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I contacted the AGFA corporation and was informed that from windows XP and above the AGFA ePhoto 780 digital camera and software is not compatible. So my answer is NO, it will not work with windows vista. :(
I also have a ViviCam 8400 and am running Windows Vista on my laptop. Windows Vista is more robust than previous versions of Windows. We can certainly tell from the colorful, detailed graphics and it's startup speed. So the key to using this camera on Vista is -- and I learned this through experience :) -- patience. If you have the USB cable that came with the camera, just plug it in and wait, seriously, for about 3 to 5 minutes for the computer to recognize the media and load the photos. Alternatively, and much easier, is to use an SD card while you're taking pictures. The SD card slides into the slot behind the batteries. Take your pictures on the camera, then pop out the card when you're done, then insert the card into the front of your laptop, to the right of the volume slider. If you need help from here, let me know...
ive been talking about vista for a while
vista is in its infancy stages right now some hardware and software does not work with vista makin it imposible to work with
this is something windows is working on
i dont know how long it will take but theres alot of non compliant vista software and hardware there working on right now to be compliant with there Os system this is a patience process
what i tell people is that if windows update hasnt made an update for it they will its just matter of time before they get to all products
i hope this helped some im waiting a year for my vista to come out that way i know most of bugs are worked out
You may have to format the cameras disk to work with windows vista. Try that by pluging in the camera and open my computer up look for the camera should be there in the window try to open the camera from that location first, If it opens up date drivers if not let me know whats happens when you plug it into your computer. Happy Holidays