Starting off, the PlayStation Eye Cam Model: SLEH-00448 is a PlayStation 3 webcam that can be used with your PC or Laptop externally. As per the reports of Sony, the PlayStation Eye Cam Model: SLEH-00448 seems to be designed only for PlayStation 3 but users can easily connect and use it on their computers. Now, some of the PlayStation Eye Cam Model: SLEH-00448 webcam users are encountering driver issues while connecting and installing the camera on their PC or Laptop. So, basically, they can’t install the webcam driver on their computer for some unknown reason. Now, if you’re also one of the victims, let’s follow this troubleshooting guide to quickly fix this issue.
Meanwhile, some of the unlucky Windows users can’t use the web camera even after installing the drivers because it seems the drivers either not installed properly or there is some issue with the drivers whatsoever. But no need to worry about it as here we’ve shared a possible workaround that already worked for so many affected Windows users and it should work for you also.
Fix: PlayStation Eye Cam Model: SLEH-00448 Driver Issue
Talking about the PlayStation Eye Cam Model: SLEH-00448 webcam, it offers 5v power consumption, USB 2.0 connectivity, captures 640×480 pixels video resolution (max) at 60 FPS, 320×240 pixels resolution video at 120 FPS with a wide-angle lens, in-built microphones, etc. Now, coming to the solution, you have to install a third-party Eye Cam driver for your webcam to work properly on your computer. To do that:
- Download the CL-Eye Driver for your PC/Laptop from this link.
- Once downloaded, head over to the file and double-click on the executable (exe).
- The CL-Eye Driver Setup wizard will appear.
- Click on I Agree and follow the on-screen prompts to install the driver completely as usual.
- Once the driver has been installed on your Windows, you’ll find the CL-Eye Test application (desktop shortcut) on your desktop screen.
- Now, connect your PlayStation Eye Cam Model: SLEH-00448 webcam to the computer.
- Right-click on the CL-Eye Test shortcut and select Run as administrator.
- If prompted by UAC (User Account Control), click on Yes to allow.
- Once the CL-Eye Test application opened, your PlayStation Eye Cam should work properly.
That’s it, guys. We assume you’ve found this guide helpful. For further queries, you can comment below.