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Mikomi AP-7120 Webcam Driver

New webcam but I can not run the setup disc as I have a problem with CD drive, I have no drivers installed on my laptop for this device, I have tried to download it but I cannot find the correct driver anywhere, any ideas??? Its sending me do-lally. I bought it from Argos yesterday, at this rate its going back there for a refund. my name is colette "colette123@hotmail.co.uk"

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    I HAVE THE VERY SAME PROBLEM AS COLLETE. BOUGHT IT IN ARGOS ALSO. IS THAT TELLING US SOMETHING ???


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