Place the CD in the DVD/CD drive while holding down the "Shift" key which will stop the Autorun procedure.. Next, open "My Computer", then RIGHT click on the DVD/CD drive icon, choose "Explore".. You should now see all the various folders and files from the CD.. Navigate around and you should be able to find the driver in question.. It's frequently in a folder called "Drivers"..
Another note.. I see you only have SP1 for your Windows XP machine. It's a good idea to update that to the newest service pack simply because there are a number of "fixes" and security updates which will help your compute work better and stay more secure..
Hope this helps.
I have windows xp SP1. I connected a PC Webcam (came with CUseeMe v.4.0, which I want to see if it will work with Skype. However, the hardware wizard cannot find any drivers for it in windows, and I don't want to install the software from the CD, just the driver. Does anyone know what the driver file name would likely be called?
As for my device manager, it lists my USB Imaging Device as unknown and has no Drivers attached to it, is there any download link for a driver I could install on it?