Belkin F5U207 Download Drivers and Manual

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Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5U207
Description
USB VIdeoBus
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
287Kb
File Name
f5u207_w2k.exe
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5u207
Description
USB VideoBus
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
287Kb
File Name
f5u207_w2k.exe
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5u207
Description
USB VideoBus Notes
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
14Kb
File Name
f5u207_2072k.pdf
Info
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
1. Put a blank 31/2" floppy diskette into drive
2. Execute the downloaded file by double-clicking it. A 'Self Extraction Wizard' will appear. Please follow the
on-screen instructions. The extraction tool will place all files onto the 31/2" floppy disk you inserted into
the 'A:' drive. The 31/2" diskette you inserted is now your new installation disk. Use this disk for the
following installation procedures….
Since USB is "hot swappable" it is best to have your PC turned on and in a Windows session before you
continue.
3. Attach the USB Video Adapter to an available USB port on your PC.
The "Found New Hardware" wizard appears.
4. Click "NEXT"…
The "Install Hardware Device Drivers" window will appear.
5. Select "Search for a suitable device (recommended)."
6. Click "Next>"...
The "Locate Driver Files" window will appear...
7. Select "Floppy disk drives."
8. Click "Next>"...
The "Driver Files Search Results" window will appear...
9. Click "Next>"...
The "Hardware Install" window will appear and will begin copying files...
The "Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard" window will appear..
10. Click "Finish."
The USB Video Adapter is now installed…
11. Install the accompanying video editing software included with your unit.
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5u207
Description
USB VideoBus Manual
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Manual
8Kb
File Name
f5u207_w2k.pdf
Info
Notes:
1) The driver does not work on Win98 Gold. This is because Win98 Gold has weak WDM support. For
customers using Win95 and Win98 Gold, they can just use the current driver that we have. This current
driver is the VFW driver (Video for Windows). On this one, too, we will have a new release from the
vendor.
2) The New driver comes with a Microsoft Direct Show application called AMCAP. You can use this
application for Live Video Test, Bandwidth Adjustment and Video capture. This application runs on
both Win 98SE and Win2000. For Video Editing you can use MGI VideoWave III SE( the one we
currently have).
3) On Win2000, you need to close your video application e.g. AMCAP if you are putting the computer to
sleep mode or you will be letting the computer go to sleep after a set time. Also, after sleep wait at
least 30 seconds before opening the video application again. This is because Win2000 re-detects
devices attached to it after coming from sleep mode. You do not need to do the above on Win98SE.
4) The VideoBus WDM driver has an added feature wherein you can connect multiple videobuses but
only up to two (2). If the user wants to use two(2) video buses he needs to do the following:
a) Connect the videobuses one at a time. Make sure the first device is working (do a live video test
using AMCAP with a camera) before connecting the second videobus. After setting up the first
videobus on AMCAP, go to Options/Capture Filter/Advance then lower the Bandwidth to 3.0.
You need to give some space if you are connecting a second videobus. You need to do this step
again after setting up the second videobus to give the USB Host Controller some leverage for
signal processing. You can open AMCAP twice to view the second camera attached to the second
videobus.
b) On both Win98 SE and Win2000, all video applications (e.g. AMCAP) should be closed before
putting the computer to sleep mode.
c) Settings on AMCAP are only put on RAM memory, so, if you are using two cameras, you need to
set them up again after the computer is restarted. You need to remember which is the first and
second. The 2 videobuses will be enumerated exactly the same. Right now the only way to
distinguish one videobus from the other is by taking into account the location of cameras attached
to them.
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5u207
Description
USB VideoBus
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
f5u207u.pdf
Info
Benefits and Features
• Selectable USB bandwidth (0.5Mbps to 8.0Mbps in 0.5Mbps steps)
• Low CPU processing power consumption video de-compression
• Supports high resolution still image capture (640x480 pixels)
• Direct connection to USB port
• No need to open the computer to install or configure cards
• Video for Windows® compatible
• Converts video source into a standard Video for Windows® device
• Compatible with popular PC imaging applications
• Plug-and-Play installation
• No power supply needed – VideoBus™ is powered by the
USB connection
System Requirements
• PC with 166Mhz Pentium processor with MMX or higher and
USB port
• Microsoft Win®98 or Win®95 version 4.00.95 or higher
• 16MB RAM
• 20MB hard disk storage space
• Floppy drive for software installation
Applications
• Video conferencing via Internet, PSTN (public switched telephone
network), ISDN and LAN/WAN
• Multimedia and desktop applications
• Video and still capture
• Video input for security systems
• Video E-mail messages
• Website development
Package Contents
VideoBus™ Adapter F5U207u or F5U206
CD-ROM P72766
This manual P72765
Registration Card P72009
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5u207
Description
USB VideoBus Manual
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Manual
1.1Mb
File Name
f5u207u95.pdf
Info
Benefits and Features
• Selectable USB bandwidth (0.5Mbps to 8.0Mbps in 0.5Mbps steps)
• Low CPU processing power consumption video de-compression
• Supports high resolution still image capture (640x480 pixels)
• Direct connection to USB port
• No need to open the computer to install or configure cards
• Video for Windows® compatible
• Converts video source into a standard Video for Windows® device
• Compatible with popular PC imaging applications
• Plug-and-Play installation
• No power supply needed – VideoBus™ is powered by the
USB connection
System Requirements
• PC with 166Mhz Pentium processor with MMX or higher and
USB port
• Microsoft Win®98 or Win®95 version 4.00.95 or higher
• 16MB RAM
• 20MB hard disk storage space
• Floppy drive for software installation
Applications
• Video conferencing via Internet, PSTN (public switched telephone
network), ISDN and LAN/WAN
• Multimedia and desktop applications
• Video and still capture
• Video input for security systems
• Video E-mail messages
• Website development
Package Contents
VideoBus™ Adapter F5U207u or F5U206
CD-ROM P72766
This manual P72765
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5u207
Description
USB VideoBus
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Size Driver
236Kb
File Name
f5u207_98.exe
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5U207
Description
USB VIdeoBus
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Size Driver
236Kb
File Name
f5u207_98.exe
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5U207
Description
USB VIdeoBus
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Size Driver
236Kb
File Name
f5u207_98.exe
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5u207
Description
USB VideoBus
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Size Driver
236Kb
File Name
f5u207_98.exe
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5u207
Description
USB VideoBus
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
292Kb
File Name
f5u207_xp.exe
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5u207
Description
USB VideoBus Manual
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Manual
7Kb
File Name
f5u207winxpinstallation.pdf
Info
F5U206/207 Windows XP Installation
1. After unzipping the files onto your hard drive, the path you will have to specify during installation will
be C:\F5U206. If you chose to unzip the files onto a 3 ˝ floppy disk, the installation path would be
A:2. When you plug in the adapter, Windows will find a new device, (if Windows does not find a new
device, follow the uninstall instructions first).
3. Windows will ask, What do you want the wizard to do? Choose, Install from a list or specific
location (advanced). Click next.
4. Choose the option, Include this location in the search: and type the path c:\F5U206 (or you can
browse to the C:\ and locate the folder that you unzipped the files to) and then click Next.
5. You will see a warning stating that the Belkin VideoBus has not passed Windows Logo testing,
Continue Anyway. And click on Finish.
6. In order to check the installation for this adapter, go to Start, and right click on My Computer and left
click on properties. Click on the Hardware tab and then click on the Device Manager button. Click
on the plus sign next Imaging Devices and underneath this heading you should see Belkin VideoBus.
If you do not see the Belkin VideoBus or if there is an unknown or USB device with a question or
exclamation mark, proceed to the un-installation instructions.
Company
Belkin
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Belkin F5U207
Description
USB VIdeoBus
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
292Kb
File Name
f5u207_xp.exe
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