I got this webcam when I bought a second hand laptop that I reformatted before backing up the drivers. Needless to say, when I plugged in the webcam back to the new Windows XP Pro install, it couldn't find drivers. So I did what all googlers do best, and that is yahoo it... not!
Anyway, so first I tried to find out what kind of webcam I had. The only thing showing in it is the name of the webcam and the serial number, like what I said above, I just got it when I bought the laptop, no box no manual, no thing. It is a Veo webcam with a serial number of 303VS24X.
When I googled the drivers for it, google shoot me up to obvious drivers website that asks for payments to download the driver and also to a dead Veo website, which so lame coz this company could have at least leave their products software, driver and even manuals out there and not just *poof*. But then I also searched for images about veo and it points me to some amazon and pc websites that describes the webcam I had and the picture.
It is a Veo Connect webcam, which was really helpful since I've been downloading different kinds of drivers ranging from Veo Advance Connect to Veo Stingray. Which obviously didn't work since the host download doesn't indicate the serial number for the specified Veo webcam driver. But nevertheless, I got lucky on getting the right driver for the Veo Connect with the serial number 303VS24X.
You can just click here to download the driver and it is a compressed executable file that will install the driver to your computer and the next time you connect the webcam it will find the driver and install it. Hopefully this helps the geeks out there who's having a hard time looking for this driver. So there it goes, knock yourself out.