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I do not think the software and drivers called 'image studio 7.3' for Clicksmart 420 is available for Vista. To check this, use the first and second matrices or charts on this Logitec Support page: http://logitech-en-emea.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3428/section/troubleshoot/crid/480/lt_product_id/3400/tabs/1,3,2,5/cl/gb,en/kw/ . You could download the software there and try Vista's 'Program Compatibility Wizard' to see if you can adjust things on Vista for it.
the web cam should have a driver to allow it to communicate with the PC ....after the driver ( the CD from the seller ) was installed ..just plug the camera ...and let the PC find it ..and all after is proper installed and all the things are OK ...the main use for it is to make video audio calls in MSN messenger ...or Yahoo messenger Skype ...etc all you have to do is to click the camera button from the conversation window ...and the other person receives an info for your intention ...in that moment you already see yourself in a window second ...you can use it to make capture like a picture or a/v movies ...using the AM cap feature from the start menu ...( all programs)
I Have The Logitech ClickSmart 310 And Came Across The Same Problem.Here Is What I Did;
I Installed Drivers For Logitech Quick Cam v11.7 It Works Fine.No Audio Im Not Sure If This Will Work On The 420 But Is Worth A Shot Huh?