Creative Labs Video Blaster IE500 Drivers Download

Download the latest version of Creative Labs Video Blaster IE500 drivers according to your computer's operating system. All downloads available on this website have been scanned by the latest anti-virus software and are guaranteed to be virus and malware-free.

Browse the list of top matching drivers below to find the driver that meets your needs. To see more matches from our driver database, use our to customized driver search engine.

To download, select the best match for your device and then click the Download button. Need help? You can get help and discuss drivers on our free driver forum. If all else fails, you can request the driver and we will find it for you.

Search All Creative Labs Video Blaster IE500 Devices

Top Creative Labs Video Blaster IE500 Downloads

Creative Labs Video Blaster IE500 Driver Update Utility

Supported OS: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
File Version: Version 3.5.3
File Size: 1.4 MB
File Name:

Overall Rating:
Download >>

IE500_W95.EXE Driver

Creative Labs

Supported OS: Win 98, Win 95
File Size: 1.7 MB
File Name:

Overall Rating: (2 ratings, 12 reviews)
Download >>


Submitted May 10, 2001 by Paolo (DG Member):
"These set of drivers will allow the Video Blaster PCI to work under windows 98, too.The Diagnostic program will not work, but all the other Application will recognise the Video Capture card and work well. I tried it with Netmeeting and Adobe Premiere.Regards,Paolo"

ct6430 Driver

Creative Labs

Supported OS: Win 98, Win 95
File Size: 2.3 MB
File Name:

Download >>


Submitted Dec 4, 2003 by Sadept (DG Member):
"Runs with 98 install as per add new hardware. Read the read me files. The 2 disk files are for win 3.1x installation. Uncompress these into two folders Disk1 and Disk2 put both these folders into a folder vbie500"

IE500 Driver


Supported OS: Win 98, Win 95
File Size: 550.7 KB
File Name:

Overall Rating: (3 ratings, 18 reviews)
Download >>


Submitted Sep 5, 1999 by Hani Raza (DG Member):
"Original driver. Copy all files on a floppy. When Win detects a new device, point to the floppy and Windows will do the rest. I encountered no trouble at all. Best of luck."
server: web3, load: 2.62