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Please check the updates section also.
Regarding the PCI device, please try the Wireless driver first. If you install the drivers available one by one it wouldnt do any harm and I am sure it will solve the problem.
The issue is that XP installs generic USB webcam driver after downgrade. To solve this issue download Camera driver from VAIO support website esupport.sony.com and unzip that.
When this is done check device menaged and you will find composite device under Universal serial bus controllers.Right click on composite device and select "update driver" then select "I will select driver to install myself" and then browse to the folder with camera driver. Camera driver will be installed and issue sorted!
If you are using VGNFE880E/H, the computer can only run in Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium
a and there is no compatible drivers for xp for this computer. That is the reason why the camera is not working. The link below shows the available drivers for you computer
Windows Vista is not the greatest at working on proprietary machines with drivers intended for XP. Can you get a driver from SONY for the motion eye that supports VISTA? I had Vista on my new machine (Dell) for all of 3 minutes before I uninstalled it and put a brand new copy of XP on. It's stable -- and works. Vista is squirrelly.