My apologies, in the realm of camera drivers, I figured this problem might have a universal solve. I, unfortunately, have only the camera and the disk it came with.
The camera is an Oregon Scientific 6628, a mini cam about the size of a credit card. I'm using a Compaq Presario with Windows Vista.
The driver is found on this site as '1_multipart_XF8FF_2_6628_193_WIN_NR.exe'
The driver, when run off the desktop, acts like it came to me on the disc. It asks if I would like to change/repair the installed option or uninstall it completely. I choose 'Repair/Change', it opens a wizard, runs a script that looks like it's installing (and I can't see to where, inconveniently) and then finishes like a normal installation. I try to enable the camera through the device manager and it tells me I need to find the driver. I tell it where to look (in all the possible folders the driver made itself available to) and then it says it's unable to get the driver.
The camera is connected while all this is taking place and its display reads normally (battery charging, how many pictures are queued, etc.)
I plugged the camera in once the original installation (from disk) was finished only to find this problem. I left it plugged in while I attempted to utilize the driver found on this site.
Thanks for responding!