Well, no one can point to a possible driver for "an older Logitech quickcam". A model number would be the least information needed. An older piece of hardware such as a logitech quickcam may not have a Vista driver available. The purchase of new hardware with Vista support would be necessary if this is the case.
Yes - I did that last night but they only support products 3 yrs old and newer . . .
I have several Logitech mice that are older than three years. The drivers are available at the logitech support site. Logitech would not necesarily provide Vista drivers for a piece of hardware that was built before Vista was released.
Sure, maybe the camera can be replaced with a much better model which has Vista drivers. That's the way hardware releases work. Too bad there is no driver though. You could have stayed with the poor performance of outdated technology a while longer. 8)