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Vista is advanced enough to recognize the camera as an additional drive. When you plug it is via the USB, treat is as a flash drive. Your camera already formats the video in MPEG4, which Vista can read. Plug it in to your USB, then cancel the found new hardware wizard. When the pop-up window asks how you want to deal with the new equipment, select open the folder. Then view your movies and pictures.
You do not need 'Drivers' for a camera to be read in a Windows computer With the Camera plugged in to the computer you shouild see the Camera/Scanner Wizard asking what to do work from there. If you are still in difficult invest in a USB Card reader.
vista has this problem , see below webite Error message when you try to install a new hardware device on a Windows Vista-based computer: "Windows encountered a problem installing the driver software for your device GET basis information http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940199/en-us
before running the PS Wizard in Vista, right-click on the icon for PS Wizard and select "run as administrator". This will clear the bind errors and wrong segment errors many times - this only applies to vista.
Remove previous all installation/ file if any.Insert the Driver CD in the CD ROM again a wizard interface would be active, from that wizard complete the installation by clicking Next - Next. Do not plug the camera before fresh installation complete. If wizard ask to plug your camera, then plug it.
Run the setup program. Cancel the automatic install.. It extracted the setup files to c:\setup
Browse to that directory, right click on setup, properties, compatibility, set it to xp sp2 compat. close the properties. Install. Unplug usb, replug. Vista WILL find and install drivers and they DO work. They work with Yawcam, MSN Messenger at least. I haven't tested with any other software. This is on the Vista Ultimate Edition at least..