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Windows 7: Web Cam

06 Feb 2011   #1

Windows 7 x64 RC1, Vista Ultimate, XP Pro
Web Cam

I had a Logitech web cam pro 9000 which serve me well and then I updated the drivers and don't remember why then build a nice computer and hook up my web cam which was the last thing I needed and it blew out my BIOS and I thought it was something else. A few months later I get the blue screen of death from the web cam and so I thought I will take it off my HUB and put it in the computer's USB slot and again the blue screen of death and I threw it away so now I need another one. I like Logitech but I thank for mental ease I would like to go with something else. I did have it for several years so I'm happy with the service I got from it but nothing last forever. Up to a hundred bucks is fine. Any suggestions?

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06 Feb 2011   #2

Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit / XP Home sp3

Logitech is a great brand and as you can see they have a ton of different ones to choose from - Webcam, Web Cam, Logitech Quickcam, Best Webcam, Cheap Webcam, USB Webcam, Firewire Webcam I just wanted to post this right now but I will continue to look for the one I would get.

I don't know if you saw the last Die Hard movie but when they were in Warlocks Comand Center he had the one I'm looking for. It tilts and swivels. Very cool
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Here's a pretty cool one motion tracking a bit short on mega pixels

But one that is under $100 this one has 5 star rating 10 mega pixles, snapshots,Video effects

Or you can look throught all their others
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07 Feb 2011   #3

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Windows 7 64 Bit Home Premium SP1

I've got the Pro 9000 here also. It works well but I get the occasional blue screen too. I'm pretty sure it is the drivers - they won't play nice with this system.
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