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MaXimus666
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Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108

I know some of you may have had some issues with the latest drivers being too dark

 

Here are the latest updated drivers for the Lenovo Y570 which address those issues.

 

I got them through my Driver Updater application on my computer and have tested them. They work flawlessly!

 

Download: Camera Drivers v6.1.7600.108 (x64)

ASUS G750JX-CV050H | i7-4700HQ @ 2.40 GHz. | 32 GB DDR3 1600 MHz. Hynix RAM | 256 GB LiteOn LCM-256M3S SSD + 1 TB Seagate Momentus ST1000LM024 5400 RPM HDD | GeForce GTX 770M 3 GB GDDR5 RAM | 17.3" Full HD 3D Glossy Screen
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MaXimus666
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Re: Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108

bump to the top

ASUS G750JX-CV050H | i7-4700HQ @ 2.40 GHz. | 32 GB DDR3 1600 MHz. Hynix RAM | 256 GB LiteOn LCM-256M3S SSD + 1 TB Seagate Momentus ST1000LM024 5400 RPM HDD | GeForce GTX 770M 3 GB GDDR5 RAM | 17.3" Full HD 3D Glossy Screen
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ExJamJus
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Re: Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108

@BerryRacer,

Where did you get the file from? When checked on the Lenovo Support site ... the latest is 6.1.7600.98.

Where did you get the file from? Is it a 3rd party driver or official Lenovo?

Thanks

*Non Lenovo employee*

I have a Y2P (i5) ... Feel free to ping me if you want me to test some applications with your Y2P if you have the same model. I don't mind keep doing recovery on it if needed .... =)
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MaXimus666
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Re: Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108

I have a driver updater called My-Config: http://forums.pctweakers.net/showthread.php/49-My-Config-Free-Driver-Updater?goto=newpost

It is a trusted driver updater which I've used for many years and it always gets the drivers from Official sources, this particular driver was attained from Realtek, which initially surprised me, but when manually updated from the Device Manager and pointing to the 64bit folder in the files, it updates successfully, and the camera name remains as Lenovo Webcam.

The camera darkness issue is fixed with this update by the way
ASUS G750JX-CV050H | i7-4700HQ @ 2.40 GHz. | 32 GB DDR3 1600 MHz. Hynix RAM | 256 GB LiteOn LCM-256M3S SSD + 1 TB Seagate Momentus ST1000LM024 5400 RPM HDD | GeForce GTX 770M 3 GB GDDR5 RAM | 17.3" Full HD 3D Glossy Screen
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dragnoak
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Re: Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108

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Berryracer,

     I don't think you should mark your "Bump To The Top" as the final solution. Actually, in my Y470 I have the Lenovo EasyCamera,  Sunplus iT Co. driver version of 6.1.7601.17586, provided by Microsoft. I think that version is the "latest" But, that's not the "real" webcam driver. That's only the USB HUB driver for the camera, as my LTT log file, in the first picture shows. I obtained the USB HUB driver directly from a MicroSoft update. The real Bison EasyCam driver, provided by Sunplus iT in my second picture, is 1.10.1209.1. That driver is on the Lenovo site.

 

I don't think I will use your "My-Config-Free-Driver-Updater". I would caution anyone to only download drivers directly from Lenovo, MicroSoft, or the drivers manufacturer.

 

Edit: On further review, there is a 6.1.7600.108 update that gives you the Bison 1.11.927.11 driver. Levono has it scheduled for their Y480 release. Sorry.

 

Hub

 

Bison Easy Camera Driver

 

Bison

 

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velenoso666
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Re: Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108


dragnoak wrote:

I don't think I will use your "My-Config-Free-Driver-Updater". I would caution anyone to only download drivers directly from Lenovo, MicroSoft, or the drivers manufacturer.



With all due respect to you dragnoak, using drivers that work the best is IOM more important than using the official drivers. Quite a few laptops back I had a Webcam drivers problem with a HP and the only drivers that worked well were drivers that someone posted on another forum. As long a those wanting to try those drivers create a restore point before installing, what could go wrong that a restore couldn't fix?

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ExJamJus
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Re: Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108

@BerryRacer,

The tool looks interesting, scanning the whole laptop for latest drivers online.

I was wondering if you can assist us by providing 2 sample shots using your webcam. Use an app to take a picture with the drivers you got from "My-Config" then uninstall the driver then from there install the official ones from Lenovo website then take a picture using that driver. I would want to bring this up to engineering's attention to investigate on it.

It would be a great help if you can upload 2 high res pic that can show the difference in brightness when using the webcam.

Thanks heaps
*Non Lenovo employee*

I have a Y2P (i5) ... Feel free to ping me if you want me to test some applications with your Y2P if you have the same model. I don't mind keep doing recovery on it if needed .... =)
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MaXimus666
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Re: Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108


velenoso666 wrote:

dragnoak wrote:

I don't think I will use your "My-Config-Free-Driver-Updater". I would caution anyone to only download drivers directly from Lenovo, MicroSoft, or the drivers manufacturer.



With all due respect to you dragnoak, using drivers that work the best is IOM more important than using the official drivers. Quite a few laptops back I had a Webcam drivers problem with a HP and the only drivers that worked well were drivers that someone posted on another forum. As long a those wanting to try those drivers create a restore point before installing, what could go wrong that a restore couldn't fix?


Exactly my point.

 

When it comes to a webcam driver. whatever works is best IMO not neccessarily official fom Lenovo since they have universal chipset.

 

This driver is the Realtek Driver which is fully compatible

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MaXimus666
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Re: Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108


ExJamJus wrote:
@BerryRacer,

The tool looks interesting, scanning the whole laptop for latest drivers online.

I was wondering if you can assist us by providing 2 sample shots using your webcam. Use an app to take a picture with the drivers you got from "My-Config" then uninstall the driver then from there install the official ones from Lenovo website then take a picture using that driver. I would want to bring this up to engineering's attention to investigate on it.

It would be a great help if you can upload 2 high res pic that can show the difference in brightness when using the webcam.

Thanks heaps

Sure, ill do that on Thursday bro

ASUS G750JX-CV050H | i7-4700HQ @ 2.40 GHz. | 32 GB DDR3 1600 MHz. Hynix RAM | 256 GB LiteOn LCM-256M3S SSD + 1 TB Seagate Momentus ST1000LM024 5400 RPM HDD | GeForce GTX 770M 3 GB GDDR5 RAM | 17.3" Full HD 3D Glossy Screen
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ExJamJus
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Re: Lenovo Y570-Updated Webcam Drivers v6.1.7600.108

Thanks so much berryracer.

Also appreciate if you can drop me a PM once you have done so as I am worried that I might miss out the email notification from the forum.

Thanks heaps =)
*Non Lenovo employee*

I have a Y2P (i5) ... Feel free to ping me if you want me to test some applications with your Y2P if you have the same model. I don't mind keep doing recovery on it if needed .... =)