|OK, so I have an Intel PC Camera from 2000 (The CS430) when I first bought it, it was about $200 brand new and came with this software CD so that you can easily use it. For the longest time, I had it installed to Windows XP without the software because WinXP automatically detected a driver for it, and I only needed it for taking pictures by accessing it through the My Computer folder on desktop and making videos for youtube with WMM.|
Now I want to try connecting my games to it and VCR with it's S-Video in compatibility on the camera. It works, but the screen is not big enough with what I was utilizing at normal. So I decided to use the software it came with. Software said that it required Win98, so I told it to continue anyway, install program started up fine, until after I selected yes for agreeing with the license agreement, it said that Win95 was not supported and that I needed Win98FE, Win98SE, or WinME, WinNT currently not supported, then it closed. Is there a way to bypass this?
CPU=Pentium IV 2.4GHz