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I tried Logitech's driver for a QuickCam Express. The driver worked, but Logitech's software could not find the camera feed. I uninstalled the Logitech software and used Labtec's last iteration of their software. This worked for mine.
The driver listed on the Logitech Website for the Webcam Notebook Pro does not work for the webcams with that particular PN (861209-0000). Why? Who know? Only the original driver (http://www.logitech.com/pub/techsupport/quickcam/qc902enu.exe) is working, but looks like Logitech removed it from the server. With other words, dump your 50usd webcam into the trash and buy a new one to keep the economics of Logitech running.
Ok, I found the procedure to install the webcam correctly under Windows Vista.
1- Download the XP driver from the Creative website
2- With WinRar extract the files to a folder on the desktop (don't warry if the downloaded driver file is .exe)
3- Once extracted the files to the folder, open it and again
extract the files from the folder called "Win2KXP.cab" into a new
4- Open the extracted folder, and you will find a "Driver" folder.
5- Go back to the main driver folder and extract "Eng.cab" files and place them on the "Driver" folder
5- Open the "Driver" folder and double-clik on the file called "VfwUpd.exe"
6- Now go the Device Manager on the Control Panel
7- Plug your webcam and choose manually where to find drivers.
8- select the "Driver" folder or the main driver folder and your webcam is finally working