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aiptek web site has a driver solution for vista users I had same problem but with Win XP it keep seeing it as a flash drive .... I uninstalled drivers and re-installed them,- same error, then uninstalled again and removed the USB from device manager uninstalled direct X cause it was the newest version, then install everything from scratch without turning the camera on then try again and nothing, finally I turn to the manual and somewhere says "if you need to use it as web cam then press the menu button on the camera and select camara!!! as soon as I did that and additional port found in windows was detected and installed automatically then I got my video and microfono up and running. So easy right, but like always the software CD is missing the manuals too and people do not read. LOL .....
The EZonic Web Camera people should not be manufacturing or selling their Web Camera's if they won't provide the Web Camera drivers free. Instead people who have purchased the EZonic Web Camera's have to pay for them. My suggestion to those who have purchased an Ezonic Web Camera is to pitch it and get it from Microsoft and/or Logitech who provide support and driver availablity. That goes for Sony and a nmber of other manufactures.
Copy one of the sites below and paste it into your ADDRESS BAR and hit ENTER to check out how easy it is to get the drivers you need to support the Windows operating system (ie. XP, Vista, & Windows 7).
1. You did not mention which camera.
2. You do not need any software to make the camera work.
3. You do not need any software to upload images in a ME/2000/XP/Vista computer
Windows can do all that by its self.
What is your problem exactly?
There's no solution, I'm afraid. I've talked to the manufacturer as I have exactly the same problem. They have not created a Vista driver for this camera, and have stated categorically that they will not be doing so in the future.
Hi, you have unfortunatly met the same fate as a lot of unsuspecting people. VISTA does not support most older plugin devices or earlier version soft ware. It is possible to run an old old program designed for WIN 3.1 but none of the later top line products. It is the same for Hardware. My advice is to locate a set of drivers for your new computer system that work with XP and delete VISTA then install XP.
We confirmed the following software and drivers compatibility with Windows 95, 98, and ME.
JLIP Video Capture
JLIP Video Producer
JLIP Video Player
GV-PT2 Printer driver & Capture
GV-DT1 Printer driver & Capture
None of the above software will be compatible with Windows NT. At this time there are no drivers available to make these software programs compatible with Windows NT. There is an update available for the Picture Navigator software to work with Windows 2000 and XP in the Customer Support area of this site. (When executing the update be sure to have Picture Navigator closed).
The following versions of software and drivers will work with Windows XP.
Picture Navigator 184.108.40.206
JLIP Video Capture 3.1
JLIP Video Producer 2.0
JLIP Video Player 1.0
Card Navigator 1.0