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Okay, try getting the driver file for windows 7 that worked and use winrar to extract the files within the .exe file to a specific location. Inside should be files used in the install, find the 'setup' and use that to install the driver through those means. It should be compatible.
If it is a USB webcam, you need to find the drivers. If the webcam is made by HP, you should be able to find the necessary drivers on their site. If not contact the manufacturer of the cam; they can tell you what to do.
Hi hamid2fresh, This is the radio shack web address for drivers. I think your driver is near the bottom of this list:- Gigaware Vga Pc Camera, but please check the list. The first of those is Win Xp, the one below is Vista. You should create a restore point before installing the driver, then if it is not correct you can try one of the other drivers. Hope this helps. Mark.
They have changed to newer cameras for VISTA. Sorry about that but it looks like you will have to buy a new camera. Microsoft or Logitech are a better choice of web cameras and give better and longer support. Hope this is of some help. Bud