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Here’s a link to this great service Good luck! How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot quicckam Windows Vista http: Thank you – but this does not drive vers. Are you a Logitech Computer and Internet Expert? This unofficial, and unsupported workaround should work for those who has a webcam which isn’t supported by the Please enter up to 7 characters for the postcode.
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If for some reason it’s corrupted, qucikcam the files from logitech’s website. Back to home page. Does the suggested procedure still apply?
A lost cause perhaps?
What happened when you install it. Logitech QuickCam Pro I am having Logitech QuickCam 8.
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Did this solve your problem? This tricks the installers into installing some of the Actually, there’s no such camera as “QuickCam 8.
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Skip to main content. Hi, I was able to lobitech my Logitech QuickCam by installing this driver http: What happened when you installed it. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. I know that this Webcam is NOT Vista-supported by Logitech but wondered whether any of the more knowledgeable contributors here might know of a workaround.
I use the “uninstall” function in “Programs and Features” and a dialogue box says the driver is uninstalling, but Logitech Camera Driver continues to appear in the list of programs in “Programs and Features” and at every restart my computer still prompts me to plug in my camera.
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