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Webcam model 98067 does not work with Vista

I cannot install my webcam. The microphone inside works for some reason but not the webcam. It sais there is not enough space.

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  • ligia_qt Oct 01, 2008

    Thank you, but if space was the actual problem I would have not inqired here. My computer is new, I have 90% of space remaining, only 10% taken. I do not believe installing the webcam would take 90% of a big memory hard drive. There something else that is wrong, something with the webcam having an uncompatible driver with vista. I would appreciate some advice about this. Thanks!

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If the problem is with space, please delete data that you no longer need. You can empty the recycle bin, uninstall programs, or remove unwanted or unneeded documents. You can also do the defrag to free some space but you will need to close all other running programs. You can run it by going to Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and finally clicking on the Disk Defragmenter utility. Hope this helps. Thank you.

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  • Benito Jr. Marbella Oct 01, 2008

    If you are trying to install another one with the program for the original webcam still in your system, it is can be solved by uninstalling that software first by going to Control Panel - Programs - Programs and Features - then please right click on the program or if there are a number of files for the same program, please press and hold the Ctrl key while clicking on all those programs then right click on the highlighted text then select uninstall or you can just click on the "uninstall" beside "view" without right clicking. Then from the options please select delete value from registry or delete key from registry. After uninstalling all programs for the other webcams, please try to install now the software for your new webcam. After installation, please restart your laptop. Please let me know if it works. Thank you.

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