I have a Logitech webcam that I would like to install on my computer, but I do not want the the software that goes along with it (they do not provide an option to install the drivers only). So for now, I just plug in the camera and then select the drivers to use after Windows states it could not find the drivers. (Or use the Device Manager to update the drivers.)
To make this a little easier, is there any special folder I can dump the .inf, and related files into, so that when I plug in the webcam for the first time, Windows will be able to find them instead of asking me?
Thanks for the reply, I did try putting the drivers in the INF folder and it kinda worked. The camera has three drivers..one for the camera, microphone, and USB composite device. Without doing this, it would ask for a driver for the camera (the USB and composite device used generic drivers provided by Windows). When I put all three drivers in the INF folder, it did not ask me for the driver for the camera, however it still used the generic drivers from Windows for the mic and composite device.
I guess updating the drivers through the Device Manager isn't so bad, I was thinking there was at least 4 or 5 things I needed to update, and it was easier than I remembered. Also, this is only a one time thing, although I do like to reinstall XP a few times a year.