Option 1 (Recommended): Update drivers automatically - Novice computer users can update drivers using trusted software in just a few clicks. Automatic driver updates are fast, efficient and eliminate all the guesswork. Your old drivers can even be backed up and restored in case any problems occur.
Option 2: Update drivers manually - Find the correct driver for your Camera and operating system, then install it by following the step by step instructions below. You'll need some computer skills to use this method.
The built-in Microsoft Windows Update service may not update your drivers properly. Instead, use The Camera Driver Update Utility for Fujitsu. It is intelligent software that automatically recognizes your computer's operating system and camera manufacturer and model to find the most up-to-date drivers for it. There is no risk of installing the wrong driver. The Camera Driver Update Utility downloads and installs your drivers quickly and easily.
You can scan for driver updates automatically and install them manually with the free version of the Fujitsu Camera Driver Update Utility, or complete all necessary driver updates automatically using the premium version.
Click the Update button next to your driver. The correct version will be downloaded and installed automatically. Or, you can click the Update All button at the bottom to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out-of-date on your system.
To find the latest driver, including Windows 11 drivers, choose from our list of most popular Fujitsu Camera downloads or search our driver archive for the driver that fits your specific Fujitsu camera model and your PC's operating system.
After downloading your driver update, you will need to install it. Driver updates come in a variety of file formats with different file extensions. For example, you may have downloaded an EXE, INF, ZIP, or SYS file. Each file type has a slightly different installation procedure to follow. Visit our Driver Support Page to watch helpful step-by-step videos on how to install drivers based on their file extension.
If you could not find the exact driver for your hardware device or you aren't sure which driver is right one, we have a program that will detect your hardware specifications and identify the correct driver for your needs. Please click here to download.
The USB Device Class Definition for Video Devices, or USB Video Class, defines video streaming functionality on the Universal Serial Bus. Much like nearly all mass storage devices (USB flash disks, external SATA disk enclosures, ...) can be managed by a single driver because they conform to the USB Mass Storage specification, UVC compliant peripherals only need a generic driver.
The UVC specification covers webcams, digital camcorders, analog video converters, analog and digital television tuners, and still-image cameras that support video streaming for both video input and output.
The Linux UVC projects is currently focussing on kernel support for UVC devices. The driver implements the Video4Linux 2 (V4L2) API. Support for the deprecated V4L1 API will not be added.
1 First and second generation Logitech webcams suffer from firmware bug which make the camera somehow unstable. As the issue is timing-related, the exact impact of the bug on a particular user can't be predicted. If you plan to buy a Logitech webcam, consider getting one of the models not affected by the bug. More information about the issue, including possible workarounds, are available on the QuickCam Team website.
3 This camera module is known to be mounted upside-down in some notebooks. Applications that use the libv4l library should display the video correctly, as libv4l detects upside-down cameras and rotates the image automatically. See Hans de Goede's post on the linux-uvc-devel mailing list for more information. For applications that don't use libv4l, try holding your computer upside-down.
9 This Device ID is known to be used by several different webcams among which at least one is currently not supported by the driver. If you plan to buy this camera make sure it matches the product name.
12 Recent versions of the device use UVC as a façade. They talk a vendor-specific protocol with a vendor-provided Windows driver, and trying to handle them with the UVC protocol results in low frame rate and corrupted frames in most resolutions. Device BCD 1.00 is known to be affected, BCD 0.02 seems to work.
13 Despite being able to work with lower USB bandwidths, this device always requests the maximum possible bandwidth, even for the MJPEG format. Using one of those cameras in conjunction with another USB device (including the camera internal microphone) will likely fail. You can tell the uvcvideo driver to estimate the required bandwidth instead of trusting the camera by setting the FIX_BANDWIDTH quirk. This will only affect uncompressed formats, and even there there's no guarantee of success. See the FAQ for more information.
14 The camera severely underexpose images under low-light conditions when using any frame rate other than the default (which also happens to be the maximum), probably because auto-exposure is only enabled at the default or maximum frame rate. The RESTRICT_FRAME_RATE quirk has been added to the driver to ignore all non-default frame rates.
15 Some versions of this camera have been reported to randomly time out or stall in response to valid UVC control requests, probably as a result of a race condition bug in the camera firmware. This can sometime lead to the camera failing to be recognized by the kernel. Little can be done to fix the problem.
If you are an end-user the easiest way to retrieve an up-to-date driver is to clone the media build git repository located at _build.git. The code includes support for older kernel versions, but might lag behind the uvcvideo git repository by a few days.
UVC-specific parts of the driver API are documented in the Linux kernel tree starting at version 2.6.38, in Documentation/video4linux/uvcvideo.txt. Older kernel versions implemented a different API that is now deprecated and scheduled for removal in 2.6.39.
We were unable to find drivers for your product. Try manually selecting your operating system. If your operating system is not listed then HP may not provide driver support for your product with that operating system.
Usually, the downloaded driver file will be .zip file or .exe file. For .zip file, extract it completely then you will get the .exe file. To install the driver, just double-click on the .exe file and follow the on-screen instructions.
SnapTwainThe vendor of the scanner models ScanSnap iX100, ScanSnapiX500, ScanSnap S1300i, ScanSnap iX1300, ScanSnap iX1400, ScanSnap iX1500 and ScanSnap iX1600 does not offer a TWAIN driver for its device asthe included driver and ScanSnap software allows intuitive operation without the driver industrystandard. Anyhow some users like the ScanSnap scanner but want to use a compatible integrationwith other scanners and the industry standard TWAIN also for their ScanSnap scanner. JSE nowoffers for these users a solution. 32 bit and 64 bit TWAIN drivers for the Fujitsu ScanSnapscanners. Now also the ScanSnap SV600 issupported.The JSE TWAIN driver for ScanSnap scanners requires an installed andworking ScanSnap Home software on the Windows system. The TWAIN driver supports Windows 7 toWindows 11. It allows the setting of important scan parameters. The license is per computer. Fororganisations with multible users volume pricing is available.
This is the GUI of the TWAIN driver when using a licensed version. While still beeing in demomode, there is a register button in addition. The TWAIN driver supports also scanning withoutuser interface. Please download and test the free demo version of SnapTwain beforeyou buy it. For additional information about the SnapTwain TWAIN driver you may read the SnapTwain manual or the German SnapTwain Handbuch or the French SnapTwain Manuel del'utilisateur.
I've been running Windows 8 RTM since mid August, this isn't a recent installation. Driver updates for other devices (including video drivers) have come through Windows Update - there were several just prior to retail availability of Windows 8; I was hoping HP would release Windows 8 specific drivers around the same time, but haven't seen anything on the HP website yet.
A problem that manifested itself during the pandemic is the Windows webcam not working for popular video-calling apps like Zoom, Skype, Hangouts, Messenger and so on. This could be due to some Zoom versions not playing nice with secondary or virtual cameras, and the solution could be to try an older version of the software.
Technically, you can replace it. However, it will void any warranty you may have on it. Plus, it involves opening up your system, and replacements may or may not fit well. You may also encounter driver and compatibility issues.
Change User Interface under Scanner Options from Hide Scanner's Native Interface to Show Scanner's Native Interface. Show Scanner's Native Interface uses the same scanning method previous versions of Acrobat. It lets the scanner's driver operate the scanner. Hide Scanner's Native Interface attempts to use the twain driver directly. It can eliminate error messages, especially when you are scanning multiple pieces of paper. If none of these solutions work, then it's sometimes necessary to use a workaround. See solution 8 under General troubleshooting tasks, or contact your scanner manufacturer for an updated driver.
Acrobat supports Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) drivers. If your scanner supports both drivers, then select the WIA driver from the Device menu in the Create PDF From Scanner dialog box. Scan the document.
Contact the scanner manufacturer to obtain the latest driver. To reinstall the driver, delete all files and folders that begin with Twain (for example, "Twain_32.dll") in the Windows or Winnt folder. Then, restart Windows, and then install the latest scanner driver according to the manufacturer's instructions. 2b1af7f3a8