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Follow this LINK, and download one of them. Scroll down the page and select the following options from the "Manual Selection" boxes, "English"; "Windows xp" ; and "Driver" respectively and then click "Submit". The result will be shown on the page immediately. The 1st one supports Windows XP service pack 3 (both 32 bit and 64 bit) and the 2nd one is compatible with Windows xp service pack 4 (both 32 and 64 bit).
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This will then take you to the next window where you need to select your
Operating System. Then you will get your download driver.
Hope this helps. Bud
I just checked the manufacturers documents for this web cam. It is only compatible with windows vista and xp, provided that the xp installation has at least service pack 2 installed( there is also a service pack 3 now). Are all of your windows updates up to date including at least service pack 2 ? If the windows updates are up to date I would try the installation once more with the CD that came with the web cam. If the same error message appeared, I would go to the manufacurers web site and download the drivers and attempt the installation that way.