It seemed simple enough. Typically, any USB-tailed device plugs straight into my computer, finds its driver, and does its job. Alas, this was not the case today.
While it is interesting that Intel has developed a 3D camera, none of the links were relevant to what I thought would be a simple search for a camera driver. It looked like I was going to need to dig deeper
The first search result took me to C|NET downloads, which I tend to trust. Yippee! Better yet, the site described the download as "supports the following driver models: Intel(r) PC Camera CS110." Double yippee!
"...Operating Systems: Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/2003." Boo. (I have Windows 7.)
Nevertheless, I downloaded the driver from the timewarped year of 2000, assured it I would read the README file, and unzipped the contents.
Why can't I get Help from this program?
The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows. However, you can download a program that will allow you to view Help created in the Windows Help format.
For more information, go to the Microsoft Help and Support website.
So I obediently downloaded WinHlp32.exe, as was indicated for Windows 7. (Which were actually two files, of which I probably only needed one, but I lacked advice on the download screen.)