. Does anyone know where i can get drivers that support this bt848,pf
I can tell you that Intel has not bt84k8pf any drivers or updates for this product since earlyso there are no XP drivers or XP software available. You might want to start looking for a XP compatible capture card.
Do you already have an account? They will usually work with WinXP. XP is tough when in comes to drivers and older equipment.