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Vivitar (Vivicam) was actually bought by a company name SAKAR, and sakar has the database on drivers for Vivitar's products, you can actually contact Sakar and as for the drivers for your camera. they may either mail you a CD or get you a link where to get the drivers since vivitar's website can no longer be accessed as vivitar.
Why not? Nothing in the Box? Where did you get it from?
Actually you need neither. You certainly do not need the disk- a Windows PC will find the camera and load images without any extra software. A Google search for your particular brand will reveal a down loadable user guide.