Thanks for the information. I tried plugin it on a different USB port and that did the trick, I don't understand why it read it since is the same thing, but thanks anyways I appreciate it.Yeah, if you plug it in, it should find it immediately. There are only 2 things I can think of.
1) Make sure you have at least one picture in your camera roll. My computer didn't try to discover the iPhone as a camera until I had taken at least one picture.
2) For some us, our Logitech cameras were causing full-on crashes of our computers when we connected our iPhone. An uninstall or update of the Logitech camera drivers fixed many of us. Perhaps there's a conflict with your Creative camera. You might check the Creative website and update your Creative camera's drivers, or uninstall the Creative camera altogether. Then re-try connecting your iPhone.
I'm not an Apple tech, I just know a few things, so you might call Apple if your camera continues to not show up. Good luck.
It's possible there was a problem with the original "discovery" of the iPhone as a camera. If so, you can uninstall the existing camera and reconnect the iPhone and see if it rediscovers it properly. Here're the details I posted in another thread...
"To fix this, I went to the Control Panel, under System on the Hardware tab, there's a Device Manager button. Click it. Once it brought up the Device Manager, while my iPhone was connected I saw under Imaging Devices the name "Digital Still Camera". This is the connected iPhone with pictures on it. Right-click on the Camera and choose Uninstall. It should then remove it from the Device Manager. Disconnect the iPhone and re-connect it again, and it should re-discover it as an iPhone "Digital Still Camera" and give you a "Digital Still Camera" in My Computer where you can access your camera pics. Hope this helps!"