Jim Morrison wrote:
> I am having problems installing my USB2.0 PC Camera on my Vista x64
> Ultimate. Apparently there are no 64-bit Vista drivers available, only
> Vista 32, so my question is if it is by any means possible to install the
> 32-bit driver as my understanding is that Vista x64 should still be able
> to run 32-bit software? The Vista 32-bit driver installs fully when I run
> it, with a note that the driver cannot be verified, but when I plug the
> cam in the system cannot recognise cam.
> Another option would be to try and run the XP driver in XP compatibility
> mode, would that be possible? And finally, is there a generic webcam
> 64-bit driver I could try installing?
Since you have already tried the 32-bit drivers and they don't work, you
have your answer. The webcam will not work with Vista 64-bit. You need
drivers for your specific model webcam and they apparently don't exist.
Drivers are different from programs that can run in compatibility mode; I
won't say that *no* drivers will work in compatibility mode but I haven't
ever seen that succeed. Someone else may have a different experience.
Since webcams aren't particularly expensive, look for a new one that
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