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OS information is always helpful, in windows you should be able to run the executable for VLC player and click on file, then open, then device and see if your camera is listed, this will let you capture images, after that simply a matter of downloading the correct driver for you camera's manufacture and installing it. Linux on the other hand has a base level of hardware that works with imaging, and not much else will, the xsane image app will tell you very quickly if your camera is compatible.
Dear ambercrane37, Try to run the CD driver for your advent roma and then click INSTALL when the CD start, then The windows should installed the web cam for you automatically. If you don't have the CD driver for your advent roma, try to obtain from where you purchase. Or visit the respective web address on the box of the product and choose the DOWNLOAD or SUPPORT tabs on their web pages.
As long as you know the company of the web cam - which may be written on the camera or the power adapter - you should be able to go to the company's web site. From there, you can usually identify your camera from a picture on the site.