|12 Nov 2009||#3|
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Here is the only fix I found after hours of reading and trial and error:
Go to logitech driver downloads, for me it was vista 64 bit (since there are none for my new win 7 64bit OS).
Follow these instructions:
Install the latest Logitech software for the camera as recommended on the site. ***This fails to find the camera, an error msg comes up saying "not compatible", but fear not!***
Unplug the cam and plug it into a different usb port (so Windows picks up the device, bringing up a new search for driver box).
Allow windows to search the web or "Windows update to Search for a Driver"
After windows updates the driver from this screen the cam works fine.
Ha ha, Welcome to Vista 7!!
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