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When you plug in the camera does vista show that new hardware is found and if any lights are on the device do they come on?. Can you see any image of a PC card on the status bar near the time , if you do then double click it and it will open the hardware wizard that is looking for the drivers and if you have internet connected to then it should find the drivers automatically. Were you using this cam with Vista before or Windows XP ? Try installing the driver that is on the CD that came with the camera or download from his location
Often the XP drivers are compatible with Vista, but you can always check if there is a Vista driver for the life cam. Check the Microsoft website, or use a driver finder program to locate the right driver.
Download the driver for Vista from Creative website.
Extract the files from within the exe file (winrar)
Should be 3 files.
One is Setup.exe
Download Universal Extractor (search google)
Use Universal Extractor to extract the files from within Setup.exe.
Manually update the device driver, point to the folder with the extracted files from Setup.exe.
It worked for me, my creative live cam vista im vf0260 now works on windows 7 64bit.
You need to go to the manufactures site and download the VISTA
driver for the camera. Then follow the info below to install
Try disconnecting the Camera from the USB port and reinstall
the CD or Downloaded software program. When the program asks you
to connect the camera to the USB port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud