Yes, the trouble is the following:
FLI offers two versions of their camera drivers: a 32 bit version and a 64 bit version.
The 32 bit version cannot be installed on Windows 10 64 bit, unless I am missing some special step or method of getting around the restriction against the 32 bit driver installer.
The 64 bit version of the FLI driver installs correctly and recognizes the camera, as it shows up correctly labeled and error-free in the Devices panel of the system. However the 64 bit camera driver is not recognized by the 32 bit version of PRISM and the 64 bit version of PRISM has no acquisition functions.
To directly answer your question, none of the options for installing drivers work to get a camera option to show up in the hardware/camera panel of PRISM. After installing the 64 bit FLI driver (the only option that works), the FLI camera selection in PRISM remains empty and it does not recognize the camera that is attached.
So I believe I need either:
(1) a fully functional 64 bit PRISM with all hardware functions enabled, or
(2) a method of getting a 32 bit camera driver functioning under Windows 10 64 bit
Are there any users of Windows 10 (64 bit) that have a functioning image acquisition setup? Especially with FLI cameras.