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Vista is famous for not supporting peoples devices that worked fine in XP.
It may be time to facing up to getting a Vista compatible camera.
1.3 megapixel cameras are very outdated now, you can get much better cameras for very little cash.
First install the application which you receive with the camera on your computer. Connect the camera with your computer by using the USB cable. Once you have connected the camera, you will be able to see an additional drive in "My Computer". Just copy the pictures from your computer and save them in that new folder.
In some software, which come with the digital camera will create a program by themselves after the installation. In these case, you need to open the program and then connect the camera to the computer. After connecting, you will see that the camera will synchronize with the computer and you will see that the program which you have already opened will show you the drive of the digital camera, where you can just transfer the pictures from your PC to the frame.