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Ok, I found the procedure to install the webcam correctly under Windows Vista.
1- Download the XP driver from the Creative website
2- With WinRar extract the files to a folder on the desktop (don't warry if the downloaded driver file is .exe)
3- Once extracted the files to the folder, open it and again
extract the files from the folder called "Win2KXP.cab" into a new
4- Open the extracted folder, and you will find a "Driver" folder.
5- Go back to the main driver folder and extract "Eng.cab" files and place them on the "Driver" folder
5- Open the "Driver" folder and double-clik on the file called "VfwUpd.exe"
6- Now go the Device Manager on the Control Panel
7- Plug your webcam and choose manually where to find drivers.
8- select the "Driver" folder or the main driver folder and your webcam is finally working
When you don't have the drivers-cd: - Download the XP-drivers of your webcam (and unpack them if they are zipped).
Else start with these steps
1. Uninstall whatever webcam driver you have previously attempted to install. 2. From the device manager, scan for new hardware, and your webcam will be recognized and will continue to search for a driver. 3. If asked for for further search.. choose the place where it must search (cd or your downloaded driver-map) 4. Just allow the prompts to continue with the installation. 5. When the driver is successfully installed, you can test it right away.