To be really sure that your device is indeed a sunplus spmp305x you might want to look up its USB ids. I dont know how exactly this works on windows, on linux "lsusb" would give you
Bus 001 Device 069: ID 04fc:5560 Sunplus Technology Co., Ltd
. So the vendor id is 0x4fc and the product id is 0x5560. Probably looking up the device properties in the device manager gives hints. I know that libusb (win32 version) comes with a tool that lists all devices currently connected to the computer. Anyway, good luck and I hope you can convince frmpro to detect your device.
My vendor ID for the device is: 04FC
And my product ID for the device is: 3058
Does this mean my chip is a 3058?
At any rate, I also hope I can get frmpro to play nice. I think my problem now is that I cannot get the device plugged in as something other then a USB mass storage device. Many people seem to have had success installing their device as a webcam, but I can get Windows to recognize the bloody drivers. Its rather off-putting to be honest.
EDIT: When I try to manually select the ca536.inf driver that came on the CD, Windows always says; "The following location does not contain information about your hardware." Does this mean I am using the wrong drivers? (Which would be actually amusing considering they are the drivers I got with the device.)