Fake Easycap Drivers For Windows 7 64 Bit and 32 Bit

| March 19, 2012 | 3 Comments

If you’re like me you like to shop ebay A LOT. Well I wanted to get a cheap pin camera and a USB video capture card cheap and that’s exactly what I got at eBay. Now I knew what I was ordering was going to be cheap but I didn’t realize it was going to be fake as well. Fake meaning that there would be no more support since it’s a knock off. Anyways I ordered a EasyCap USB 2.0 Video Capture Controller. It worked great under XP but that was then and now I have Windows 7 64 Bit. I looked for HOURS going through countless posts, finding solutions that only worked for the real devices, downloading dozens of files that didn’t work until finally I found a solution.

Here are the files I used for Windows 7 64 Bit. It has 32 Bit included but I couldn’t test them since I don’t have a 32 Bit system anywhere around the house.

DOWNLOAD FILES 64 Bit and 32 Bit EasyCap Fake Controller Drivers 1.8MB RAR ( you will need something like Winrar to open it ).

What I did was simple and here are my instructions:

  1. Download the file above.
  2. Extract the files to your desktop for easy finding.
  3. Go to control panel > System > Device Manager.
  4. Find the USB controller that has a yellow explanation mark.
  5. Double click and go to Drivers then click Update Drivers.
  6. Click Browse my computer for driver software.
  7. Point to the folder you extracted above and click OK.

At this point windows should have found a driver and popup a message that gives a warning about the version and asks if you want to install anyways. Just hit yes. Once finished it will ask you to reboot, I think, and then you should now have a working USB 2.0 Video Controller!

To test mine I downloaded a video capture software from FileHippp that was free, small and fast which you can find HERE.

If all goes well you should be up and running! If not, well I tried but maybe you have a real EasyCap or a newer version than what I had. Either way good luck and may the force be with you! Not really sure why I said that last part…

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  1. Khalid Sheikh says:

    i have window7, 32 bit on my laptop. in the Device Manager window the EasyCap 2 (DC60} is recognized as SM-USB 007 and not EasyCap USB 2.0. When i perform all the procedure described by you. i get the message “Driver in installed” i am very much frustrated since i bought this Easycap USB. i need to convert my old taped to DVD.
    Do you know any other workable solution?

    • Tommy White says:

      This was the ONLY way I could get mine to work. I did learn that there are a lot of generic EasyCap devices out there so you may not have the same version I have 🙁

  2. Justin Berrios says:

    Mine dosent say Easycap USB 2.0
    ANYWARE! All it says is USBTV007
    Im pretty fustrated…what should I do???

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