How to Install EasyCap USB TV 007(usbtv007) Driver on Windows 10
If you have an EasyCap USB TV 007(usbtv007) device and want to use it on your Windows 10 machine, you may encounter some difficulties finding and installing the correct driver. This article will guide you through the steps to install the driver and make your device work properly.
EasyCap USB TV 007(usbtv007) is an external analog video capture card that allows you to connect various video sources, such as VCRs, camcorders, DVD players, etc., to your computer via USB. You can then record or stream the video using software like VirtualDub or OBS Studio.
However, not all EasyCap devices are the same. There are many different models and versions of EasyCap devices, and some of them use different chipsets and drivers. Therefore, before you install any driver, you need to make sure that you have the correct device that matches the driver.
Step 1: Identify your EasyCap device
The first step is to identify your EasyCap device and check its hardware ID. To do this, follow these steps:
Plug your EasyCap device into a USB port on your computer.
Open Windows Device Manager and look for an unknown device (something like: SM-USB 007) under Other devices or Sound, video and game controllers.
Right-click on the device and select Properties.
On the Details tab, select Hardware Ids from the Property drop-down menu.
Check if your hardware ID is: USB\\VID_1C88&PID_003C&REV_0100 or USB\\VID_1C88&PID_003C. If it is, then you have the correct device for this driver. If not, then you have a different model of EasyCap device and you need to find another driver.
You can also compare your device with the photos below to see if it looks similar:
Step 2: Download and install the driver
The next step is to download and install the driver for your EasyCap device. To do this, follow these steps:
Download the driver file from this link: EasyCap-SM-USB-007-Windows-10-x64-drivers.zip. This file contains the driver version 126.96.36.199 signed by Somagic (Hangzhou Technology Co. Ltd) and dated 26/01/2018[^2^]. You can also scan this file with VirusTotal to check for any malware: VirusTotal scan result.
Unzip the file and locate the SmiUsbGrabber3C.inf file inside the folder.
Right-click on the SmiUsbGrabber3C.inf file and choose Install. This will install the driver for your device.
Go back to Windows Device Manager and check if your device is now recognized as SMI Grabber Device under Sound, video and game controllers.
Step 3: Test your device
The final step is to test your device and see if it works properly. To do this, follow these steps:
Connect your video source (such as a VCR or a camcorder) to your EasyCap device c481cea774