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I have Vista and the installation disk for my sons Crayola digital camera came with a xp installation disk. How do I get the get it to work? Are there drivers installations for vista, do I have to request a Vista copy?

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  • applenext4me Jul 11, 2008

    My son received the same Crayola camera as a gift about a year ago. I have never been able to get the software to work on my Windows Vista computer, despite many attempts and emails with technical support. Some of the technical support people have told me that it not supported on Vista, while others have attempted to direct me to drivers that they said would work, but didn't. It sits gathering dust...

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I did some more searching, and discovered that apparently Sakar produced a Vista driver for this camera shortly after I gave up on it last year. (Their support staff said they would notify me if a Vista driver became available, but oh well.)

In any case, there is now a Vista driver for the Crayola camera available on the Sakar website:
http://www.sakar.com/p-203.aspx

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